Henry Graff

Henry Graff


Richmond, Va.

Henry Graff joined the NBC12 news team in January 2020. He currently reports on the city of Richmond during the week on NBC12 and CW Richmond.

Before coming to Richmond, Henry spent more than 16 years reporting for NBC29 in Charlottesville. While there, he reported on a number of stories in our commonwealth, up and down the East Coast and around the world. Henry has been to Haiti numerous times since the devastating earthquake there. He has reported from Charlottesville's sister city in West Africa and from Nicaragua.

He has also followed Charlottesville firefighters to Ground Zero, picked vegetables with former first lady Michelle Obama at the White House, and reported from the Outer Banks during Hurricane Earl in 2009.

Henry is originally from Philadelphia. When he's not chasing down a story, Henry enjoys cooking and reading. He is also an avid runner.

Recent Articles by Henry

  Richmond Convention Center to be used as field hospital in COVID-19 response

  Governor Northam: ‘Virginia is basically on its own’ in COVID-19 fight

  Attorney gets client out of jail over COVID-19 concerns; state pushes effort

  'We need direction from Washington’: Gov. Northam asks for federal help with COVID-19 testing, supply shortage

  Richmond Police step up enforcement over COVID-19 orders

  Governor Northam: COVID-19 pandemic will last months, not weeks

  What businesses are essential and non-essential?

  Virginia addresses COVID-19 testing kit shortage, hopes to ramp up testing

More than 16,000 people applied for unemployment benefits in one day, state announces

  State measures to address COVID-19 include increased access to health care, support for businesses & suspension of motor vehicle inspections

Lt. Gov. Fairfax sends letter to Northam urging for more restrictions amid COVID-19 outbreak

  Northam, health commissioner issue public health emergency to enforce 10-patron limit

  Virginia daycare operations ordered to follow crowd control order

Richmond’s Mayor addresses emergency meeting of city council over COVID-19 concerns.

Richmond Mayor says city is prepared for coronavirus

  It’s a wrap: Virginia lawmakers look back on 2020 session

  Richmond Mayor unveils $782.6 million budget

Charges against Richmond carjacking suspect certified

  Virginia State Police: $55 million needed to correct pay issues

  Virginia Defense Force joins election cybersecurity fight

  Bernie Sanders rallies thousands in Richmond ahead of Super Tuesday

  Richmond mayor candidate Kim Gray talks politics, campaign and priorities

  Virginia State Police push for electronic ticketing system to save time and lives

  Parking problems plague parts of Manchester

  Richmond casino concerns meeting set for Thursday night

  Groups battle over Virginia values in pending LGBTQ legislation

Richmond City Councilor Kim Gray to run for mayor, sources say

  Sen. Amanda Chase launches 2021 governor bid

  Richmond public housing authority hopes renovations will create better place for families

Virginia superintendents plead for more funding in news conference