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Holly Henry is the morning Online Producer for WTKR and WGNT.

Growing up in Virginia Beach, Holly has a passion for what's going on in Hampton Roads. She graduated from Radford University, Magna Cum Laude, with a major in Media Studies, a minor in English, and a concentration in Journalism. Holly interned at WTKR in Norfolk the summer before graduating from Radford.

Holly has always been interested in writing, and media. After graduation, she moved from Radford, Va. back to Virginia Beach, where she became a promotions assistant, and overnight announcer at FM99/106.9 The Fox, WNOR/WAFX in Chesapeake, Va. She also helped produce for the radio station's website there. In October of 2009, Holly accepted an offer from WTKR to be the nightside Online Producer. Since then, Holly has made the transition to morning Online Producer.

Aside from journalism, another love of hers is the beach. Holly enjoys running at the Virginia Beach Oceanfront, practicing yoga, and stand-up paddleboarding. Holly's life wouldn't be complete without spending time with family, friends, and of course with her pets, Browning and Me-mow (Australian Shepherd and house cat). Holly is proud to be a VB local - and lover of the ocean.

Find Holly on Twitter @mediaholly

"We are trying to both break news and deliver original analysis, and at the same time, curate the web."

Recent Articles
  • Photo: Virginia Lottery

    Hampton man wins $100,000 from Scratcher

    Hampton, Va. – A Hampton man is the proud winner of the top prize in Jewel 7’s game, according to Virginia Lottery officials. John Campbell may have never been so happy to see a Monday. The Hampton man had a Virginia Lottery Scratcher ticket worth $100,000, and he couldn’t wait for the Lottery customer service center on Mercury Blvd. to open Monday morning so he could collect his prize, officials say. Campbell won the top prize in the Jewel 7’s […]

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    One arrested, one still wanted for stealing puppy from Newport News Wawa

    Newport News, Va. – Police have arrested a teen for grand larceny of an animal, according to police. Police are still searching for another suspect wanted for the same crime who remains at large, officials tell NewsChannel 3. Police say surveillance cameras at the Wawa store located on Warwick Blvd. captured both suspects in plain sight stealing a puppy. The puppy was a husky, police say, and was returned to the owner the next day after being found not too far […]

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    Investigators examine possible connection between Jesse Matthew Jr. and murdered woman found on mountain

    Campbell County, Va. – Sheriff’s investigators are working to determine whether Hannah Graham abduction suspect Jesse Matthew Jr. was involved in the 2009 murder of a Campbell County woman, according to a report from WTVR. The body of Cassandra Morton, 23, was found in November 2009 on Candlers Mountain in Lynchburg. Her death remains unsolved. “We had a conversation about that early on when we found out that he [Matthew] went to Liberty [University] and was familiar with the area,” […]

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    POLL: Skip meals and snack instead?

    How people eat is changing, according to a recent survey. Snacks are increasingly replacing meals, according to USA Today citing a recent study. The Nielsen Global Survey of Snacking found 45 percent of consumers use snacks as meal replacements — especially for breakfast. The survey also found Americans snack differently than the rest of the world, choosing “chips, chocolate, and cheese”. However, globally, most people snacked on chocolate, fruit, and vegetables, according to the report. Read more from USA Today, HERE. […]

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    Two wanted for stealing Sony PS3 video game system in Virginia Beach

    Virginia Beach, Va. – Police need help searching for suspects wanted for stealing a Sony PS3 video game system. The suspects pictured above entered the “GameStop” located at 4001 Virginia Beach Boulevard, #116, on Saturday, September 6, 2014 at approximately 3:00p.m. where police say they committed larceny. One of the suspects acted as a “lookout” while the other stole a Sony PS3 video game system. Police would like to point out the tattoo on the first suspect’s right arm. It appears the […]

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    Suffolk police investigate possible police impersonator

    Suffolk, Va. – Suffolk police are investigating after a woman told police she believes someone was attempting to impersonate a police officer when they tried to pull her over. On September 28, 2014 at 4:30 p.m., an officer responded to the 1st Precinct, located at 230 E. Washington Street, to speak with the victim regarding a claim of someone impersonating a police officer. Police investigated and found that she had been stopped on E. Pinner Street by a silver vehicle with blue […]

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    York Co. teen charged for allegedly killing classroom pet gerbil, officials say

    York County, Va. – A teen girl has been charged with cruelty to animals after authorities say she killed a classroom pet. On September 19, 2014, a 17-year-old girl, who is a student at Grafton High School, allegedly became upset and killed the classroom pet gerbil, according to Lt. Dennis Ivey of the York-Poquoson Sheriff’s Office. The teen has been charged with cruelty to animals, Lt. Ivey says. Stay with NewsChannel 3 as additional information may become available.

  • UPDATE: Trial date set for Suffolk mom accused of drinking and driving with child in car

    UPDATE: Susan Murphy’s trial date has been set for December 2, 2014 at 11 a.m. in Suffolk.  Suffolk, Va. – A mother who admitted she was drinking and took prescription pills before she crashed her car with her child inside is expected in court today. We’re expecting to learn how Susan Murphy plans to plea on the child abuse charge. This comes weeks after police initially charged the mother with drinking and driving. The Suffolk mother admitted to drinking alcohol […]

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    Brothers take once in a lifetime American road trip before going blind

    NEW YORK — Tod Purvis and his brother Justin knew that they were going blind. Both had been diagnosed with choroideremia, a rare genetic disorder that causes progressive vision loss and eventually leads to complete blindness. So six years ago, the brothers went on a road trip across the United States. A documentary about their journey, “Driving Blind,” was released this year after winning awards at independent film festivals in 2013. On the documentary’s website, the filmmakers had this to […]

  • E. Princess Anne Road in Norfolk reduced to one lane for up to three months

    Update: Orange barrels, construction crews, and lane dividers. It’s how the stretch of East Princess Anne road, stretching from Hansen to Cooke Avenues, could look for a year. A construction company says it will take approximately one year to transform an old abandoned building into an apartment complex. A spokesperson says they’re building 80-120 units. Part of the building collapsed a few weeks ago, causing the original closures. Now, they could be here to stay for a while. The two eastbound lanes […]

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    New Norfolk Walmart hiring up to 95 positions

    Norfolk, Va. – Walmart will hire up to 95 associates to work at the new Walmart Neighborhood Market slated to open late this fall in Norfolk, according to a release from Walmart. A temporary hiring center has opened at 5812 Poplar Hall Drive, Suite C. Applications will be accepted Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Interested applicants may also apply online at http://careers.walmart.com. Through Walmart’s Veterans Welcome Home Commitment, the company will offer a job to any qualified […]

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    Facebook ads now showing up across the Web

    NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — Facebook is expanding its advertising reach. The company launched a new line of business Monday that will display advertisements on sites across the Web on computers and mobile devices. The business is being run through Facebook’s Atlas unit, purchased from Microsoft in April of last year. Atlas head Erik Johnson said the platform offers an advantage for marketers over most current ad-serving systems, which rely on cookies. Cookies are used to track browsing on desktop computers, […]


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