Brittani Moncrease, Local 24 News

Brittani Moncrease

Local 24 News

Memphis, TN, United States

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Past articles by Brittani:

How 'gang trafficking' could be contributing to the rise in crime among Memphis youth

Gang trafficking can be hard to identify as it commonly pours into other categories such as sex trafficking, labor trafficking and even violent crimes. → Read More

DeSoto County residents take on icy weather conditions

“It was dangerous. I’m not going to lie. We’ve seen wrecks. We’ve seen people sliding," said Chase Johston, a traveler. → Read More

Shelby County Sheriff's Office increase patrol in Lakeland after a spike in crime

“We understand that after the ultimate crime occurs which is homicide, which is murder, it makes people feel a little uneasy,” said Anthony Buckner, SCSO. → Read More

Orange Mound gets an official shoe to help fight homelessness

“We see the community every single day, and we just want to serve them,” said Commissioner Britney Thornton, Shelby County District 10. → Read More

Here's how you can get ready for bracing freezing temperatures

If you're having any issues such as pipe bursts, downed wires, or power outages, contact MLGW right away. → Read More

Memphis mother's car stolen with holiday gifts inside

“I lost all of my children’s Christmas gifts. In all, I lost my car. I’m a single mom," said Kemyra Steel. → Read More

UCAN turns focus to bullying prevention after Memphis man's suicide

Looking back on her last message from her brother, LeShaundra Robinson finds pain and loss. → Read More

Memphis woman speaks on breast cancer journey, how clinical trials helped

For Memphis resident Amy Pollan, her family is her fight. → Read More

Memphis resident pushing through breast cancer treatment with a smile

“I’m just excited and I’m glad that I made it to this point," said Ellé Coleman. → Read More

Father of mass shooting spree victim calls for an end to violence

17-year-old Corteria Wright’s dad is pleading for the community to stop the senseless violence after losing his daughter to Wednesday's mobile mass shooting. → Read More

Cummings K-8 ceiling collapse highlights need for updates at older MSCS schools

Shelby County leaders shared why those needs haven't been addressed. → Read More

Memphis resident leaves broken-down car to be picked up by tow truck, later finds out it was stolen

“I called my mechanic to see if the car had made it there. He said no,” said Pamela Wooten. → Read More

How a Memphis couple turned a school bus into a home

“You’ll be surprised on how little you’ll need to actually be comfortable,” said Memphis resident Oleisha Evans. → Read More

Memphian helps families cope with incarceration

96.2% of Tennessee prison beds are taken, which means statewide, there is less than 4% of space left for inmates. → Read More

LatinX siblings transform wound care with honey-based bandage

It's a healthy competition that grew into a sticky business. → Read More

What can be done to end gun violence against Memphis youth?

To date, Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital has treated 43 children with gunshot wounds. → Read More

LeMoyne-Owen College celebrates 160 years

The year of commemoration kicked off Friday and students and administrators spoke about what this milestone means. → Read More

'Now is our time' | Gibson becomes first Black president of Memphis Bar Association

Gibson is a woman of many firsts in Memphis. She said her father left a mark in her life. → Read More

Things could get windy: What you need to do to prepare for the next round of severe weather

The big concern is gusty winds, especially after the debris and power outages from the last ice storm. → Read More

FedEx Cares and Operation Warm gives hundreds of winter coats and shoes to Memphis children

More than 530 winter coats and 250 pairs of shoes will be distributed to children at Kingsbury Elementary School. → Read More