Olivia Ugino

Olivia Ugino

Reporter

Olivia Ugino joined the NBC12 team in September 2018 as a general assignment reporter. This is her first time living in the South since she was 3! Olivia spent much of her life moving around and is thrilled to now call central Virginia home!

Olivia spent the first nine months of her career as a multi-media journalist and fill-in anchor at WWNY in Watertown, NY—which is about 50 miles from the Canadian border. She then trekked about an hour south to Syracuse, NY (Go, Orange!) to work as a multi-media journalist/anchor.

Olivia attended the State University of New York (SUNY) at Oswego, where she studied journalism and political science. She spent all four years working for her college television station, WTOP-10 TV; her senior year she acted as the station’s News Director. She also had numerous internships at Fox News Channel, in New York City, Spectrum News Albany, CNYCentral, and WRVO.

She lives with her tiger cat, Wolf, and loves to take road trips, workout, and try new foods.


Recent Articles by Olivia

  12 adults, 17 children displaced from apartment fire pleading for help

  AAA: ‘3/4 of Americans will stay home,’ holiday travel expected to be down 30%

  Shipping mayhem as Christmas Day approaches

‘We are very concerned’: Richmond Health District looks toward impact of COVID-19 from holiday season

  Woman raises over $300 for RAL by selling calendar of 16-year-old cat

  Chesterfield Schools showing drastic increase of failing middle, high school students

  To gather or not to gather? Looking ahead to the Christmas holiday

  Churches juggle holiday season with coronavirus restrictions

  Virginia’s McAuliffe makes gubernatorial bid official, releases education plan

  ‘They want to get 30%’: Restaurant owner says third-party apps charge hefty fees

  101 COVID-19 cases reported in the past month at Bon Air long-term care facility

  Richmond SPCA, local charities gear up for Giving Tuesday

  Fire safety tips for holiday decorating

  Restaurant making changes on Thanksgiving; general manager expects business to be down

  Chesterfield County Public Schools will return to virtual learning next week

  Chesterfield County’s 7-day average of COVID-19 cases slightly increases

  AAA says 84% of Virginians are not traveling for Thanksgiving

  COVID-19 causing families to change their holiday meal plans

  With flu season right around the corner, health professionals urge flu shots to avoid possible ‘twindemic’

  Richmond Health director says we could see COVID vaccine as early as end of December

  ‘It’s about 10-12% of our weekly sales’: Restaurants prepare for new restrictions

  96-year-old WWII Chesterfield veteran reflects on time in war

  Byrd Theatre announces it will be open to the public at Christmastime

  ‘Tears were just flowing:’ Richmond NAACP president talks Kamala Harris’ historic win

  Hopewell students go virtual after COVID-19 exposure

  Getting a pulse of the election at the ‘Pulse’ bus stop

  Voters cast their ballots with coronavirus safety precautions in place

  Last-minute voting reminders for Election Day

  How you can vote on Election Day

  Virginia absentee voting numbers over 4 times higher than 2016 election