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Williamsburg archeologists unearth site of Revolutionary War barracks

The first-of-its-kind find at Colonial Williamsburg uncovered artifacts from dining ware to gun hardware.

Williamsburg archeologists unearth site of Revolutionary War barracks

Virginia Zoo opens freshwater "Turtle Oasis"

The turtle exhibit opened to the public in October but will have a grand opening on Saturday. It takes over an old sea lion habitat that's been empty for decades.

Hampton Roads front and center in Congressional hearing on climate & national security

WHRO chatted with Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine about the Senate Budget Committee hearing this week.

Hampton Roads front and center in Congressional hearing on climate & national security

Suffolk to transfer 71 acres of land to Nansemond Indian Nation

City Council's decision settles years of back-and-forth between the city and tribe over the future of the property, called Mattanock Town.

African American waterman villages in Suffolk named among state's most endangered historic places

Preservation Virginia said the historic villages of Hobson and Oakland face threats from flooding and modern development.

African American waterman villages in Suffolk named among state's most endangered historic places

State budget gives Norfolk $25 million for floodwall project

The final allocation is nearly $50 million less than what was in the governor's original budget proposal. Norfolk officials say the drop in expected funding won't affect the timeline of the immediate phase of the floodwall.

Virginia could see more days with worse air quality ratings. Here's why.

State officials say stricter federal air pollution standards could tip more days from being considered good to moderate quality.

Virginia could see more days with worse air quality ratings. Here's why.

Virginia Beach marsh terrace project will be the first on East Coast

The city is planning to restore marsh habitat at Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge that has been lost from years of erosion.

A new regional group wants to push Hampton Roads forward without the drag of bureaucracy

The new Regional Organizations Presidents' Council thinks frank discussions and deliberate action can break regional inaction that's plagued Hampton Roads.

A new regional group wants to push Hampton Roads forward without the drag of bureaucracy

Federal "hurricane hunters" come to Norfolk

Norfolk International Airport was one of five stops along the East Coast during NOAA's Hurricane Awareness Tour this week.