Adrianna Hargrove, NBC12 WWBT Richmond

Adrianna Hargrove

NBC12 WWBT Richmond

Philadelphia, PA, United States

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Past articles by Adrianna:

News reporters injured at demonstrations across US

A Fox News reporter was pummeled and chased by protesters who had gathered outside the White House early Saturday as part of nationwide unrest following the death of George Floyd. → Read More

Police: Man shot near VCU campus

Police say shots were fired near the Quirk Hotel in downtown Richmond. → Read More

Calif. 13-year-old earns 4 associate’s degrees in 2 years

At 13 years old, he is now the youngest graduate of Fullerton College in California after starting his college career when he was 11 years old. → Read More

Wildlife Virginia announces virtual online festival

Wildlife Virginia has announced a virtual online festival called, “Wild Streams Mini Festival.” → Read More

Fire destroys warehouse on San Francisco’s Fisherman’s Wharf

No injuries have been reported and firefighters were making multiple searches to ensure no one was inside the building on Pier 45. → Read More

Police: Mother arrested and charged for murder of nine-year-old son in South Florida

Police have arrested the boy’s mother, Patricia Ripley, and she is facing charges of first-degree murder and attempted premeditated murder. → Read More

Henrico police assists 90-year-old resident with groceries

Henrico police decided to help a 90-year-old deaf resident in need of groceries. → Read More

Starbucks delivery now available in Richmond area

Starbucks announced delivery is now available within the Richmond area through Uber Eats. → Read More

Barn at Chesterfield Berry Farm destroyed in fire

A barn located at the Chesterfield Berry Farm was destroyed in a fire. → Read More

Heinz now selling 570-piece, all-red, ‘ridiculously slow’ puzzle

Puzzle lovers may even find a reason to hate this offering from Heinz. → Read More

Man found dead along road in Dinwiddie County

Police say a man was found dead along a road in Dinwiddie County. → Read More

Virginia family out for ride finds nearly $1 million in road

A Virginia family out for a ride to get a change of scenery after being holed up at home due to the coronavirus found nearly $1 million in two bags lying in the road. → Read More

Seven new COVID-19 testing sites include Petersburg, Hopewell, Dinwiddie and more

The Crater Health District has released will be hosting seven COVID-19 testing sites throughout the district. → Read More

Two local organizations will surprise frontline workers with care packages

Richmond Window Corp. and Ricky Johnson & Friends Foundation will be surprising 100 first responders with care packages this week. → Read More

RPS announces two graduation celebrations for seniors next month

Richmond Public Schools (RPS) Superintendent Jason Kamras announced there will be an in-person and virtual celebration for seniors in June. → Read More

Md. restaurant unveils ‘bumper tables’ to help customers social distance

The tables will be used for customers who are waiting for tables or would normally sit at the bar. → Read More

Richmond Navy reserve officer receives prestigious credential while deployed

A Navy reserve officer with ties to the Richmond-area has received one of seven prestigious credentials while deployed to Europe. → Read More

Remains found in Panther Falls area identified as man reported missing last year

Remains found in March in the Panther Falls area are confirmed to be those of a man reported missing last year, according to state police. → Read More

New online data highlights COVID-19’s impact on licensed nursing facilities

The Virginia Hospital & Healthcare Association (VHHA) launched a new online data dashboard that highlights statistics in COVID-19 cases at nursing facilities across Virginia. → Read More

COVID-19 testing will be held for Emporia, Greensville County residents

The Crater Health District and Virginia Army National Guard announced COVID-19 testing will be conducted for Emporia and Greensville County residents. → Read More