Brhe Berry
Brhe Berry joined the ABC13 Eyewitness News team as a reporter, traffic presenter and fill-in anchor in the spring of 2019. Brhe couldn't be happier to call Houston her home.

Before coming to Houston, she worked at WTKR in Norfolk, Virginia, anchored at KELO in Sioux Falls, South Dakota and was an anchor/reporter at KLFY in Lafayette, Louisiana.

Brhe grew up in a military household and moved often. No matter where she was living from Washington to Europe, the news was always there to educate her about her new home and what was going on around her. Brhe also served six years in the Virginia Army National Guard and the Louisiana Army National Guard.

She graduated from James Madison University with a degree in Broadcast Journalism and a minor in Sports Communication.

Some of Brhe's most notable stories include coverage of the Grand Theatre shooting in Lafayette, being embedded with several military units, Hurricane Florence, and a two-year investigation that resulted in three wrongfully convicted men being released from prison after 25 years behind bars.

Brhe's greatest passion is serving others. She has been a big sister for Big Brothers Big Sisters for several years and a volunteer at the SPCA. When she is not working, she loves spending time with family, her husband and two rescue dogs. She loves volunteering, exploring the city, going for a run and trying new places to eat.

If you see her out on a story be sure to say hi! If you have a story you'd like to share or advice on a place she should check out, she'd love to hear from you!

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Brhe's Stories
This new CPR app is saving lives in Montgomery County
If you're CPR certified and want to be notified when you can help in an emergency near you, download this app!
How a dietitian can help you reach your health goals
What's the difference between a registered dietitian and a nutritionist?
What to know before being treated at a Drip Spa
What do you think? Drip Spas promise the chance to take your health into your own hands with the quick prick of a needle.
'Do Not Hire' registry in Texas will show if employees had inappropriate relationships with students
How do teachers with a history of problems continue to be hired to work with children? This registry is supposed to help stop that.
Would you know if a predator was texting your kid? 30 acronyms you should know
How many of these have you seen on your child's phone? And do you know what they mean?
Your old Barbies and GI Joes could earn you big bucks
Have any old toys or dolls stashed away in the attic, collecting dust? Find out how you could earn some big bucks for them.
New trampoline design features no springs
One of the best ways to get kids moving comes with a risk of sprains and broken bones. This trampoline could prevent that.
Precautions to take ahead of spring allergy season in Houston
It might sound too early to talk about spring until you find out the spring allergy season starts Monday! Here's what helps and what doesn't.
'Fake meat' consumption raises health questions
From fast food chains to just about every grocery store, plant-based protein has gone mainstream.
Third time in 2 months students have brought guns into HISD schools
It's a frightening trend among students that we know all too well can end in an innocent life being taken.