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Photo by Paul Bibeau, WHRO. A page from the Princess Anne County coroner's inquisition in the death of Thomas Elliott. The documents are part of a collection of coroners' inquisitions at the Library of Virginia. The items were shipped to the library from the city of Virginia Beach.

Behind the Virginia Beach Confederate monument is a story of white political power in the area... and a murder.

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State Health Commissioner Dr. Norman Oliver says continued success with COVID-19 depends on our behavior.

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A look at documented police violence and accountability standards in Hampton Roads.

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A prominent black family in Virginia Beach wants to reopen an investigation into the death of one of their own 45 years after it happened.

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Portsmouth elected leaders have not said what they will do with the city's damaged monument. 

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Demonstrators beheaded four Confederate statues before pulling one down using a tow rope Wednesday night at the Portsmouth Confederate monument as police watched.

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The city is racing to meet a deadline to use federal money for the project. Delays amid the pandemic are making that harder. 

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On Monday evening in the tiny, rural town of Montross on the Northern Neck, Republican Congressman Rob Wittman marched with about 100 of his constituents in a peaceful protest of racism and honoring George Floyd.

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