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

  Memorial service, rally held for 18-year old shot by police

  Dog recovering after being found starved, abandoned in Richmond dumpster

  ‘Today is the beginning of a new era’: Outlook on impact of Biden-Harris administration

  Businesses, police by Virginia State Capitol prepare for potential weekend threats

  Governor Northam considering year-round schooling for Virginia students

  VDH recommends skipping big parties to celebrate New Year’s safely

  U.S. Postal Service customers grow frustrated as packages go undelivered

  Demand on food banks even greater after holidays

  Police: 19-year-old charged after 2 men shot in Henrico

  A look at the everyday plight of health care workers

  Richmond’s graffitied Robert E. Lee monument makes cover of National Geographic

  ‘Worst accident I have seen in a long time’: Witness describes Thanksgiving crash that killed two

  400 people tested for COVID-19 in Richmond drive-thru event

  How the ‘We Care RVA Rebuild Project’ has helped small businesses

  Black Friday yields smaller crowds

  Giving Heart Community Thanksgiving Feast goes curbside

  Police offer tips on how to stay safe while during selling app exchanges

  TSA, airline industry experts outline safety measure ahead of holiday travel

  Virginia 30 Day Fund looks to help 1,000 small businesses by end of year

  Restaurants prepare outdoor patios for winter months

  How the 2020 election will impact the economy amid the COVID-19 pandemic

Groups react to Pope Francis’ endorsement of same-sex civil unions

  Non-profits hold bone marrow donor drive to help ill toddler

  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