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Photo by Juliemarie Vander Burg. Norfolk student Jack Vander Burg says he didn't have to do too much research for his story, because he's been paying attention to what climate change is doing to the world's wildlife.

An awareness of the toll climate change is taking on world wildlife inspired one local student to write a winning story. Jack Vander Burg won second place in the fifth-grade category of this year's WHRO Young Storytellers Contest.

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Small businesses in Hampton Roads have been hit hard by the pandemic. But some are managed by leaders with years of experience under tough conditions: veterans.

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The love of dance inspired one middle schooler to write a high stakes story about overcoming obstacles. Erin Magruder won first place in the fifth-grade category of this year's WHRO Young Storytellers Contest. 

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Hampton Roads food banks say they are seeing more people in need this year because of the pandemic. 

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Pandemic isolation is a serious problem for elderly people in our community. It's unhealthy for their minds, bodies and emotions.

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Gov. Ralph Northam continued to insist Virginians stay vigilant to slow the spread of COVID-19 at a press conference Wednesday.

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The Virginia Supreme Court is expected to rule on the lawsuit in the next few months. 

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