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Courtesy of John D. Rockefeller Jr. Library/Colonial Williamsburg. William & Mary officials say the building is likely the oldest structure still in existence in the U.S. that was dedicated to the education of Black children.

After more than a decade of research, academics identified a small white building on William & Mary's campus that a school for enslaved children.

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A new study finds flood insurance rates should increase more than 800% in some cities to more accurately reflect flood risk. 

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Researchers found evidence of human remains at the original site of Williamsburg's First Baptist Church.

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Are we alone in the universe? A team of NASA scientists, including a Hampton University grad, are hoping to find the answers.

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Virginia Beach native Will Overman's debut album, "The Winemaker's Daughter," is out now.

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St. Paul's residents and housing advocates filed the lawsuit in January 2020.

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An enigmatic civil rights figure claimed to have formed a secret society in 1842 to help enslaved people in Princess Anne County. Now, WHRO needs your help to uncover the details.

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