Briana Aldridge

Daybreak Anchor

Briana Aldridge joined WTAP News Team in April 2017 as a weekday reporter. She became Daybreak anchor in January 2018.

Briana Aldridge joined WTAP News Team in April 2017 as a weekday reporter. She became Daybreak anchor in January 2018.

Originally from Tracy, CA Briana graduated from Clark Atlanta University in May 2016 with a BA in Mass Media concentrating in Television.

Briana started at Modesto Junior College where she played volleyball and softball. She then transferred to Clark Atlanta where she continued playing, and became highly interested in the Mass Media Department on Campus. She gained a passion for news as the intern for WSBTV in Atlanta.

When she’s not at work she enjoys attending sport events or live thearte.

She’s excited to start her journey in Parkersburg and learn all she can about the Mid-Ohio Valley.


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A Starbucks in Yosemite? A new spin on a national park tradition

The plan to put a Starbucks inside Yosemite National Park has created a furor, but corporations have long had a foothold in America's national parks.

How an 'army of women' confronted gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar

A sentencing hearing for former gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar wraps up with final statements from his victims.

Children flee as gunmen storm aid group's office in Afghanistan

There was no immediate claim of responsibility but the Taliban, seeking to reimpose Islamic rule after their 2001 ouster, denied involvement.

Kim Jong Un's Olympic thaw doesn't mean he's now a 'very good neighbor'

This year's games in South Korea's PyeongChang will be the first to feature athletes from the South and North on a unified Olympic team.

'Same blood' bonds unified Korean Olympic hockey team

Kim Jong Un's regime isn't worried about a lack of bonding as the Korean Olympic women's hockey team bids for it own "miracle on ice."

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