Aria joined the 14 News team in September of 2018 as a Reporter/Multi-Media Journalist.
Aria is from Kannapolis, North Carolina, a small town outside of Charlotte. She graduated from The University of North Carolina Wilmington in May of 2018. Aria earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication Studies and minored in Psychology.
While Studying at UNCW she spent a semester abroad in England where she attended Keele University and took classes in film and marketing. She also Interned at Spectrum News Charlotte and WWAY in Wilmington and was a general assignment and business reporter for her school’s student media team, TEAL TV.
Aria is a proud member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. and loves finding ways to give back to her community.
When Aria is not working she loves playing and taking photos with her dog Kaizer, binge watching TV shows, Face-timing her family and friends, trying new restaurants, and traveling to new places.
Aria has always dreamed of being a news reporter and she is glad that the tri-state area has given her a place to live out her dream.
With the first day of school just around the corner, many parents are choosing to home school their children this year. This comes as several parents remain concerned as schools nationwide debate on how to safety reopen their classrooms with COVID-19 safety procedures.
Community members gathered at Bayard Park on Saturday afternoon to march against senseless killings throughout the city. The group chanted and held signs in order to get their message across, saying it’s time to take their neighborhood back.
The Vanderburgh County Health Department says they have confirmed a person with COVID-19 was at KC’s Marina Pointe for an extended period of time on Saturday, June 20. Health officials also report that an employee at Xcess Night Club has tested positive.
A Juneteenth celebration was held on Waggoner Avenue in downtown Evansville on Saturday. The event was thrown by a group of neighbors who wanted to do something for their community. Despite the hot temperatures outside, this didn’t stop attendees from having a good time and enjoying the holiday.