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Photo by Paul Bibeau. U.S.S. Harry S. Truman returning to Norfolk earlier this month after 286 days at sea. The Navy met its retention goals last year, but the question of whether the military can retain people with the skills it needs is more complicated.

On paper the Navy met its retention goal last year. But whether the military is keeping people with the skills it needs is a bigger question mark. Anthony Cordesman discussed personnel challenges facing the Department of Defense.

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The first inpatient psychiatric unit, with a dozen beds, opens October 11. More will follow until all 60 private rooms are open by mid-next year.

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Sailors who leave the Navy can wait months for proof they served, which can hold up jobs and benefits.

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“I suspect there are other birds dying that we don’t know about,” said Gary Costanzo with the Virginia Department of Wildlife Resources.

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Tough-on-crime rhetoric in Norfolk has ramped up since a March shooting outside a downtown bar left three dead, including 25-year-old Virginian-Pilot reporter Sierra Jenkins. (Photo by Ryan Murphy)

As public pressure mounts for the city to get a handle on gun violence, many city leaders have pivoted to rhetoric evoking the tough-on-crime 1990s.

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Photo courtesy of Jon Allen

Dime and quarter-sized freshwater jellies have emerged to reproduce in the Crim Dell pond on campus.

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Advocates say the plan for Vanguard Landing sounds like it could violate a federal order requiring integrated housing for people with developmental disabilities.

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Photo courtesy of Kyiv City Ballet

The ballet company unknowingly got on one of the last flights out of Ukraine before the invasion. They’re performing in Suffolk this week.

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