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Photo from ODU. A new law provides in-state tuition for families of veterans who died or have been disabled.

Children and spouses of veterans who have died or been disabled can now pay in-state tuition at public universities. Local students will feel the impact.

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The plan is supposed to guide state and local officials as they consider projects to keep areas dry.

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Andre Douglas joins the first group of new astronauts in four years.

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There are more than a million septic systems statewide. The rising seas threaten many of them.

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Columnist Gordon Morse wrote “some” of at least seven editorials published last year that defended or lauded Dominion Energy while being a previous employee of the company.

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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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