Moriah Davis

Moriah Davis

Reporter

Charlottesville, Va.

Moriah joined NBC29 as a reporter in July 2018 after graduating from Hampton University with a degree in broadcast journalism and a minor in liberal arts. She is originally from Hampton, Virginia and is happy to be reporting in a place close to home.

During her time at the real HU, she was a member of the National Association for Black Journalists, and was a member of the Kappa Tau Alpha Honor Society.

Moriah also wrote scripts for the student-run news station WHOV and did a full-time internship with WAVY TV 10 in Portsmouth, Virginia.

When not looking for her next story, you can find her exploring the beautiful city of Charlottesville or at the gym.

Feel free to reach out to Moriah with story ideas or just for a chat by email mdavis@nbc29.com or on twitter at @MDavisReports.


Recent Articles by Moriah

Great Graphics Framing Shop turning part of basement into speakeasy

Charlottesville Parks and Recreation launches free bike rental program for the summer

  People gather in Charlottesville at rally to support LGBTQ community

  Cville Plans Together asks for community feedback for affordability and equity

  UVA releases update for Fall 2020, students and businesses react

  Activists react to Governor Northam’s proposal to make Juneteenth a paid state holiday

  Albemarle County districts change voting locations due to COVID-19 concerns

  Charlottesville Brooks Family YMCA offering in-person summer camp for kids

  Health department offers tips for community to stay safe while protesting for racial justice

  100 Black Men of Central Virginia hosts town hall for youth to discuss criminal justice system

  Charlottesville black-owned businesses thrive in wake of the ‘Black Lives Matter’ movement

  People gather at free speech wall in Charlottesville for peaceful prayer vigil

  Black Lives Matter protesters rally, march in Charlottesville

  Initial and current Civilian Review Board members speak about next steps

  Nonprofit organizes tribute to front line workers at Sentara Martha Jefferson Hospital

  Live music returns to Whiskey Jar on Charlottesville’s Downtown Mall

  Charlottesville businesses participate in Blackout Tuesday to support ‘Black Lives Matter’

  Charlottesville’s Friendship Court neighborhood receives free rent in June

  Protesters in Charlottesville make their voices heard in honor of George Floyd

  Dermatologist gives some tips on how to avoid skin irritation while wearing masks

  UVA students react to classes potentially resuming on grounds in the fall

  Albemarle County buffet dishes out hot meals for frontline workers with new program

Citizens react to Governor Northam’s statewide mask mandate

  Charlottesville special education teacher receives bachelor’s degree while overcoming tragic loss

  Horton Vineyards expects more business in the coming weeks of Phase One

Mason’s Toy Box surprises young boy battling brain cancer with gifts

  Albemarle County food pantry lacking meat donations during COVID-19

Albemarle County beaches remain closed throughout the summer due to staffing issues

Charlottesville City Council holds virtual public hearing for fiscal year 2020-2021 budget

Big Brothers, Big Sisters program surprises graduating senior with drive-by parade