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.
Ryan Dorm alleges he was assaulted by a Prince George's County police officer last year. The incident was caught on tape and the video will play a major role in the trial.
MGM officials made a show of loading glitzy boxes they said contained their casino proposal into black SUV's for submission to the state gaming commission.
Convicted in January, Nahshon Kornegay of District Heights was sentenced Wednesday to 10 years and 6 months in prison for selling the services of two women he set up in a room at the Twinbrook Hilton on Rockville Pike.
Two motorcyclists are dead after an accident Thursday night in Brandywine. It's the third serious crash involving a motorcycle in the D.C. area this week, two of which resulted in the death of a rider.
Tina Towler, 45, and her boyfriend, James Ferguson, were found dead inside the apartment. Towler's severely disabled daughter, 24, was found unharmed, but taken to a hospital for observation. She has not been able to communicate what she may have witnessed.