Zuri Berry, WFAE

Zuri Berry


Cambridge, MA, United States

Contact Zuri

Discover and connect with journalists and influencers around the world, save time on email research, monitor the news, and more.

Start free trial

  • Unknown
  • WFAE
  • Boston Herald
  • Boston 25 News

Past articles by Zuri:

Cooper Warns NC Residents To Prepare Ahead Of Winter Storm

North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper warned state residents Saturday to wrap up their preparations ahead of this weekend's winter storm and to stay off the roads → Read More

Lumberton Police Make Arrest In Kidnapping, Death Of Hania Aguilar

The Lumberton Police Department has made an arrest in the kidnapping and death of 13-year-old Hania Aguilar, who was abducted in front of her home last → Read More

FBI: Hate Crime Reports Rise In The Carolinas

Reports of hate crimes have risen 17 percent nationally and 12.1 percent in North Carolina, according to a new report released Tuesday by the FBI. → Read More

Charges Filed Against Mother Who Lost Child In Floodwaters

Charges have been filed against a mother who lost her child in floodwaters during Florence after allegedly driving past barricades in Union County. → Read More

Suspected Mail Bomber Has Ties To Charlotte Area

The Florida man authorities arrested who is suspected of mailing several bombs to prominent Democrats and critics of President Donald J. Trump has ties to → Read More

More Than 100 Rescued After Cape Fear River Floods

North Carolina's National Guard and the United States Coast Guard conducted a rescue operation last night in Bladen County for more than 100 people and 33 → Read More

Trump Lauds Republicans In Visit To Charlotte

President Trump lauded Charlotte and North Carolina Republicans as he visited the city for an event to sign a measure on retirement security and attend a → Read More

CMPD Arrests Suspect In 2014 Murder

The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department has charged a 25-year-old man with the 2014 slaying of a man in what was then described as a drug-related → Read More

Stein Joins Brief In Opposition Of Net Neutrality Rollback

North Carolina Attorney General Josh Stein has joined a brief in a lawsuit to block the Federal Communication Commission’s reversal of net neutrality rules → Read More

RNC Official: Charlotte Was Always The Favorite For 2020 Convention

From the very beginning, Charlotte was the favorite to win the bid to host the 2020 Republican National Convention. That’s according to the RNC’s site → Read More

Small Helicopter Crashes In Iron Station

A small helicopter has crashed in a field in Iron Station, according to North Carolina Highway Patrol. No injuries have been reported, according to the → Read More

Hornets Dismiss Steve Clifford

New Charlotte Hornets general manager Mitch Kupchak announced the team had dismissed head coach Steve Clifford after another underwhelming season. → Read More

Bojangles Chief Executive Steps Down

Bojangles chief executive Clifton Rutledge is stepping down after four years on the job for personal reasons. → Read More

Atrium, UNC Health Care Call Off Merger Talks

Atrium Health and UNC Health Care say they have suspended plans for a merger after the two companies were unable to come to an agreement. → Read More

Atrium Calls Off Merger With UNC Health Care

Atrium Health says it has suspended plans for a merger with UNC Health Care after the two companies were unable to come to an agreement. → Read More

Franklin Graham: 'There weren't two Billy Grahams'

Franklin Graham can't remember his father without thinking of his mother, Ruth, who died in 2007. Graham, speaking at his father's funeral today, said his → Read More

Panthers Cut Team's All-Time Rusher Jonathan Stewart

The Carolina Panthers have jettisoned long-time running back Jonathan Stewart. Stewart, who has played all 10 of professional seasons for the Panthers, is → Read More

More Than 15,000 Untested Sex Assault Kits In NC

There are more than 15,000 sexual assault evidence collection kits in North Carolina that have yet to be tested, according to the numbers compiled by the → Read More

Lawyer For Family Of Keith Lamont Scott Says City Is Refusing To Settle

The City of Charlotte is declining to settle with the family of Keith Lamont Scott, who was fatally shot by a Charlotte-Mecklenburg police officer in 2016, → Read More

Flu Deaths Rise to 200 In North Carolina

Twenty-seven people died of the flu in North Carolina last week, the latest in a particularly deadly flu season that has seen 200 deaths now across the Tar → Read More