Annie Schroeder joined the NBC29 team as a reporter in June 2018. Annie received a degree in media studies from Radford University.
Annie got her start in journalism during her time at Radford University. She was the executive producer for the university's student-run TV station Radford On Camera (ROC-TV). She was also a reporter and associate managing editor of Radford University's student newspaper The Tartan.
During her college career she also completed 2 internships with WDBJ-7 in Roanoke, Virginia.
Annie was born and raised outside Washington, D.C. and is a die-hard Washington Capitals fan.
When not working you can find her walking on the Downtown Mall with her Corgi puppy, Penny.
Annie is excited to make Charlottesville her new home and to connect with viewers.
Louisa County has a new sheriff with a fresh focus. Now that he has officially taken office, Donald “Donnie” Lowe is looking at new ways to implement community policing initiatives across Louisa County.
Multiple fire agencies responded to a blaze in Louisa County on Thursday. Crews arrived on the scene at Audreys Lane around 4 p.m. to find two cars, an RV, a jet ski and an acre of wooded area engulfed.
A proposed ordinance in Albemarle County could change the rules about walking your four-legged friend without a leash. The potential changes are leaving some area hunt club members concerned about the fate of their sport.
On Friday, Governor Ralph Northam announced his proposed budget will include $92 million in new funding to address housing affordability, eviction rates, and supportive housing throughout the commonwealth.