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Photo by Erik Zunder, Unsplash. The opening ceremony for the Tokyo Olympics is Friday.

About 1% of U.S. Olympians this year are connected to Hampton Roads, and at least three other athletes with local ties will compete for other nations.

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This year, NOAA's tidal gauge in Norfolk recorded 14 days of “sunny-day” flooding. 

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A listing on one dark web marketplace boasted 61 gigabytes of “emails and confidential correspondence” from the Virginia Defense Force.

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The lawsuit charges that sheriff's deputies used excessive force and violated Brown's constitutional rights.

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As the COVID-19 pandemic subsides across Virginia, businesses around Hampton Roads say they’re still rebounding from the economic fallout. 

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Norfolk held the festival in Tidewater Gardens as the city forces residents to relocate and demolishes parts of the public housing complex. 

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The Virginia Zoo is fully open this summer, and tonight they'll welcome Hampton Roads natives The Last Bison for an outdoor concert. 

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Private Henry Ellis died at Koto-ri in 1950 during the Korean conflict. The U.S. Defense Department has now identified his remains and told his story to his family.

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