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.
A Richmond couple, involved in an alleged hit and run, says they were left to foot a hefty repair bill. It comes after a surprising response from the Richmond Police Department about why they weren’t going to investigate at all.
Between mandatory intelligent mail barcodes on absentee envelopes to finding the right drop boxes, those in charge of this year's unprecedented presidential election say they need answers to get things ready in time.
Richmond City Councilor Kim Gray, who is running against Stoney for mayor this fall, sent a letter to the Richmond City Commonwealth’s Attorney asking for an investigation, and if appropriate, any potential criminal charges.
Virginia’s governor says the Trump administration appears to be trying to suppress the vote this November. Now Ralph Northam and voter registrars across the state are fielding plenty of questions about mail delays and what it could mean for the election.