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Photo by Benjamin Faust/Unsplash. The backlog of disability claims filed in Virginia with the Department of Veterans Affairs increased by 20% over the last two months.

The Department of Veterans Affairs expected a surge in claims -- and in the growing backlog. Over the last two months, they've piled up.

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The family of Donovon Lynch called once again for the Department of Justice to step in and investigate the 25-year-old’s death, after the announcement that the officer who shot Lynch won't face criminal charges.

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Beach Commonwealth’s Attorney Colin Stolle made the announcement this afternoon at a press conference.

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The City of Norfolk, along with its housing authority and the federal Department of Housing and Urban Development, have settled a federal lawsuit over the ongoing redevelopment of the St. Paul’s area.

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School district officials say they must watch the weather and often alter school bus routes when streets flood.

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Karen Joyner, CEO of the Virginia Peninsula Foodbank, said the pandemic cut food donations by nearly a third last year.

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The Boomer Family Tree Farm will open this December after nearly 8 years in the making. The grand opening coincides with a global shortage of real and artificial Christmas trees.

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With support from Virginia Humanities, WHRO investigated the social network around Willis Hodges to discover clues about that society for a podcast called The Secret War of Willis Hodges.

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