Henry Graff

Henry Graff

Reporter

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

Steady stream of voters as early voting kicks off in Virginia

  Richmond couple says police would not investigate alleged hit-and-run

  Indecision 2020: What to expect about ballot returns on Election Night

  Northam: State is prepared for unprecedented election and absentee voting

  Richmond-area American Red Cross deploys to help with wildfire and hurricane disaster relief

  Presidential campaigns take to virtual courting of Virginia voters

  New program offers stable housing for RPS students and families

  Mayor Stoney announces partnership for emergency child care operations for parents

  Absentee voting in Virginia and what you need to know before Election Day

  Central Virginia voter registrars put out call for younger poll workers ahead of Election Day

  Central Virginia voter registrars address concerns, challenges with General Assembly changes to election

  Northam: No changes to COVID-19 restrictions in state ahead of Labor Day weekend

  Governor Northam announces $4 million to help Virginians facing evictions

  General Assembly passes bills to make absentee voting easier

  Richmond Public Schools working on Chromebook conundrum

  Richmond Mayor responds to calls for monument removal contract investigation

  Northam: Budget shortfall could have been worse, General Assembly special session gets underway

  USPS mail delay concerns have voters asking about Election Day voting

  Richmond-area music venues urge Congress to ‘Save Our Stages'

  VDH and Attorney General weighing legal options over Mechanicsville restaurant defiance

  Mayor Stoney renews push for legalizing marijuana in letter to General Assembly

  Admitted KKK leader who drove through crowd of protesters found guilty on multiple charges

  Richmond-area foster program doubling youth program size

  Virginia lawmakers meet for final police reform talks before special session starts

  Richmond’s Mayor dedicates $1 million in CARES Act funding to forgivable small business loans

  Virginia lawmakers meet to discuss police training and mandatory minimum sentencing

  Contact tracing driving Virginia Governor’s COVID-19 watch

  Judge: No immediate ruling on Robert E. Lee statue removal

  Virginia lawmakers press VSP Superintendent on policy reform

Richmond School Board to debate school resource officer policy