Karina Bolster, NBC12 WWBT Richmond

Karina Bolster

NBC12 WWBT Richmond

Richmond, VA, United States

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Past articles by Karina:

‘There’s no clear motive for her death’: Police seek help in murder of Henrico woman

On May 19, 2021, Tammy Price, 53, was found in the breezeway of her apartment building near Short Pump. → Read More

Frustrations rise in Henrico as personal property tax bills increase

Several citizens also contacted 12 On Your Side saying their bills went up 50% or more. → Read More

Local animal shelters urge rabies vaccinations for pets following positive case

On Wednesday, the Chickahominy Health District pushed out an alert to notify residents who live in the Brookshire Subdivision or in the Windsor Drive area of Mechanicsville (Hanover County) about a positive rabies case. → Read More

Mayo Island for sale for $19 million

A piece of Richmond’s history is up for sale, but it’s not your typical listing! → Read More

‘We are the first, first responder’: 911 dispatchers recognized as metro-area faces shortages

April 10-16 is National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week, a celebration that comes as many emergency call centers face worker shortages. → Read More

Va. Dept. of Social Services: Child support payments duplicated due to technical issue

The issue may have caused additional payments to be drafted from bank accounts on Monday and Tuesday. → Read More

Va. Holocaust Museum to unveil new Children’s Memorial

The memorial took more than a year to construct, but it’s impact will be long-lasting. → Read More

‘It’s a little overwhelming - it’s emotional’: Va. law enforcement agencies donate equipment to fight in Ukraine

Many agencies are donating body armor and bulletproof vests to protect those fighting overseas. → Read More

‘Grace is a little champ’: Va. woman born prematurely gives birth to micro-preemie

A Hanover woman born 10 weeks early is now watching as her daughter fights in the NICU after she was born at only 24 weeks. → Read More

Neighbors frustrated with Henrico makeshift roundabout

A temporary roundabout was constructed at the intersection of Oak Hill Lane and Doron Lane. This is just one of several placed in five different neighborhoods across the county. → Read More

Henrico getting $1 million in federal funding to help build new detox & recovery center

A bill signed into law on Tuesday by President Joe Biden will provide $1 million to Henrico County to help build a brand-new detox and recovery center. → Read More

Police identify two men killed in Short Pump residential construction site incident

An investigation is underway after a residential construction site incident leaves two men dead and sends one man to the hospital in Short Pump. → Read More

Roughly 30% of Woodland Cemetery left to clean up

According to the Woodland Restoration Foundation, there’s still about 30% of the cemetery left to clean up, but a donation from a tree company this week is making a difference, especially when it comes to the big stuff. → Read More

Henrico supervisors approve one-time real estate tax credit

Henrico is the first locality in Virginia to refund real estate taxes to property owners. → Read More

‘Honoring the Memory Fund’: RPS hopes to help families who have lost a child

Richmond Public Schools has created a new fund aimed at helping families who have lost a child. → Read More

Va. Supreme Court hears arguments in former West Point teacher pronoun case

Peter Vlaming lost at West Point High School after he refused to use a transgender student’s preferred pronouns. → Read More

Black History Month: Henrico’s Chief of Police the first person of color to hold the position

On Sept. 14, 2020, English became the first person of color to head up the Henrico County Police Division. → Read More

Sexual assault kit bill garners unanimous support in Va. Senate

On Thursday, the state Senate unanimously approved SB658 which would preserve Physical Evidence Recovery Kits (PERKs) for at least a decade. It would also require a tracking system so victims could monitor the evidence themselves. → Read More

Va. Holocaust Museum reacts to ban of ‘Maus’ by Tennessee school system

The Virginia Holocaust Museum sells the book in its gift shop. The museum's education director encourages teachers to use the novel as a resource. → Read More

For divorced parents, who has say over child masking at school?

Edward Barnes, Founder and CEO of Barnes & Diehl Attorneys at Law, said it all comes down to your custody agreement. → Read More