Curt Autry is the anchor for NBC12 News at 4, 5, 6 and 11 p.m.
Autry is a 14-time Emmy winner, a nationally published author, a well known animal advocate and served three terms as regional Vice President of the National Capital Chesapeake Bay Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. He has been a fixture on Richmond television for more than 20 years. Curt started his broadcasting career in Dallas, Texas and has also anchored newscasts in Oklahoma City and Raleigh.
He is a married, father of three and just recently - a grand dad.
14 Emmy awards
Several National Literary awards
Numerous AP and UPI awards
Style Weekly: Voted Best Local News Anchor five years in a row, (2014-2018)
Richmond Times Dispatch: Voted Best Local News Anchor/TV Personality 3 years in a row (2016-2018)
Richmond Magazine: Numerous Reader’s Choice Awards, including Best person to run for Mayor - but never will, Local TV Personality who does most for the community, Richmonder you’d like to eat dinner with, Local TV Anchor who could go toe to toe with Charlie Rose, and most Indispensible Social Media Account.
Just before sun up, on a cold crisp winter morning, deep in the woods of Disputanta - a few hundred deer hunters gathered with a singular mindset, they're here to bag a big buck. But truthfully, there is a deeper purpose.
A local multi-millionaire continues to help struggling families get back on their feet - by offering to pay for one thing that would turn their lives around. Today, it's a decorated paratrooper of the 82nd Airborne.
Kids at Meadowbrook High School in Chesterfield received a powerful lecture from someone not that far removed from high school, a young woman whose life has been irreversibly altered by a drunk driver behind the wheel.
About eight out of every 100 women experience vaginal pain so intense that intimacy is out of the question. To make matters worse, many are so embarrassed by it, they're unwilling to talk about it, even with their doctor.