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Photo by Rebecca Feldhaus Adams. Virginia is seeing a decline in its overall rate of new cases.

Virginia Governor Ralph Northam said the state's "phase one" of easing restrictions will allow restaurants, gyms and barbershops to reopen.

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One organization is trying to make home elevation a more viable solution to sea level rise around Hampton Roads. Experts say it's not a panacea. 

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People living in a hotel or motel for more than 90 straight days are considered tenants and protected from evictions right now under state law. 

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While the coronavirus pandemic has put a hold on live shows, local artists continue to release music.

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While the coronavirus outbreak continues to drastically impact people's lives, yellow police tape is still in use.

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Virginia's Deputy Commissioner for Population Health, Dr. Laurie Forlano, speaks about opening businesses (and mail) and the COVID-19 outlook for the commonwealth. 

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The coronavirus pandemic has increased food insecurity among people who have lost their jobs. In the Berkley area of Norfolk’s Southside, fresh food was already difficult to access before the outbreak. Now it’s harder.

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Staff at Sentara Obici Hospital in Suffolk celebrated sending home the first patient treated for COVID-19 in the intensive care unit.

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