Bria Bell

Bria Bell

News Reporter

Charlotte, NC

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


Recent Articles by Bria

  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

  Why are collard greens and black-eyed peas considered ‘good luck’ meals for the New Year?

  Mount Holly woman finds nearly a dozen of used syringes in her front yard

  The push to be more inclusive this holiday season in Charlotte

  DaBaby gives gifts to 200 kids in Charlotte before Christmas

  Changing the legal smoking age will put a dent in business for some Charlotte tobacco shops

  CATS passengers complain about lack of light at bus stop in West Charlotte

  Some fans believe Charlotte’s MLS team could bring home championship within first year

  84-year-old woman killed after train crashes into vehicle in Rowan County, N.C.

  Historians trying to save one of Charlotte’s oldest African-American schools

  Mecklenburg County election officials working on ‘plan B’ amid voting concerns

  Man dressed as Santa gets kicked out of Rock Hill Galleria

  Charlotte soccer clubs looking forward to new MLS team

  Barbers give local elementary students free haircuts to boost confidence

  Charlotte group pushes for peace as this year’s homicides reach 102

  Online Thanksgiving grocery shopping is a growing trend

  United by one heart: Family of organ donor meets heart recipient

  Cornelius police send scam warning for domestic violence charity group

  An animal-free circus may become the new norm for Charlotte