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Sam Turken, WHRO. Sanders spoke to an estimated crowd of 3,500 at Virginian Weslyan University.

Bernie Sanders stopped in Virginia Beach Saturday for a campaign event at Virginia Wesleyan University. 

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Some students at Norfolk State University said they weren't sure who Mayor Mike Bloomberg was. Others said they supported Bernie Sanders in the Democratic primary.

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As part of Black History Month, two of the first black students to integrate Norfolk's public schools reflected on their experiences of school desegregation and the impact it's had on their lives.

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Vice President Mike Pence visited Hampton University's Proton Therapy Institute this week. Doctors wanted to press him to help them treat more veterans who have cancer.

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After years of disagreements, the Newport News City Council and School Board decided what to do about Huntington Middle School.

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In times of political and social upheaval, rock music has provided an outlet for protest. Through the Vietnam War, Watergate and the Cold War, artists have given voice to the frustrations of the public through their music.

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Photo: WHRV/Gina Gambony

The art might not always cover a scar. Survivors might be physically unscathed, but carry emotional injuries.

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After nine months of research and discussion, a task force of local business leaders and community groups has recommended a rebranding effort to "757," to describe southeastern, Va. 

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