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A view of the crowd after dark at Something in the Water in 2019. Photo by Ryan Murphy

Citing “toxic energy” and the city’s response to his cousin’s death, Pharrell Williams and associates confirmed this week the Something in the Water music festival would not return to Virginia Beach.

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Three students from Old Dominion University's Latino Student Association share their experiences being Latino.

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Attorney General Mark Herring filed an $8 million lawsuit against a Newport News landlord who abused and discriminated against his Black, female renters, the lawsuit says.

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The Virginia Marine Resources Commission has been slowly moving watermen's reporting system online. But in rural Tidewater, where many go without good cell coverage or internet, that’s a problem.

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Dominion Energy paid Hampton Roads newspaper columnist Gordon Morse over $60,000 per year as he wrote unsigned editorials praising the utility, according to new paperwork filed by Dominion.

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Chesapeake's city council opened the door to a new facility that will turn cannabidiol, or CBD, into a variety of products. 

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Werowocomoco, along the York River in Gloucester, was likely where Chief Powhatan lived. 

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