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!”
Michael Jeffery lost two jobs and his home during the pandemic. He was forced to sleep under a bridge in the Navy Yard neighborhood for two years where he braved the hash winter and hot summers. The post D.C. Man Graduates High School Valedictorian After Living In Tent For Two Years appeared first on NewsOne.
The Houston Independent School District, which serves a disproportionate number of Black and brown students, will be converting libraries at 28 schools into detention centers. The post Texas Plans To Turn Dozens Of Libraries In Black And Brown School District Into Detention Centers appeared first on NewsOne.
Allisha Watts, a 39-year-old woman from North Carolina was last seen on July 16. Authorities say she was going to visit her boyfriend. The post What Happened To Allisha Watts? Family Of Missing Black Woman Demands Answers appeared first on NewsOne.
Jacquelyn Gwinn-Villaroel, Louisville's newly appointed police chief is facing criticism of her secret hiring in December. The post Louisville’s First Black Woman Police Chief Was Secretly Selected Despite City’s Vow For Transparency appeared first on NewsOne.
The family of Tierra Allen, the Black woman stranded in Dubai has called on Texas lawmakers to help aid in her return back to America. The post Family Of Black Woman Stranded In Dubai Solicit Help From Ted Cruz appeared first on NewsOne.
Republicans and Glenn Youngkin are making it difficult for Black teachers to gain the necessary licensure to teach in the state of Virginia. The post Republicans Just Made It Harder To Be A Black Teacher In Virginia appeared first on NewsOne.
Police in Alabama revealed Carlee Russell's phone search history included questions about Amber Alerts, one-way bus tickets and even the movie 'Taken,' which is about a kidnapping. The post Search History In Carlee Russell’s Phone Revealed Amid Investigation Into Disappearance appeared first on NewsOne.
Funeral arrangements for Jawan Dallas have been set, but the GoFundMe set to help pay for his homegoing has been slow to gain traction. The post RIP Jawan Dallas: GoFundMe Lags For Black Man ‘Tased To Death’ As Funeral Set appeared first on NewsOne.
Carlee Russell's parents are speaking about the pain they endured before their daughter miraculously returned home Saturday. The post Carlee Russell ’Not In A Good State,’ Parents Say After Black Woman Miraculously Returns Home appeared first on NewsOne.
Republicans in Alabama have rejected instructions from the U.S. Supreme Court to redraw congressional districts. The post Defying SCOTUS, ‘Shameful’ Alabama Republicans Refuse To Draw New Black Voting District appeared first on NewsOne.
Carlee Russell's frightening 48-hour ordeal in Alabama is placing a brighter spotlight on the disproportionate number of Black women who disappear every year. The post Carlee Russell’s Disappearance Draws Attention To Disturbing Rates Of Missing Black Women appeared first on NewsOne.