Briana Harper, NBC Charlotte

Briana Harper

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Charlotte, NC, United States

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Past articles by Briana:

Prayer vigil held for missing 11-year-old girl Madalina Cojocari

Community members say they want to do their part to make sure Madalina is found safe. → Read More

CMPD investigating hate speech, threats toward children at north Charlotte day care

Investigators said the rock contained hate speech and various threats toward children. CMPD and the FBI have a person in custody. → Read More

Gaston College food pantry meets a growing need for students

Mo's Pantry provides food and personal care items year-round for students at no cost. → Read More

Charlotte nonprofit GardHouse raising funds to provide debt relief for minority students

GardHouse started in 2019 to provide Black and brown college students access to paid internships with small businesses, nonprofits, and government agencies. → Read More

Charlotte woman dies in Mexico while traveling with friends

The family of Shanquella Robinson is asking Mexican officials to thoroughly investigate her death. → Read More

Charlotte woman dies in Mexico while traveling with friends

The family of Shanquella Robinson is asking Mexican officials to thoroughly investigate her death. → Read More

New affordable housing community coming to the University City area

Rent will start at $900 for one-bedroom units in this new community. → Read More

South Carolina mother competes in NYC Marathon in honor of daughter who died from rare muscle condition

An Indian Land mother is racing for a mission in hopes of raising money to help further research in a rare muscle condition that cut her young daughter's life short. → Read More

Know the signs: How to help kids cope with Halloween frights

It’s important for parents to notice if and when their child is triggered. → Read More

'She was loved' | Statesville woman killed in shooting during off-campus North Carolina A&T homecoming party

Greensboro police said it happened at a homecoming party that happened off-campus. → Read More

Rising rent rates for Charlotte businesses are up 10% annually, recent reports show

Commercial real estate experts at Kirk Palmer & Thigpen said the rising rent is all tied to the market rates. → Read More

Charlotte Craft Beer Week celebrates the culture of a growing industry

At least 30 local breweries are taking part in a week full of events like beer and food pairings, a Halloween bar crawl and more. → Read More

'Domestic violence doesn't get better' | Advocates raise awareness and share resources to turn victims into survivors

A partnership with CMPD and Safe Alliance aims to use education and engagement to provide the help needed. → Read More

New crosswalk alerts installed in Davidson to help keep pedestrians safe

Davidson Police have reported three deadly pedestrian crashes along Main Street since 2011. → Read More

World Mental Health Day seeks to raise awareness and increase resources for mental illness

The topic of mental health being a taboo has slowly become more normalized with increased awareness and acceptance. → Read More

Block Love Charlotte's sleep-out forces the focus on ending homelessness

The goal: raise awareness while showing tangible solidarity. → Read More

'Infrastructure before development' | Residents plead to Belmont City Council to oppose new development

The next community meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, Oct. 18 at First United Methodist Church in Belmont beginning at 6 p.m. → Read More

Inaugural ‘More Than Pink Walk’ coming to Charlotte to raise breast cancer awareness

The inaugural walk will be held in Uptown on Oct. 8, including the walk itself, a family zone, and resources for recently diagnosed breast cancer patients. → Read More

'Looking to save lives' | Gaston County pilots new teen traffic court program

The goal is to give teen drivers who commit minor traffic offenses a second chance and help make the roads safer. → Read More

Early planning underway for potential new transit hub in Uptown

CATS said it plans to host a series of meetings for public feedback on the concept starting in October. → Read More