Ariana Kelland is a reporter with the CBC Newfoundland and Labrador bureau in St. John's.
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She said, she said, she said: Women recount harrowing stories of abuse and survival
Warning: The details in this story involve assault and sexual assault, and may be upsetting for some readers
Kurt Churchill's trial for uttering threats postponed after lawyer steps down
Though he has not been named publicly as a suspect, police have focused their attention on Kurt Churchill's home for the James Cody homicide investigation.
What's in a word? 'Systemic racism' a roadblock in wake of Perry Trimper incident
Premier Dwight Ball refused to use the word 'systemic' in describing the racism that Innu encounter. Peter Penashue says it's a testament to how racism is still being viewed from the provincial government.
Rescuers drag woman to safety moments before car engulfed in fire on Northern Peninsula
NL Hydro commended line worker Andrew Toope for his heroic efforts.
Hateful words, diminished services: How racism rears its head for N.L.'s Indigenous people
In Newfoundland and Labrador, Indigenous communities have struggled with racism for generations. CBC spoke to a cross-section of people from Innu, Inuit and Mi'kmaq communities. While their experiences vary, the effect on their lives is much the same.
New details scanty as RNC says Craigmillar Avenue shooting a homicide
The death of 47-year-old Jamie Cody has been ruled a homicide.
James Cody, who defeated Operation Razorback charges, killed in Craigmillar Avenue shooting
The Mount Pearl man was arrested in Operation Razorback and later had his case stayed by the Supreme Court of Canada over a lengthy delay getting to trial.
New adventure tourism business launches amid risky season
It might not come as a surprise that a man who journeyed across a frigid Greenland ice sheet isn't averse to a good challenge, even one in the middle of an economy-crushing pandemic.
'You killed 2 people that night': A mother's anguish over son's death
The Royal Newfoundland Constabulary says it has a suspect in the homicide of Brandon Leftault.
A report into her daughter's suicide took 2 months. She waited more than a year for a copy
Lisa Piercey says she was made to wait far too long to read what happened to her daughter in custody. "There's no respect," she says. "It seems like they're not taking my daughter's death seriously."