Brad Bell is the Maryland Reporter for ABC7/WJLA-TV. He joined the station's news team in 1991 and has received five Emmy Awards for a variety of stories including breaking the story of Pfisteria contamination in Maryland waters.
Prior to joining Channel 7, Brad reported for WMAR-TV in Baltimore, Maryland. He was a general assignment and State House reporter from 1986 to 1991. During his tenure at WMAR-TV, Brad also covered environmental issues in "Project Environment," a newscast segment.
Previously, Brad spent two years with Maryland Public TV as a State House and documentary reporter/producer. He has also been a field producer for Independent Network News in the Washington bureau on the Capitol Hill.
Brad holds a Bachelor of Arts in English from the University of Maryland.
Brad and his wife Tricia have three sons: Matthew, Patrick and Tommy.
It hasn't been long since three students were accused of sexual assault, and two died in alcohol-related incidents.
In the student's room in this off-campus apartment building, police found two 9MM handguns, crack cocaine, the drug ecstasy, and hypodermic needles.
Ashley and Damon Campbell get an unexpected gift when their mother makes a surprise homecoming after six months in the Middle East.
A diplomat suspected of killing his wife, mother and three sons in 1976 has been added to the FBI's list of "Ten Most Wanted Fugitives."
The suspect is identified as 32-year-old Lester Lee Fletcher, Jr., of the 8300 block of Founders Woods Way in Fort Washington. The victim is identified as 32-year-old Michelle Miranda-Fletcher, of the 7200 block of Jaywick Avenue.