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Sam Turken, WHRO. The federal eviction moratorium will continue for now pending an appeal by the Justice Department.

A court ruling striking down a national eviction moratorium could put pressure on Virginia officials to dole out more rental assistance.

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The bipartisan provision was added to a larger criminal justice bill in the state Senate.

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The program includes $16 billion for qualifying live music venues, event promoters, independent theaters and museums. 

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Recent measures allow some workers to easily claim worker's compensation benefits if infected with COVID-19 at work. But those changes leave out thousands of other low-paid frontline workers.

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More than 60% of people believe that climate change, heavy rainfall and sea level rise already seriously impact Virginia. 

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Sailors on Hampton Roads Navy bases are enjoying relaxed COVID-19 restrictions after authorities lower health protection status.

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Eastern Virginia is home to about 7,000 Indian Americans, many of whom are desperately trying to help family members weather a devastating coronavirus outbreak. 

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The marquees at Portsmouth schools have gotten a little more bold lately as they try to recapture the friendly rivalries lost to the pandemic.

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