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Photo by Gina Gambony/WHRO. Twelve people died and four were injured in the Virginia Beach shooting on May 31, 2019.

WHRO Public Media wants to hear about your memories involving the shooting and how it's shaped your experiences in Hampton Roads. 

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La población Latino el condado de Accomack podría tener una tasa alta de COVID-19 porque unos brotes en las plantas de procesamiento de pollo.

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Hundreds of eviction cases are scheduled across the state in the coming weeks. 

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Republican primary candidates Jarome Bell, Ben Loyola and Scott Taylor will answer questions in an online forum Wednesday night. They are running in Virginia's competitive 2nd Congressional District. 

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People looking for sun and sand in Virginia can come to the oceanfront starting May 22.

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Finding a place to get tested for COVID-19 isn’t hard, but the testing experience can take a long time.

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Delegate Don Scott says he's worried reopening too soon can further threaten black and Latino communities who are already vulnerable to the coronavirus.

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Meat processing plants on the Eastern Shore employ a high number of Latino workers. The close working conditions leave them susceptible to outbreaks. But that’s just one insight into the health challenges that minority and immigrant populations face during a pandemic.

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