About Nia Noelle
Nia Noelle’s media career has spanned two decades, beginning as a Media TV Spokesperson at Norman High School, to her formal training at The William Fulbright School of Arts in Broadcasting Journalism at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Arkansas, doing TV and radio, to her professional career. This professional career has taken her to Fayetteville, North Carolina, Huntsville, Alabama, and finally to her home state, Columbus, Ohio
Nia Noelle came to Columbus as midday host for Power 107.5 and stayed on the airways for 8 years before moving over to Magic 95.5 where she hosted on middays for several years. Nia can now be heard every Saturday 12-5pm.
Nia serves as the Program Director for Fashion Week Columbus, she also enjoys volunteering at many organizations around town including Dress for Success. Nia can be seen around town hosting various events and enjoying the 614 because she always “has her stiletto out the door!”
Donald Trump's border wall reportedly caused damage to Native American tribal sites surrounding the area of his border wall, a study found. The post Trump’s Border Wall Caused Damage To Sacred Native American Burial Grounds, Report Finds appeared first on NewsOne.
Interstate 70/71 south of Downtown will be closed this weekend, just in time for Ohio State’s first home football game.
The mother of a Black teen is demanding answers after her son was discriminated against for his hair, which violates the Crown Act. The post Texas School Discriminates Against Black Student With Locs Even Though That’s Illegal appeared first on NewsOne.
Brian Lindhurst Jr. is reportedly suing Sgt. David Marble, an officer who allegedly attacked him and yelled racial slurs after he left a friend's house in Antioch in 2022. The post ‘N*ggers’ Do Not Belong Here’: Drunk Berkeley Cop Aims Gun At Unarmed Black Man Visiting A Friend, Lawsuit Says appeared first on NewsOne.
In Massachusetts, a 14-year-old white teen was indicted after being accused of trying to drown a Black boy. The post White Teen Accused Of Trying To Drown Black Boy While Friend Called Him ‘George Floyd’ appeared first on NewsOne.
The Tanger Outlet Mall in Sunbury was under lockdown Wednesday afternoon with a heavy law enforcement presence as a man barricaded himself in a bathroom.
A PG county police officer has been suspended following a viral video depicting him entering the back seat of a police car with a woman. The post Viral Video Sparks Suspension As PG County Officer Seen Entering Patrol Vehicle With Woman appeared first on NewsOne.
Carlee Russell's ex-boyfriend is still uncertain about the motive behind her kidnapping hoax. The post Carlee Russell’s Ex Speaks On Fight That Led To Fake Abduction, ‘Nothing To Kidnap Yourself Over’ appeared first on NewsOne.
In Massachusetts, a Black teen died after taking part in a social media challenge called the “One Chip Challenge.” The post What Is The ‘One Chip Challenge?’ Black Teen Dies After Viral Trend Goes Wrong appeared first on NewsOne.
A group of racist Nazis marched through the streets of Central Florida over the weekend, and Governor Ron DeSantis hasn’t said a word. The post Ron DeSantis Silent After Nazis Proudly March The Streets Of Central Florida appeared first on NewsOne.
With a career marked by integrity, courage and a relentless pursuit of justice, Fani Willis deserves her flowers now for being a beacon of bravery amid her bold indictment of Donald Trump. The post Protect Fani Willis At All Costs! Flowers For The Fearless D.A. Of Fulton County appeared first on NewsOne.
The NYPD said it will use drones for the Labor Day weekend as the annual West Indian Day Parade is held in a move that harkens back to post-9/11 surveillance tactics. The post NYPD Deploying ‘Troubling’ Drone Surveillance Just As Annual West Indian Day Parade Set To Be Held appeared first on NewsOne.