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Photo by WHRO. The WHRO TV tower in Suffolk stands 1,265 feet tall. A helicopter made working on it much easier.

WHRO Public Media used a helicopter to help change antennas on its television tower. The FCC says the hard work will pay off.

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Although the Fourth of July is typically a big day for live music, don’t expect bands to be moving inside for shows just yet.

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The Virginia Community Flood Preparedness Fund could provide cities with tens of millions of dollars to adapt to sea level rise. 

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Quraishia Ford

Young African American doctors say they hope to change the lack of access to medicine in underserved communities. But many say the system that trains them also alienates them.

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Veterans run a higher risk of developing this serious disease of the nervous system, but help is available.

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According to one activist, the pandemic has challenged military families already overloaded by U.S. operations overseas.

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Hampton native Mary Jackson featured in the "Hidden Figures" book and movie.

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In his last regular briefing on COVID-19, Gov. Ralph Northam reviewed coronavirus numbers, announced assistance programs for housing and energy bills, and turned the tables on reporters, asking them a series of trivia questions related to the last few months.

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