Lottye Lockhart

Lottye Lockhart

Charlottesville, Va.

Lottye joined the NBC 29 news team in July of 2018. She is thrilled to be back where she was raised after graduating from George Mason University with a degree in communication.

Lottye created the public relations team at the George Mason Office of Student Media, and reported on the Women's March and a visit by Alicia Boe of the Netflix series "13 Reasons Why." She also served as a White House intern and an actress at the Workhouse Arts Theater in Lorton.

When she isn't talking to people, Lottye loves to work on her bullet journal, play music, and dance.


Recent Articles by Lottye

  New bridge in Shenandoah National Park helps people & fish

  Allens Scottish Shortbread to be offered on QVC

  UVA Hospital Auxiliary holds annual Lights of Love ceremony

  Record-breaking hiker speaks at St. Anne’s-Belfield School’s Healthfest

  ‘Three Phantoms in Concert’ at the Charlottesville Opera to highlight Broadway artists

  Signs reminding folks not to climb on Freedom of Speech Wall

  Marvin Farm in Albemarle County helps area students with literacy

  Judge overrules Albemarle County’s business tax arguments against a writer

  New e-scooters rule in Charlottesville includes $50 fine

Charlottesville event focuses on importance of early childhood services

  Fourth-year UVA student works to make grounds more accessible

  Charlottesville crews working to remove graffiti on Confederate statues

  Proposed “Camp Champion” brewery and tasting room causes concerns with neighbors

  Groups partnering, hope to boost pet adoption

  Central Virginia woman graduates from Family Treatment Court program

  A.C. Moore to close all stores

  Albemarle students take on teachers in annual Turkey Bowl flag football game

  Man accused of abducting teen now facing sex crime charges

  It may only be fall, but winter preparations are underway in Charlottesville

  Company and nonprofit team up to help Keswick family stay warm

  Center for Nonprofit Excellence hosts annual celebration of philanthropy

  Charges suspended as prosecutors ask for more time in Cox, Eppard Case

  Charity works with area church to organize ‘Operation Christmas Child’