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It's been a problem since "The Tide" light rail system began operating in August 2011.
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The 21-year-old victim told police Jerome Brockington, 44, assaulted and forcibly raped her.
One way to deal with a problem is to just make it go away. And you could say that's how Norfolk Public Schools is thinking about handling some of the troubled schools in it's district.
Bose enrolled in a nine-month program at Tidewater Tech in Norfolk, costing $15,000.
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The Navy says the USS Truxtun left Greece on Thursday to conduct training and theater security engagements with Romanian and Bulgarian naval forces.
A state commission formed a year ago by then-Gov. Bob McDonnell quietly made a surprising recommendation in the fall: Virginia leaders should embrace and even lobby Congress to move forward with a new round of military base closures, a process known commonly as BRAC.
Even as Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel defended proposed military cuts Wednesday, sailors at Naval Station Norfolk were questioning the proposed reduction to the Basic Allowance for Housing.
The impacts of legalizing same-sex marriage in Illinois aren't just social. Experts say that the wedding industry will most likely see a large boost in business now that same-sex marriage is legal in the state, and they are happy about it.
The school board is meeting at 2 p.m. on Wednesday to discuss the possibility of closing Lafayette-Winona Middle for at least one year to transform the building into a magnet school.
Friends and family of the late Jack Adcock will celebrate his life and creativity in an evening of remembrances, anecdotes and music on Sunday, March 9th, from 4 to 8 PM, at Otherlands.
Residents of nearby neighborhoods asked for a chance to express their opinions on any development of the school site, which closed to students in 2009.
Six candidates have filed for the City Council seat left open by Anthony Burfoot's election as treasurer in November.
MSNBC viewers in February were treated to a rate sight: An anchor disagreeing with the accepted liberal position on an issue.