Steve Ohnesorge

Steve Ohnesorge

Bureau Reporter

Charlotte, NC

Steve started as a photographer at WBTV in 1975, leaving for CBS (New York) in 1980. He returned from New York a year later and in 1981, started the Morganton-based newsroom.


Recent Articles by Steve

  Vaccination target moves to high schoolers in Watauga County

  Veterans Stand Down event returns after year long COVID break, with vaccine available

  Cicada season coming over next few weeks

  Pause in Johnson & Johnson use means big changes for clinics at App State and Lees McRae

  Peaches took a hit, other crops fared better during Easter weekend freeze in Lincoln Co.

  COVID-19 vaccine clinic in the spotlight, literally, in Ashe County

  Lincoln Co. fruit growers say crops survived round 1 of freezing temps. Round 2 tonight

Freeze potential has N.C. fruit growers concerned

  N.C. gun enthusiasts say banning certain rifles won’t stop mass shootings

  Milestone reached as massive archway raised on Hickory’s City Walk project

  Farmworkers in Avery County get a mobile clinic visit for vaccinations

  Catawba Science Center T-Rex takes a journey for repairs

  ACC Men’s Basketball Tournament is a go with fans year after start of pandemic

  Morganton plant making vital supplies for COVID-19 vaccine

ACC tournaments begin in Greensboro with (limited) fans

  3 vaccine clinics held in Alexander, including one at family run drug store

  Family-owned drug store to start vaccinations in Taylorsville

  Avery Co. mobile health Clinics take vaccines to the teachers

  Burke County teachers and staff start receiving COVID-19 vaccine

  Avery County second dose catchup clinic held, plans for teachers announced

Ice totals lower than expected, no major issues in Avery County

  N.C. mountains prep for ice, hope for snow

  Burke Co preps for elementary students in class four days a week

  Freezing rain kicks off Presidents’ Day weekend in N.C. mountains, more to come

  Reporter’s Notebook: Steve Ohnesorge shares experience receiving COVID-19 vaccine

  Injured bear spotted at a dumpster near Boone

  N.C. foothills prepare for possible snow

Burke County Board of education votes to send students back to the classroom

  Avery County buys customized trailers to begin mobile COVID-19 vaccination clinics

  Vaccine clinics continue with hopes of more doses arriving soon