Henry Graff, WHSVnews

Henry Graff


Richmond, VA, United States

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Past articles by Henry:

Four Richmond Public School Students shot over weekend, one killed

Family and friends are remembering the life of a 13-year-old killed over the weekend. → 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

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

Youngkin announces plan to reduce homicides, shootings and violent crime

Flanked by law enforcement at an event in Norfolk, Gov. Glenn Youngkin announced his plan to tackle crime. → Read More

Virginia’s Executive Mansion to get bulletproof windows

Virginia’s Executive Mansion is set to receive bulletproof windows. → Read More

Richmond Police Chief apologizes for confusion, anxiety over alleged mass shooting plot target

There is more fallout from an alleged mass shooting planned for the Fourth of July in Richmond. Now, the city’s police chief is apologizing, through a statement, for any confusion or anxiety caused by his naming Dogwood Dell as the location. → Read More

First Lady Dr. Jill Biden visits Henrico vaccine clinic

The visit comes after the approval of a COVID-19 vaccine for children under five last month. → Read More

Virginia’s governor pushes 15-week abortion ban proposal

Currently in Virginia, abortions are legal through the second trimester and only in the third trimester if it involves the health of the mother. → Read More

Richmond school buses damaged beyond repair in two-alarm fire

The division also says its new “Lit Limo” bus - a mobile library - was destroyed. → Read More

VDH: COVID-19 vaccine shipments for under age 5 arriving in Virginia

Virginia’s Health Department says shipments of COVID-19 vaccines for those under the age of five began arriving Monday and shipments will continue to arrive throughout the week. → Read More

State Democrats push gun reform ahead of 2023 General Assembly session

Gun legislation will be a hot topic for next year’s Virginia General Assembly session. → Read More

Youngkin demands lawmakers take up 90-day gas tax holiday with rising prices

Virginia’s average gas price sits at $4.24 a gallon and climbing. → Read More

Virginia lawmakers could take up abortion legislation in 2023

The next time Virginia lawmakers could take up any potential abortion legislation is in January when the Virginia General Assembly convenes. → Read More

Virginia governor signs Literacy Act into law

Virginia’s Governor signed The Virginia Literacy Act into law on Thursday at the Library of Virginia in downtown Richmond. → Read More

State lawmakers ready for return to Richmond for final work on bills

It’s a full day for the Virginia General Assembly on Wednesday as lawmakers review 150 pieces of legislation that have been amended or vetoed by the governor. → Read More

Temporary homeless shelter closes in Richmond, neighbors concerned

The City of Richmond is trying to get a handle on a growing number of people considered homeless. → Read More

RPD: 19-year-old woman killed, man critically injured in crash involving 2 officers

A 19-year-old woman was killed, an 18-year-old man is fighting for his life and two police officers were hurt after a crash on Thursday night. → Read More

No deal on Virginia budget as lawmakers return for special session

House and Senate versions of the state’s two-year spending plan are still about $3 billion apart. → Read More

Virginia lawmakers return to Richmond for special session next week

Heading into the special session, house and senate versions of the state budget are still about $3 billion apart. → Read More

Virginia’s First Lady speaks about transition to role, future plans

She’s often the silent partner by the governor’s side, but now we’re hearing from Virginia’s First Lady. → Read More