Briana Aldridge

Weekday Reporter

Briana Aldridge joined WTAP News Team in April 2017 as a weekday reporter.

Briana Aldridge joined WTAP News Team in April 2017 as a weekday reporter.

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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Trump Doubles Down on North Korea Threats After U.S. Show of Force

The war of words between the two countries escalated on Saturday after U.S. fighter jets flew over waters east of North Korea in a show of force

Vaccine Skeptic Message Gets Stronger, Bolder

Vaccine skeptics, often called anti-vaxxers, are getting bolder with their message that vaccines are the product of a coverup by industry, government and media.

Not Just Nukes: North Korea Also Has Stockpile of Deadly Nerve Agent

The Center for Nonproliferation Studies estimates North Korea has between 2,500 and 5,000 metric tons of chemical weapons.

Confusion Hinders Efforts Amid Puerto Rico Dam Failure Fear

There was a lack of information about a potentially catastrophic breach of a dam in the town of Isabella, as evacuations continued following Hurricane Maria.

Another Mexico Quake Sends Panicked People Into Streets

An earthquake with a 6.1 magnitude shook southern Mexico on Saturday and was felt in the capital, where seismic alarms sounded, residents ran into the streets.

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