Terrance Dixon is a digital multi-media journalist and photojournalist for NBC12 and CW Richmond.
Terrance is a Virginia native who grew up in the small town of Mathews County. He graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University with a bachelor's degree in Broadcast Journalism.
Terrance has a huge passion for sports and entertainment news. He has interviewed several influential people such as Hall of Famer Ralph Sampson, civil rights leader Al Sharpton, and former WNBA player Jessie Hicks. Terrance is active across several social media platforms. He has launched a successful podcast and YouTube Channel where he tackles the latest news and entertainment with a fresh and humorous perspective.
While Terrance started his career as a photojournalist in Charlottesville, Virginia he is no stranger to reporting. Prior to graduating from VCU, Terrance had the pleasure of anchoring and reporting throughout the greater Richmond area for WCVW-PBS.
When he’s not working you can find Terrance in the gym (playing basketball or working out) or rooting for one of his favorite sports teams (Redskins, Duke, & Detroit Pistons).
The pain at the pump is starting to ease a bit for the first time in days, as most Virginia gas stations are pumping out fuel again. But patience is still a must as 45% of gas pumps are still running on “E.”
Students and community members took to the streets to protest plans for a new school in Richmond. But this protest wasn’t against building a new George Wythe High, it was against how the school board plans to do it.
In the past few weeks, Richmond has seen an uptick in gun violence but in the wake of all of this, florist Andrea Chiles is doing what she can to bring peace by leaving “wreaths” for those who are mourning.
In the next 2 months, the Scotts Addition area may be getting a new addition as Movieland at Boulevard Square in Richmond is looking to build a drive-in movie theater in the parking lot of its Richmond theater complex at 1301 N. Arthur Ashe Boulevard.
Starting Jan. 4 those phone lines will act as a 24/7 “call for justice” as the Latinos in Virginia Empowerment Center is launching their new Hotline for Spanish-speaking victims of violence and injustice.
There’s no denying that this year has been tough but for several Richmond families, it was all smiles as four friends donated Christmas gifts to two dozen children in Richmond’s 5th district as Christmas came early this year.
Stress from the pandemic has taken a toll on the mental health of millions of people and now it’s time for the holidays. Virginia Medical Center experts say managing the season will look a lot different this year.
Starting Nov. 2 you can make a child’s Christmas special by adopting an angel from the Salvation Army Angel Tree program. Angel Tree is a Christmas tradition for thousands of families in Central Virginia, but it’s going to be a bit different due to the ongoing pandemic.