Jason joined Channel 9 Eyewitness News in 2006. For seven years, Jason's reported on Charlotte-Mecklenburg government issues before being promoted to the Action 9 consumer investigator role in 2013. Jason is only the third Action 9 investigator since the team started in 1970.
He's won multiple regional awards for his investigative reporting, and helped consumers recover $100,000s, avoid scams, and protect their families and their wallets.
Jason has a law degree from the University of Maryland and even drew his own courtroom sketches when cameras weren’t allowed. He started as a Sports Anchor in Dalton (GA) before switching over to news in Chattanooga (TN) and Raleigh/Fayetteville.
He currently lives in Matthews with his wife, daughter and son, the only people who laugh at his jokes. He’s a huge Charlotte FC and Carolina Panthers fan. He enjoys playing soccer, art, and reading. Follow Jason on Twitter @Action9, Facebook @Jason Stoogenke WSOC TV Reporter, and Instagram @action9jasonstoogenke.
Some crash victims are frustrated after waiting for repairs from body shops that are running behind schedule because of parts shortages. In some cases, insurance won’t pay or keep paying for their rental car.
A south Charlotte woman booked a trip earlier this year on Priceline, but she said she ended up paying double after a glitch happened. She reached out to Action 9′s Jason Stoogenke, who helped get her money back.