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.
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Artists throughout the Central Virginia will soon have a new place to display their artwork in a secret location. Great Graphics Framing Shop is using its extra space to turn part of the shop into a speakeasy.
Everyone in the state of Virginia is now mandated to wear a mask to help fight the spread of the coronavirus. However, wearing those masks can often cause irritation to the skin, especially wearing them long periods of time.
Businesses across Virginia are welcoming customers back for Phase One of Governor Northam’s reopening plan. Wineries are allowing people back on the property and expect business to pick up in the coming weeks.
It’s going to feel like a very long and hot summer for people wanting to take a dip at the beach. The Albemarle County Parks and Recreation Department say it is staffing issues amid the pandemic that caused the decision to keep beaches closed.
A graduating Charlottesville high school senior got a special surprise. Friends, family, and members of the Big Brothers, Big Sisters program participated in a drive-by parade to celebrate the accomplishment.