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Photo by Pamela D. D'Angelo. The Knight family looks at arrowheads at Stacey Littledeer's art booth at Jamestown's recent Indigenous Arts Day.

Last year, the pandemic forced Indigenous tribes in Virginia to cancel festivals and powwows. Now tribes are introducing community events again. 

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Brown was shot and killed in his car by Pasquotank County, N.C., sheriff's deputies as they arrived to carry out warrants last month. His family called his death an "execution."

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The commonwealth’s diversity office has created an online tool that aggregates data about income, educational attainment, broadband access, food security and other socioeconomic factors. 

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The lines at gas stations in Hampton Roads are dying down after the Colonial Pipeline resumed service on Wednesday.

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A court ruling striking down a national eviction moratorium could put pressure on Virginia officials to dole out more rental assistance.

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The bipartisan provision was added to a larger criminal justice bill in the state Senate.

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The program includes $16 billion for qualifying live music venues, event promoters, independent theaters and museums. 

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Recent measures allow some workers to easily claim worker's compensation benefits if infected with COVID-19 at work. But those changes leave out thousands of other low-paid frontline workers.

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