Ashley Hendricks, NBC12 WWBT Richmond

Ashley Hendricks

NBC12 WWBT Richmond

Richmond, VA, United States

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Recent:
  • NBC12 WWBT Richmond
  • NBC29
Past:
  • WHSVnews
  • WDBJ7
  • WBTW News 13
  • CBS 17
  • newsobserver.com

Recent articles by Ashley:

‘Just heartbreaking’: RACC rescues nearly 60 animals from ‘horrific’ conditions

A deplorable discovery revealed nearly 60 animals were battered and cooped up inside a home in Richmond.19 dogs, 33 cats, a pot belly big, a rabbit, a turtle, and a racoon were rescued from the home Friday night and immediately taken into care at Richmond Animal Care and Control. → Read More

Remnants from Hurricane Ian providing much-needed rain to Central Virginia

The remnants of Hurricane Ian seen across central Virginia Friday could do the region a some good. Parts of Virginia have been desperate for rain for over a month now. The Richmond-Metro area has suffered moderate drought conditions all September, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association → Read More

Remnants from Hurricane Ian providing much-needed rain to Central Virginia

The remnants of Hurricane Ian seen across central Virginia Friday could do the region a some good. Parts of Virginia have been desperate for rain for over a month now. The Richmond-Metro area has suffered moderate drought conditions all September, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association → Read More

Virginia Red Cross volunteers on the front lines of Hurricane Ian relief

Over a dozen Virginia volunteers are prepared to stay weeks to help with recovery efforts in southwest Florida. American Red Cross officials report over 10,000 people are housed in shelters across the state. → Read More

Youngkin proposes $400M in tax relief in next budget

Governor Glenn Youngkin is proposing nearly $400 million in tax relief in the next budget. He’s touting a record year for Virginia’s economy as one reason why the state can afford it. → Read More

Groups offer $1M in cannabis scholarships to Virginia students

Eligible students can receive a one-time $1,000 scholarship though the program. Silva says low-income students who are disproportionately impacted by marijuana can benefit while boosting their local economy. → Read More

Groups offer $1M in cannabis scholarships to Virginia students

Eligible students can receive a one-time $1,000 scholarship though the program. Silva says low-income students who are disproportionately impacted by marijuana can benefit while boosting their local economy. → Read More

Mother seeks justice after deadly hit-and-run in Richmond

A Richmond mother pleads for answers after a deadly hit-and-run claimed her daughter’s life. → Read More

99-year-old breaks world records at USMS National Championships in Chesterfield

Willard Lamb stands out as the oldest swimmer at the U.S. Masters Swimming Summer Nationals Championship hosted at SwimRVA. → Read More

‘It is very alarming’: U.S. military struggles to meet FY22 recruitment goal

Every branch of the military is struggling to meet recruitment goals this year. This year’s rate is the lowest it’s been since U.S. troops returned home from Vietnam in 1973. → Read More

Sports tournaments pushing RVA’s tourism to record-breaking levels

Richmond is seeing more visitors now than ever before. Richmond Region Tourism says it’s been a record-breaking year despite challenges we’ve seen with inflation. → Read More

Homes sales in Virginia see sharpest decline since the pandemic

As prices soar, many are “pressing pause” on searching for a new home. Ryan Price, president of Virginia Realtors, says home sales dropped over 19% last month compared to June 2021. → Read More

Homes sales in Virginia see sharpest decline since the pandemic

As prices soar, many are “pressing pause” on searching for a new home. Ryan Price, president of Virginia Realtors, says home sales dropped over 19% last month compared to June 2021. → Read More

Crisis centers face staffing shortages amid ‘988′ launch

The 10-digit hotline will drop to 9-8-8, connecting callers with local crisis centers. But experts worry those centers won’t be able to handle the expected increase in calls. → Read More

RFD releases 31-page report of fire investigation at Fox Elementary

Six months after the enormous fire consumed William Fox Elementary School, the report into the investigation was made public. → Read More

Virginians break travel rates for Independence Day weekend

More Virginians are taking to the roads instead of flying for the Fourth of July weekend, despite high gas prices. → Read More

Cleanup efforts underway across central Virginia after damaging storm

Cleanup efforts underway across central Virginia after damaging storm → Read More

Copycat THC products to be banned in Virginia starting July 1

Copycat THC products will soon become illegal in Virginia. → Read More

250 backpacks with food donated to Boys and Girls Club Metro Richmond

Two hundred and fifty kids with the Richmond Boys and Girls Club brought home an extra backpack with food Wednesday. → Read More

Annual radiothon working to send kids to summer camp

Annual radiothon working to send kids to summer camp → Read More