Enzo Domingo

Enzo Domingo


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.


  • Rutgers University-Newark, BA in Video Production

Recent Articles by Enzo

  Governor Northam amends executive order to allow bar seating

  Gov. Northam signs marijuana legalization bill

  Fourth child, second woman dies from injuries in Chesterfield house fire

  New laws target housing discrimination

  12 separate shootings in Richmond result in 6 dead since Easter

  Virginia groups react to President Biden’s gun control measures

  Virginia lawmakers approve Northam’s push to speed up marijuana legalization

  Ad campaign hopes to appeal to vaccine skeptics

Live! Casino and Hotel holds info sessions for community

  Gov. Northam proposes legalizing marijuana this summer

Some restaurants thriving after going fully contactless

  Wildlife group rescues young owl after fall from nest

  Man charged with murder following fight, shooting in Colonial Heights

  CDC eases 6ft spacing in classrooms to 3ft for students

  Financial advisor gives tips on investing stimulus money

  RPS proposes more weeks, after school programs for 2021-2022 school year

  Wild coyote caught behind Carytown apartments

  Staffing company converting to remote work permanently

  Governor Northam views in-person learning methods in Louisa

  University of Richmond’s first Black president approaching last year of term

  Police: Woman shot, man arrested after I-95 shooting in Chesterfield

  Witnesses recap deadly shooting that left one teen dead, another hurt

  American Red Cross urges you to help any way that you can

  ‘It’s a tremendous inconvenience’: Couple going on a week without power

  Overnight warming center to open as thousands remain without power in Dinwiddie

  Hotels expect high demand as second ice storm approaches

  Hotels fill up as people seek refuge from power outages

  More winter weather expected, power crews stand ready

  Vaccine pre-registration confirmation system launches in Chesterfield

  Woman uses Richmond Ambulance Authority training to save infant son