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Hampton Roads gets $3.4 million in state flood protection funding

The money through the Community Flood Preparedness Fund comes from the state's participation in the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative, from which Gov. Youngkin has vowed to withdraw.

Military retention and changing personnel needs: A discussion with Anthony Cordesman

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.

Military retention and changing personnel needs: A discussion with Anthony Cordesman

Bird flu keeps spreading in Virginia

In Hampton Roads, the latest highly pathogenic strain of the bird flu is mainly killing geese so far.

The Navy is facing a backlog, delaying sailors getting crucial discharge papers

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

The Navy is facing a backlog, delaying sailors getting crucial discharge papers

Norfolk leaders turn to tough-on-crime rhetoric while year shapes up to be deadliest in decades

Several high-profile shootings across the city and a climbing murder rate have ramped up public pressure for officials to address gun violence. As some city leaders talk tough and aim to crack down, it's caused some friction among elected officials.

Norfolk leaders turn to tough-on-crime rhetoric while year shapes up to be deadliest in decades

Jellyfish are blooming in William & Mary pond

The freshwater jellies have been appearing more frequently at the storied Crim Dell on campus.

Kyiv City Ballet stops in Hampton Roads

The dancers left their home country of Ukraine right before Russia invaded, and haven't been back since. Now they're touring the U.S.

More toll relief coming for Midtown, Downtown tunnels

Elizabeth River Crossings is expanding eligibility for toll rebates under a new agreement with the Virginia Department of Transportation.

While Hampton Roads schools discuss book restrictions, libraries highlight banned titles

While school systems in Hampton Roads wrestle with book censorship issues, local library systems will highlight other controversial works that during Banned Books Week.

While Hampton Roads schools discuss book restrictions, libraries highlight banned titles

Will Dominion's offshore wind farm block migrating birds?

Researchers with William & Mary and the Nature Conservancy are studying how the Virginia Beach project could impact whimbrels coming to and from the Eastern Shore.