Enzo Domingo

Enzo Domingo

Reporter

Enzo comes to Richmond by way of Jersey City, NJ.

His news career originally started behind the camera as a Studio Director for News 12 New Jersey. After a few years behind the control room panels, he decided to pursue his goal of becoming a storyteller, and worked his way to becoming a freelance Multimedia Journalist for News 12 The Bronx/Brooklyn.

Enzo's second reporter position landed him as a New Jersey-based MMJ for Verizon FiOS 1 News, where he covered hyper-local stories both up and down the Garden State, including the 2016 Hoboken Train Crash.

In between his various broadcast news jobs, he has taken gigs on film and television sets around the New York City-New Jersey area, fueled by his love for movies.

Enzo is excited to join the NBC12 News Team and to call Richmond 'home'. In his spare time, he likes to watch movies or hit the gym.

Education:

  • Rutgers University-Newark, BA in Video Production

Recent Articles by Enzo

  City planning commission delays vote on proposal regarding Lee Circle medians

  Blind woman killed in overnight house fire in Richmond

  Youth therapy program expands to more schools in Richmond

  Youth sports academy struggles during pandemic

  Richmond Police Chief says major crimes down overall in 2020

  Hopewell artists’ works to be displayed on billboards

  Geese in Byrd Park are here to stay... at least for now

  Coronavirus pandemic affecting Halloween 2020

  Richmond private schools close after students test positive for COVID-19 following weekend house party

  Salvation Army to start Christmas donations early

  VIDEO: Virginia bus passenger robbed while having heart attack; suspect in custody

  Henrico man recounts helping with rescue efforts on 9/11

Victims remembered, first responders honored during Richmond 9/11 memorial ceremony

  Hacking concerns in the age of virtual learning

  Man arrested, suspected of multiple attacks on women around Richmond, Henrico

  The Valentine museum puts in bid for Jefferson Davis statue

  Non-profits launch grant program for small businesses

  Virginia animal shelters rescue 130 cats, dogs from Texas ahead of Hurricane Laura

  Police investigate multiple homicides overnight in Richmond

  Chesterfield police arrest 2 in connection to shooting death of 18-year-old

  ‘Everybody is tired, frustrated’: Family working to rebuild after house floods three times in three days

  Storms bring down trees, flood roads in Central Virginia

  Central Virginia campuses reopen with new safety measures

  ‘We’ve had the busiest week’: Flood mitigation crews deal with second surge

  Police identify remains found at Chesterfield landfill in 1986 as 16-year-old girl

  Overcrowding at James River leads to parking issues

  Days of heavy rain cause flooding problems for Richmond residents

  Northern Neck residents pick up the pieces after Isaias

  Dominion Energy prepares for Isaias

  Virginia preparing for Isaias in the midst of COVID-19