Brad Dickerson, WBTV News

Brad Dickerson

WBTV News

Omaha, GA, United States

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Recent:
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  • WMBFNews.com
Past:
  • FOX Carolina News
  • WITN Headlines
  • WIS News 10
  • FOX 8 New Orleans
  • NBC12 WWBT Richmond
  • WKYT
  • WEAU 13 News
  • WALB News 10
  • KY3 News
  • KALB News Channel 5
  • and more…

Recent articles by Brad:

How to make a delicious zucchini crust pizza

In the mood for something different? → Read More

Dispelling cold weather myths

With the temperatures dropping, we thought it would be a good time to find out if some of those old wives’ tales are really true. → Read More

Deadline to enroll for health insurance through the marketplace is Jan. 15

The deadline to enroll using the health insurance marketplace is this Saturday, Jan. 15, and there are some changes this year you need to know about. → Read More

How to stay safe while staying fit in 2022

Experts recommend at least 150 minutes of moderate-intensity activity a week. However, you want to make sure you’re not getting hurt. → Read More

5 things to do to start 2022 in a healthy way

To help us out, registered dietician Alice Smith, with Alice Approved, joined us with ways to start 2022 off right. → Read More

Creating the Narwhal with Billy Sunday’s mixologist

Check out the recipe so you can make it at home. → Read More

‘I give her away to God’: Family, fellow officers pay tribute to mother, daughter, CMPD Officer Mia Goodwin

“There’s no magic words that takes this type of pain away, nor should there be,” CMPD Chief Johnny Jennings said during his remarks. → Read More

Making Goodwill donations at the end of the year

In the last five days of 2020, Goodwill locations in our area alone took in more than 27,000 donations! → Read More

How to manage stress during the holiday season

The American Psychological Association says nearly a quarter of Americans feel extreme stress during the holidays. → Read More

‘The profession hurts’: CMPD Officer Mia Goodwin dies after crash on I-85 in Charlotte

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (WBTV) – The Charlotte Mecklenburg Police Department announced the passing of one of its officers. → Read More

‘The profession hurts’: CMPD Officer Mia Goodwin dies after crash on I-85 in Charlotte

Officer Mia Goodwin was a mother to three children and had recently returned to work from maternity leave. → Read More

Gastonia man’s ‘Christmas ornament business’ was once the largest in the world

A Jewish man from Gastonia ran a company that once was the largest maker of Christmas ornaments in the world. → Read More

Former NFL player who killed 6 in Rock Hill suffered from Stage 2 CTE, officials say

A statement read Tuesday from the Lesslie family stated they are still grieving, but have had some hope from the CTE study. → Read More

Five steps to organizing your closet

Jayna Lattimore, the founder of Ordered, talked about how to accomplish the task of decluttering the closet. → Read More

Lawsuit: Man was complying with police when he was shot, killed outside his Mooresville home

That federal lawsuit was filed by Amy Craven, the wife of Chris Craven, who died in that Aug. 2, 2020, officer-involved shooting. → Read More

Bread pudding in tot form? One chef puts his spin on a classic dessert

Chef Jamie Barnes with What the Fries was in the kitchen to make this twist on bread pudding. → Read More

CMPD: Man dubbed ‘Myers Park rapist’ identified, tied to 15 sexual assaults in 1990s

CMPD officials said the first assault happened in 1990, while the last took place in 1999. → Read More

Making latkes for Hanukkah with Meshuggunah

Watch Chef Rob make them and then try to make them at home! → Read More

Vice President Harris arrives in Charlotte to promote infrastrucure law

It is the vice president’s first visit to Charlotte since taking office. → Read More

Vice President Harris arrives in Charlotte to promote infrastructure law

It is the vice president’s first visit to Charlotte since taking office. → Read More