Bria Bell

Bria Bell

News Reporter

Charlotte, NC

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

Recent Articles by Bria

  Community garden vandalized in west Charlotte

  Charlotte Mecklenburg Police officers hand out 800 free gun locks in an attempt to save lives

  Football Sundays aren’t the same in Charlotte due to COVID-19

  12 Charlotte music venue owners are pushing a petition so they aren’t forced to shutdown forever

  Changes are coming to Christmastown USA due to COVID-19

  Harvey B. Gantt Center hosts conversations to get more Black voters to be politically engaged

  There’s a push to save Charlotte’s greenery scenes

  Federal moratorium to stop evictions goes into effect Friday, here’s what you need to know

  Group protests at Mecklenburg Co. courthouse for rent to be canceled

  Belmont comic book store owner says Black Panther actor Chadwick Boseman is ’real-life superhero’

  Anti-Trump billboard catches attention in uptown Charlotte, there’s more to it than just politics

  Sheriff McFadden takes complaints about community jail support to Mecklenburg Co. commissioners

  Gaston County Schools not allowing students to play sports if enrolled in district’s virtual academy

  Lowe’s donates laptops for students to end the digital divide

  Charlotte rapper DaBaby met with criticism after tweeting intentions to vote for Kanye West

  CMS superintendent gives no answer for fall sports after school board meeting

  Student-athletes hope CMS decision on fall sports comes Tuesday during board meeting

  ‘Did I just feel an earthquake?‘: Many surprised, others unbothered by NC’s 5.1 magnitude earthquake

  ‘Tent City’ continues to be concern, property owner files lawsuit to get rid of homeless camp

  CMPD clarifies the department has no plans to move out the homeless community in ‘Tent City’

  Charlotte woman plans to start a community garden to help kids on the West side

  CAUGHT ON VIDEO: Two women steal patio furniture from Charlotte business

  ‘They truly loved those kids’: Belmont family killed in I-485 crash remembered for love of nature, animals

  Artists continue to create more murals along Beatties Ford Road

  Black community leaders are calling on more men to be mentors after back-to-back killings

  American Airlines will start booking flights at full capacity again on July 1

  Artists paint mural on Beatties Ford Road to lift spirits after deadly shooting

  Charlotte’s Black community leaders just disturbed about neighborhood crime as they are passionate about “Black Lives Matter” movement

  Big turnout for this year’s Juneteenth celebrations in Charlotte

  Mayor Vi Lyles signs proclamation declaring June 19 as Juneteenth in Charlotte