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Photo by Michelle Rocheleau. Ashley Cerasole, a 29-year-old woman who disappeared from a Gloucester assisted living facility and was later found dead.

The assisted living facility that housed Ashley Cerasole when she died received a new state violation for a resident's behavior. But COVID-19 has delayed authorities from taking the next steps.

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Local residents doubt it. Virginia Beach and Chesapeake plan to redesign Elbow Road to make it safer for drivers. 

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The review is a significant step as Virginia seeks federal approval for the project. 

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Advocates view marijuana legalization a major criminal justice achivement, but they also say there's more to be done.

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Here are some of the rules you need to understand to safely and legally use marijuana in Virginia.

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Gloucester student Gavin Grimm sued his school district over a policy that refused to let him use the bathroom corresponding with his gender identity.

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Cary Adult Home, the facility where Ashley Cerasole lived, lost its license in late December. Its provisional license runs out next week. What happens next?

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The 1950s-era Blue Star Diner, located on Warwick Boulevard in Newport News, is up for sale for only the second time in its history. 

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