Bria Bolden, WTOC11

Bria Bolden

WTOC11

Savannah, GA, United States

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  • WIS News 10
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Recent articles by Bria:

Jasper County School District officials announce preliminary plan to reopen schools

Jasper County School District officials announced their preliminary plan to reopen schools. → Read More

Bethesda Academy holds in-person graduation ceremony for class of 2020

16 graduating seniors at Bethesda Academy walked across the stage on Saturday morning. → Read More

Bethesda Academy holds in-person graduation ceremony for class of 2020

16 graduating seniors at Bethesda Academy walked across the stage on Saturday morning. → Read More

Skeletal remains discovered in field are those of missing Ft. Hood soldier Gregory Wedel Morales

The soldier’s mother was devastated after she received confirmation from Fort Hood. → Read More

Skeletal remains discovered in field are those of missing Ft. Hood soldier Gregory Wedel Morales

The soldier’s mother was devastated after she received confirmation from Fort Hood. → Read More

Georgia lawmakers approve limiting unexpected medical bills

Some patients in Georgia could soon get a reprieve from receiving unexpected medical bills under legislation heading to Gov. Brian Kemp’s desk. → Read More

South Carolina health officials see rise in COVID-19 cases

South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster and state health officials urged the public to wear masks and continue to social distance as the state slowly reopens on Wednesday during a COVID-19 update. → Read More

Georgia governor: No more National Guard troops for now

Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp says he does not see the need for now to call up more National Guard troops or deploy additional law enforcement officers to prevent protests over the death of George Floyd in Minnesota from turning violent. → Read More

Famers markets face uncertain future due to COVID-19 pandemic

Some state farmers markets across Georgia could close because of those cuts due to the health crisis. → Read More

Bluffton man arrested for criminal sexual conduct with a minor

The Bluffton Police Department has arrested a 72-year-old man for Criminal Sexual Conduct with a Minor. → Read More

Savannah Riverboat Cruises back open

Savannah’s Riverboat Cruises is finally back open for business. → Read More

Great-grandmother shot, killed trying to stop fight outside DC grocery store

Family members say someone opened fire as the victim was trying to stop a fight after her granddaughter was attacked by two girls. → Read More

Manhunt ongoing for Conn. college student after killings, home invasion, abduction

A lawyer for the family of the 23-year-old Connecticut college student and murder suspect pleaded for his surrender as police searched for him in multiple states. → Read More

Gold Star families remember loved ones on Memorial Day

Terri Criscio is the mother of U.S. Army Green Baret Dustin Wright. → Read More

Police: 3 injured, 1 in custody in shooting near Ariz. retail area

The suspected shooter was taken into custody safely, according to police. → Read More

Longshoremen working long hours; haven’t taken a day off since pandemic began

When we think of essential workers, healthcare workers, first responders, food service workers come to mind, but what about longshoremen? → Read More

Georgia allocates $411M in federal COVID-19 aid to schools

The Georgia State Board of Education is allocating $411 million in federal aid for COVID-19 related issues to the state’s school districts and independent charter schools. → Read More

Caught on camera: Trapped construction workers ride out storm on roof of Tenn. house

The neighborhood developer says being on a taller hill in the county, stronger winds can be expected, but the workers walked away unharmed. → Read More

Tybee Island expecting thousands of visitors this weekend, opening some parking lots and beach crossovers

Tybee Island officials will be out Friday morning to open some parking lots and beach crossovers. → Read More

14 residents, 1 staff member test positive for COVID-19 at Bryan Co. nursing home

As of Monday morning 41 percent of the COVID-19 deaths reported in Georgia are nursing home residents. → Read More