Andrew Webb

Multimedia Journalist

Charlottesville, Va.

Andrew Webb graduated from Virginia Tech in May 2020 with a degree in Multimedia Journalism and a concentration in sports media and analytics. He joined the NBC29 team three days following his virtual graduation in May 2020.

During his time in Blacksburg, Andrew was a student-athlete playing on the Virginia Tech Baseball team as a catcher. He was once selected as the “Virginia Tech Athlete of the Week.”

Also while at Tech, Andrew completed two internships at WDBJ7 and WFXR Sports in Roanoke.

Andrew was born and raised in Manassas, Virginia but is no stranger to Charlottesville. His family roots run deep in Albemarle County. In fact, the Moss Vestibule in the UVA School of Nursing is named after his great-grandmother, Amelie Preddy Moss, who graduated from the Nursing School in 1937.

Outside of work, Andrew loves to attend country music concerts, attempt to play the guitar, and watch his favorite teams break his heart every season, with the exception of the annual Commonwealth Cup.

Andrew is living proof that Hokies can have a love and appreciation for Charlottesville and central Virginia.


Recent Articles by Andrew

Shuttered Venue Operators Grant struggles with amount of applications

UVA basketball legend part of team taking over The White Spot restaurant

Carter Mountain Orchard kicking off 2021 spring season

UVA Law Professor writes casebook on policing laws

Real estate market continuing to boom, spurring buyer frustration

Devils Backbone brewing March Madness themed beer

Stray bullet almost hits sleeping child

Better Busines Bureau is warning of new Facebook scam

BBB gives tips for planning weddings during pandemic

Monticello hosts panel discussion for descendants of the enslaved

Charlottesville musician takes to front lawns for Valentine’s Day serenades

Mail delays causing missed bills and payments

Pete Snyder enters race for governor

Virginia experiencing low flu season

UVA adds five names to Memorial To Enslaved Laborers

VHSL gives update on high school sports

BBB of Central Virginia offers tips for returning holiday gifts

UVA Biocomplexity Institute predicts future of COVID-19

Louisa man, asking for help from the community, looks to warn others about kidney failure

Hand-held device while driving law enforced starting January 1, 2021

Better Business Bureau warning people of potential COVID-19 vaccine scams

Funeral home business deals with COVID-19 restrictions

UVA Basketball fans supporting the team from home this season

UVA student-athletes set university record in Graduation Success Rate

UVA research assesses COVID-19 death toll in the United States

VHSL has final approval for return to sports

PVCC offering free spring 2021 tuition, fees to people affected by COVID-19

UVA School of Medicine makes new discovery on how viruses infect cells

Virginia Democrats take part in health care town hall

“At Ready” Statue in Albemarle County comes down