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NBC12 WWBT Richmond

Richmond, VA, United States

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Recent articles by Henry:

How Richmond plans to pay for removal of monuments

With confederate monument removal on pause for the holiday weekend, many of you are asking about how the City of Richmond is paying for all the work. → Read More

Governor to retire Mississippi’s Confederate-themed flag

Mississippi Gov. Tate Reeves will sign a bill Tuesday evening to retire the last state flag in the U.S. that includes the Confederate battle emblem. → Read More

Richmond City Council set to introduce police policy reform Wednesday

After weeks of unrest, the demands of protesters are now turning into new policy for Richmond City Council. → Read More

Richmond City Council set to introduce police policy reform Wednesday

After weeks of unrest, the demands of protesters are now turning into new policy for Richmond City Council. → Read More

Trader Joe’s shopper rants on camera after being told to wear a mask

Video from a Trader Joe’s in California shows a shopper throwing a tantrum after she was told to wear a face covering inside the store. → Read More

Northam to participate in virtual ‘Global Pride 2020’ event

Governor Ralph Northam will join LGBTQ+ activists and world leaders for a virtual Pride event in response to other events that have been canceled due to COVID-19. → Read More

Candidates for Richmond Mayor talk campaigning during COVID-19

There are plenty of names in that hat, all vying for your vote during a health pandemic. → Read More

Richmond City Councilors cite public safety concerns over new push to remove Monument Ave. statues

As protesters in the City of Richmond take matters into their own hands, city councilors are concerned confederate statues are becoming a public safety issue. → Read More

Bayer to pay up to $10.9 billion to settle Monsanto case

Bayer will pay up to $10.9 billion to settle litigation over the subsidiary Monsanto’s weedkiller Roundup. → Read More

Virginia Legislative Black Caucus announces policies, proposals in special session

The Virginia Legislative Black Caucus (VLBC) will be announcing policies, proposals and priorities in regards to social and political change in a special session. → Read More

2-year-old fatally shot at Virginia campground

ALLEGHANY COUNTY, Va. (WDBJ) - The Alleghany County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the fatal shooting of a 2-year-old child at Moomaw Lake. The sheriff’s office says the shooting happened at Morris Hill campground. The call came in around 6:30 a.m. on Friday. No additional information has been released. → Read More

Richmond unrest curfew-only violators say their charges aren’t being dropped

Those swept up in curfew-only violations during unrest in Richmond are concerned about the mixed messages they're now getting from those in charge. → Read More

No big-name Republicans to challenge Warner for U.S. Senate

For the second time in two years, no big-name Republicans in Virginia are bothering to try and win a seat in the U.S. Senate. → Read More

Deputies search for 25-year-old man wanted in Amelia County

Anyone with information is asked to call deputies at 804-561-2118 or Crime Solvers at 804-561-5200. → Read More

Defense secretary announces effort to increase diversity in military

Secretary of Defense Mark Esper on Thursday announced a review aimed at increasing diversity in the U.S. military. → Read More

Lady A to perform at Grand Ole Opry Saturday night, days after changing name

Lady A will perform live at the Grand Ole Opry just two days after the group changed its name. → Read More

Oscars to set best picture noms at 10, commits to new phase of equity and inclusion standards

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced Friday that there will be 10 best picture nominees beginning with the 94th Academy Awards in 2022. → Read More

Governor, Richmond Mayor urge people to stop removing statues for sake of public safety

With a third statue now off its pedestal in Richmond, a plea from Governor Ralph Northam directly to protesters, let the legal process play out. → Read More

Richmond Mayor responds to statue removals

Richmond Mayor Levar Stoney is responding to a recent string of statue removals. → Read More

Richmond enters phase one of reopening

The City of Richmond is officially in phase one of re-opening along with Northern Virginia and Accomack County. → Read More