Bria Bell

Bria Bell

News Reporter

Charlotte, NC

Bria Bell is a news reporter in the Gaston County bureau.


Recent Articles by Bria

  More masks, protective gear on the way for Atrium Health Hospital staff

  Families are inadvertently clogging toilets because of the coronavirus

  Home improvement projects becoming popular during social distancing

  Concord Mills, SouthPark Mall, Charlotte Premium Outlets temporarily closing due to COVID-19 outbreak

  As the coronavirus spreads and layoffs continue, there are still some companies that are hiring

  Neighbors are finding ways to help each other during Coronavirus concerns

  Some CMS parents want district officials to move Spring Break back after Gov. Cooper’s announcement

  Barbers say they can’t afford to practice ‘social distance’ during coronavirus outbreak

  Food banks preparing to help families as coronavirus continues to spread

  President Trump holds ’Keep America Great’ rally in Charlotte, N.C.

  Charlotte city council members discuss violent crime, some community activists leave disappointed

  NASA and other companies are proving the CIAA tournament is more than just basketball

  Not everyone is excited about Rock Hill’s $294 million school bond referendum proposal

Tuesday will mark Charlotte’s last CIAA tournament before moving to Baltimore

  Schools in Kannapolis try fighting the flu with smart thermometer

  CMPD Chief Kerr Putney gives City Council members update on RNC security plans

  Sinkhole causing problems for families in Lincoln County

  Some families still without power in Matthews after Thursday’s storm

  Kobe Bryant fan gets tattoo to honor the legendary Laker

  Six people shot at Thelma’s Down Home Cooking in Salisbury

  Woman files lawsuit against faith-based organization, claims company is not following the law

  Charlotte city council member is pushing for a fare-less public transportation system

  Sign spinning isn’t just about advertising, it’s a sport too

  CMS district officials vote to update sex education policies

  Saturday’s storm leaves Rowan County family without a home

  Problem haunting Charlotte’s past is continuing to show up in 2020

  Uber adds pin code safety feature to verify drivers, passengers

  New tobacco buying law sparks confusion

  Concord residents forced to put up with foul smells after garbage man stops coming

  CMPD officers, employees share their New Year’s resolutions