Bria Bell, WIS News 10

Bria Bell

WIS News 10

Charlotte, NC, United States

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  • WAFF 48
  • WAFB
  • FOX19
  • WTOL 11
  • KXXV News Channel 25
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Recent articles by Bria:

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

Phase 2.5 of Governor Cooper’s plan to re-open North Carolina does not include indoor entertainment. This means many concert venues continue to struggle since business is forced to remain closed. → Read More

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

White House officials are putting a stop to evictions to help families who are struggling because of the pandemic. → Read More

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

The man you know as the Black Panther in some of your favorite superhero movies has died from stage 3 colon cancer. Chadwick Boseman battled with the disease for 4 years. During that time, he did plenty of work that left a big cultural impact in Hollywood. → Read More

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

More people are making their way through Charlotte Douglas International Airport. It comes at a time when American Airlines will soon be booking flights to capacity starting July 1st. → Read More

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

More people are making their way through Charlotte Douglas International Airport. It comes at a time when American Airlines will soon be booking flights to capacity starting July 1st. → Read More

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

Beatties Ford Road is getting new artwork on the street. The artists behind the mural say the inspiration for the painting sparked after last Sunday’s shooting. Four people died and several others were hurt. → Read More

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

Beatties Ford Road is getting new artwork on the street. The artists behind the mural say the inspiration for the painting sparked after last Sunday’s shooting. Four people died and several others were hurt. → Read More

Big turnout for this year’s Juneteenth celebrations in Charlotte

Juneteenth celebrations filled the weekend. The holiday is to celebrate the end of slavery, but the holiday weekend means a lot more this year for many reasons. → Read More

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

Charlotte Mayor Vi Lyles has signed a proclamation declaring June 19 as Juneteenth in Charlotte. → Read More

16 people at south Charlotte nursing home test positive for COVID-19

Sharon Towers updated the tally on its website Sunday. → Read More

Holiday amid pandemic: Americans divided on how to respond

The U.S. has been the hardest hit country, with more than 96,000 deaths among 1.6 million confirmed cases. → Read More

Friday’s storm causes power outages in Gaston County

Friday’s storms made a mess in Gaston County. .Several homes are damaged and with no power. → Read More

Masks will not be required in Davidson, commissioners vote on mandate

It’s official -- you will not be required to wear a mask in public if you’re in the Town of Davidson. There was a vote Tuesday night in a virtual meeting to decide if mask-wearing would be mandatory. → Read More

New uptown Charlotte restaurant to utilize thermal camera to check customer’s temperature

Restaurant owners continue to say your safety is their top priority as they get ready for the chance to re-open in North Carolina. When that happens, there’s one restaurant that’s doing something many of us have never seen before to protect you. → Read More

New uptown Charlotte restaurant to utilize thermal camera to check customer’s temperature

Restaurant owners continue to say your safety is their top priority as they get ready for the chance to re-open in North Carolina. When that happens, there’s one restaurant that’s doing something many of us have never seen before to protect you. → Read More

Governor Cooper’s WiFi hot spot plans move forward for NC students

Governor Roy Cooper is making moves, so your kids aren’t falling behind in online classes at home. It’s been highlighted how a lack of internet is a problem for some families within the Charlotte Mecklenburg School District. → Read More

Some South Carolina restaurants see increase in customers after opening outdoor patios

Those tired of being inside and eating home-cooked meals wanted fresh air and maybe some fries on the side. → Read More

Back in session: Senate risks a return but House stays away

Weighing the risks, the Senate will reopen on Monday as the coronavirus crisis rages and the House stays shuttered, an approach that leaves Congress as divided as the nation. → Read More

Hospital staff looks to rent out properties, avoids going home to keep families safe

What would you do to protect your family? For some doctors and nurses, protection means moving out of the house while serving on the frontline. It’s so these hospital workers don’t bring the virus home to their families. → Read More

Churches adapt to the pandemic for Easter celebration services

Your Easter traditions are looking a lot different this year. Maybe you’re used to going to brunch with family or you’re squeezing through crowds at church to get a seat for a special Sunday service. Celebrations didn’t stop though, church leaders just took their message online. → Read More