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Photo by Tony Webster, Flikr. Gun violence increased across Hampton Roads last year.

Activists say the declaration could help cities focus more on the root causes of gun violence and address lingering trauma that communities experience after a shooting.

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Del. Steve Heretick's disposition is the latest sign a federal court is taking the 2018 complaint seriously.

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Businesses in Hampton Roads are approaching new masking guidance differently, creating a patchwork of different rules.

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Fort Monroe development is the first of what authorities hope will be four new projects.

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The city workers hope to take advantage of new state law allowing public sector employees to collective bargain. 

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Last year, the pandemic forced Indigenous tribes in Virginia to cancel festivals and powwows. Now tribes are introducing community events again. 

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Brown was shot and killed in his car by Pasquotank County, N.C., sheriff's deputies as they arrived to carry out warrants last month. His family called his death an "execution."

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The commonwealth’s diversity office has created an online tool that aggregates data about income, educational attainment, broadband access, food security and other socioeconomic factors. 

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