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Photo by the Library of Virginia. From Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, February 15, 1868. This is Willis Hodges (bottom center, in eyeglasses) at Virginia's constitutional convention in 1867. A Black political leader from Princess Anne, Hodges said he founded a secret society to help enslaved people in 1842.

An enigmatic civil rights figure claimed to have formed a secret society in 1842 to help enslaved people in Princess Anne County. Now, WHRO needs your help to uncover the details.

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Hampton Roads residents are traveling to northeast North Carolina for the coronavirus vaccine. 

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A bill from Del. Kelly Convirs-Fowler (D-Virginia Beach) would make it a Class 1 misdemeanor if someone sends a nude image of themselves to another person with “intent to coerce, harass, or intimidate.”

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A retired U.S. Navy Captain believes America’s naval power is at a low point. In his new book, "To Provide And Maintain A Navy," Capt. Jerry Hendrix details a rising number of threats to the country and to the international institutions we depend on.

WHRV’s Paul Bibeau spoke with Hendrix about the role of the U.S. Navy, and the future he wants for it.

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Interim police chief Scott Burke addressed other issues — like the COVID-19 pandemic. 

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Emma Cameron of Chesapeake will be part of the Inaugural Class of Female Eagle Scouts, in addition to being a Girl Scout Gold Award recipient.

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Hospital officials attributed the decision to decreasing demand for services at DePaul.

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