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NBC12 WWBT Richmond

Richmond, VA, United States

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Past articles by Henry:

Mayor Stoney, City Council set to address affordable housing crisis in Richmond

As part of his state of the city address earlier this year, Mayor Levar Stoney promised to create more affordable housing. → Read More

Rep. McClellan arrives in Washington ahead of swearing-in ceremony

It’s not her first time on Capitol Hill, but this day is different because Jennifer McClellan is now joining the 118th Congress. → Read More

Stoney lays out budget priorities including community college for all, real-time crime center

As part of his upcoming budget proposal, Stoney wants to set aside $1.7 million from surplus money to create the Richmond Pathways Program. → Read More

Two candidates emerge in race for Virginia’s 9th Senate District seat

Early voting for the 9th district senate seat race is from March 13 through March 25. → Read More

Warmer winters force garden centers to gear up earlier

At Sneed’s Nursery in Chesterfield County, workers are getting all the shrubs, fruit trees and a whole lot of flowers into place and ready for purchase. → Read More

Voter turnout slow but steady in Virginia’s 4th District special election

It’s a final push for votes, in a February special election, to elect the next lawmaker in Virginia’s 4th Congressional District. → Read More

RRHA set to reopen public housing waitlist with 100,000 people are already in line

Starting Monday, February 27, Richmond Redevelopment and Housing Authority will open six public housing and project-based voucher waitlists of various bedroom sizes. → Read More

Richmond City Council approves rental inspection program

In response to a booming rental market, Richmond City Council is now working to create the framework for a rental inspection program. → Read More

Virginia’s First Lady pushes for fentanyl awareness, tougher penalties

Outside the statehouse Tuesday, Virginia’s First Lady stepped out of the shadows for a political mission that’s turned personal. → Read More

Virginia’s First Lady pushes for fentanyl awareness, tougher penalties

Outside the statehouse Tuesday, Virginia’s First Lady stepped out of the shadows for a political mission that’s turned personal. → Read More

Safety improvements coming to portion of Richmond’s Chamberlayne Avenue

A host of new turn lanes and improved pedestrian crossings are on the horizon for part of Chamberlayne Avenue in Richmond. → Read More

With burn building condemned, Richmond Fire seeks new training facility

Deemed unsafe and completely condemned just last year, Richmond firefighters can no longer use this burn building at its current training facility in Sandston. → Read More

Crossover Day: Battle over budget, tax cuts and mental health services

Crossover Day marks the time when lawmakers wrap up work on their own legislation. → Read More

Proposed bill in Virginia General Assembly targets catalytic converter black market

A Senate bill would make it a felony to buy, sell or offer for a sale a catalytic converter that is separated from a vehicle, unless certain conditions are met. → Read More

Jackson Ward homeowner told to remove mural from side of house

In a neighborhood already ripe with graffiti, one mural is now catching the attention of Richmond City Hall. → Read More

Richmond School Board member proposes closing five schools over budget concerns

On Wednesday, Richmond School Board Member Jonathan Young plans to introduce a school consolidation plan during the school board's budget work session. → Read More

Richmond gas customer concerned over estimated billing practices

David Mitchell’s ordeal started at the end of 2021 when he noticed the gas bill for his new house was higher than expected. → Read More

Traffic safety improvements for cyclists and pedestrians on horizon for Richmond

In response to a rising number of crashes involving pedestrians, Richmond City Councilors would like to use nearly half million dollars to add curb extensions along Main and Cary Streets between Belvidere Street and Arthur Ashe Boulevard. → Read More

Richmond Police exploring gunshot detection technology

Wednesday, during a crime briefing, Acting Police Chief Rick Edwards said the department in interested in using sensors around the city to track gunfire. → Read More

Virginia Democrats introduce abortion rights constitutional amendment

Tuesday morning state democrats unveiled a constitutional amendment from reproductive freedom. → Read More