Brenna Kelly Biography
Brenna Kelly is an American journalist. Kelly is a reporter for FOX 12. She often shoots her own video, then produces and edits her own stories. In March of 2017, Brenna was honored for her dedication to multi-media journalism with a scholarship from the Darrell Barton Foundation to attend the week-long NPPA News Video Workshop in Norman, Oklahoma.
Brenna Kelly Age
Her age and birthday are not well known to the public.
Brenna Kelly Husband
Brenna is a happily married woman though her husband is not well known to the public.
Brenna Kelly Net worth
Her net worth is still under review.
Background and education
She was born and raised in San Diego, California. Brenna attended the Washington State University where she studied Broadcast Journalism at The Edward R. Murrow College of Communication and joined student-run Cable 8 Productions.
While in college, she attended a backpack journalism trip in Cuba where she profiled the nation’s pride and joy — baseball. In 2015, Brenna received a NATAS Northwest College Emmy Award for her reporting on Washington State University’s Wine Science Center.
Brenna Kelly Career
Brenna Kelly is a columnist for FOX 12, who you’ll here and there find in your locale filling in as a one-lady band (make proper acquaintance on the off chance that you see her in your nearby bistro!). Brenna frequently shoots her own video, at that point delivers and alters her very own accounts.
Brenna began her career in Bangor, Maine, at WABI. During her time there, Brenna covered two presidential candidates during the 2016 election, an in-depth series on police officers that train service dogs for veterans living with severe PTSD, the state’s many winter Nor’easters which dumped up to two feet of snow or more on Maine towns, and the beautiful “Vacationland” summers, which included lobster races.Brenna Kelly
Brenna Kelly Articles
Family of two sisters killed in N. Portland
PORTLAND, OR (KPTV) – Police released the names of the two sisters killed after a car crash in North Portland Wednesday morning.
Police say 19-year-old Ana Moreno-Hernandez, the driver of the car, and 15-year-old Kaylee Moreno-Hernandez died after their vehicle crossed the center line of North Greeley Avenue and hit an SUV.
Investigators say the driver of the SUV remained on scene and was not cited.
Surrounded by flowers and balloons at a memorial near N. Greeley hangs a Bridge City Cafe shirt. It’s where Ana worked.
Her coworker, Maria Sanchez, told FOX 12 the young girl talked passionately about her plans for the future.
“The pain for the parents began right at the moment they received the phone call,” she said. “It’s a pain they’re going to keep…for the rest of their lives.” Police said they’re still investigating what led up to the crash.
The cousin of the girls told FOX 12 both Ana and Kaylee were very loved and found happiness in the small things in life.
GRESHAM, OR (KPTV) – A Gresham man faces intimidation and menacing charges after police say he threatened a teenager and called him the n-word.
On Friday night, three teenagers were heading home from basketball practice.
Marcus Carter, 14, says he was turning his bike around in a road off Northeast Glisan Street when a man said something to him.
“He said, ‘Get off my property, n-word,’ and then I said, ‘Shut up.’ And he said, ‘I’m gonna blow your head off,’” Carter told FOX 12.
Police say Michael Black threatened the teen but didn’t show a gun.
“I said, ‘I have one and I will,’ but there was no weapons brandished or anything. They were in the house,” Michael Black told FOX 12. “I didn’t threaten them. I told them, I said, ‘Don’t come up here and come to my house.’ I said, ‘I’m armed,’ and that’s my right.”
Qwavon Russell says he was with Carter and another friend.
“It was scary. I thought I was gonna die,” said Russell.
Russell and the two other teens say they quickly biked to his house nearby, and Russell’s mother called 911.
Meanwhile, Carter’s mother says she’s worried about letting her son bike home without her.
“I’ve dealt with racist situations. I don’t want my son to have worry about thinking about that because he shouldn’t have to,” said Alfreda Johnson, Carter’s mother.
Black says the teens rode their bikes close to his home more than once.
Both Carter, his friends, and Black say they felt threatened Friday night.
“I just want to get it off my mind, that way I won’t be so scared,” said Carter. “I just want to forget about it.”
Black says he was trying to protect himself and tells FOX 12 he doesn’t feel his charges are fair.
He is due back in court next month.