Hannah Eason, NBC12 WWBT Richmond

Hannah Eason

NBC12 WWBT Richmond

Richmond, VA, United States

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Past articles by Hannah:

Coronavirus cases, deaths increasing again at nursing homes across U.S., including in RVA

The omicron wave of coronavirus is hitting nursing homes with infections and death rates climbing once again. → Read More

Richmond, Henrico health districts open 4 COVID-19 vaccine hubs

Four new COVID-19 vaccination hubs will begin serving Richmond and Henrico health districts in September, according to a release from the health department. → Read More

Voter’s guide: Virginia’s 2021 election

Here’s everything you need to know for Virginia’s 2021 election. → Read More

Richmond gas prices drop .5 cents, GasBuddy reports

Richmond gas prices have dropped by .5 cents in the last week, according to a gas price analysis from GasBuddy. → Read More

U.S. House passes legislation for $1 million to build recovery center in Henrico; Senate approval awaits

The U.S. House of Representatives passed on Thursday legislation that would designate $1 million toward a 24-hour substance abuse recovery center in Henrico County. → Read More

‘Go, help, be kind!’: Richmond animal control promotes kindness amid veterinary burnout

Richmond Animal Care and Control is urging the community to give a simple “thank you” to local veterinarians amid burnout and emotional stress. → Read More

Diversity Richmond’s Drag Bingo is back, 17 months later

Seventeen months later, Drag Bingo is back and fully equipped with performances, cash prizes and a food truck. → Read More

Richmond ranked No. 50 in best U.S. cities to live

The U.S. News and World Report ranked Richmond at No. 50 in its annual list of the best cities to live. → Read More

Taskforce recommends renaming campus streets, buildings after state approves John Tyler Community College’s name change

Virginia’s State Board for Community Colleges unanimously approved on Thursday the renaming of John Tyler Community College. → Read More

Richmond teen’s monument-inspired dress becomes finalist in Duck Tape contest

A Richmond teen has become a finalist in the often-viral Duck Tape contest that challenges adolescents to create show-stopping gowns and tuxes out of colored tape for a chance to win $10,000. → Read More

A look at COVID-19 cases, deaths among fully-vaccinated Virginians

More than 1,100 fully-vaccinated Virginians have contracted COVID-19 since January, but according to the Virginia Department of Health, that accounts for less than .6% of new coronavirus cases. → Read More

Two weekend concerts to include vaccine clinics

Richmond and Henrico Health Districts will be coordinating vaccine clinics at two concerts over the weekend. → Read More

VDH will now track vaccination status with COVID-19 hospitalizations, deaths

The Virginia Department of Health will sort new COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations and deaths by the patient’s vaccination status, according to a release from the department. → Read More

‘Breathtaking’: Organization pays off mortgage for fallen trooper’s family

Nearly six years after the death of a Virginia state trooper, a foundation announced it would pay off the home mortgage for his wife and two children. → Read More

‘Breathtaking’: Organization pays off mortgage for fallen trooper’s family

Nearly six years after the death of a Virginia state trooper, a foundation announced it would pay off the home mortgage for his wife and two children. → Read More

‘Breathtaking’: Organization pays off mortgage for fallen trooper’s family

Nearly six years after the death of a Virginia state trooper, a foundation announced it would pay off the home mortgage for his wife and two children. → Read More

‘Breathtaking’: Organization pays off mortgage for fallen trooper’s family

Nearly six years after the death of a Virginia state trooper, a foundation announced it would pay off the home mortgage for his wife and two children. → Read More

‘Breathtaking’: Organization pays off mortgage for fallen trooper’s family

Nearly six years after the death of a Virginia state trooper, a foundation announced it would pay off the home mortgage for his wife and two children. → Read More

‘Breathtaking’: Organization pays off mortgage for fallen trooper’s family

Nearly six years after the death of a Virginia state trooper, a foundation announced it would pay off the home mortgage for his wife and two children. → Read More

A look at Virginia’s new laws taking effect on July 1

Marijuana legalization, altered liquor laws and expanded voter access is hitting Virginia on July 1 as the commonwealth brings many new laws into effect. → Read More