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Photo courtesy of NASA. Mary Jackson started as a human computer at NASA, doing complicated math in a segregated wing of the Langley location.

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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The Elizabeth River Project's new headquarters will feature wetlands and native trees that soak up floodwater and create wildlife habitat.

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According to an enrollment report, Tidewater Community College is anticipating a 32% drop in enrollment.

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WHRO Public Media shares these resources to raise awareness and foster dialogue about race in America.

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Gov. Ralph Northam's office says the state will roll out a rent relief program next week. 

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After three long months, the Chrysler Museum has opened its doors--and there's new art inside.

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Southeast Newport News, like many majority black communities, is still impacted by decades of formal and informal housing policy and practice that kept black people separate from white people.

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