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“We need to learn from this:' Black residents in Richmond have five times the COVID hospitalization rate of white patients

“We need to learn from this:' Black residents in Richmond have five times the COVID hospitalization rate of white patients

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Catholic Diocese of Richmond undertaking solar energy projects at schools and churches

Catholic Diocese of Richmond undertaking solar energy projects at schools and churches

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Applications for redistricting commission open Monday

Applications for redistricting commission open Monday

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Passenger traffic at Richmond International Airport falls 65.2% in October compared to year ago

Passenger traffic at Richmond International Airport falls 65.2% in October compared to year ago

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Virginia falls short in compensating the wrongfully imprisoned, study finds

Virginia falls short in compensating the wrongfully imprisoned, study finds

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Federal execution date set for former Richmond gang member; his lawyers say he's intellectually disabled

Federal execution date set for former Richmond gang member; his lawyers say he's intellectually disabled

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Chase says Virginia Democrats 'hate white people' and want Richmond registrar out because she's white

Chase says Virginia Democrats 'hate white people' and want Richmond registrar out because she's white

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Baby Yoda for President, Harambe for House: Chesterfield and Hanover write-in votes get creative

Baby Yoda for President, Harambe for House: Chesterfield and Hanover write-in votes get creative

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VCU study: School segregation worsening in Virginia

VCU study: School segregation worsening in Virginia

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Chesapeake Bay's dead zone is smallest it's been in years

Chesapeake Bay's dead zone is smallest it's been in years

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Efforts on redistricting referendum near the finish line

Efforts on redistricting referendum near the finish line

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VMI superintendent resigns a week after Gov. Northam ordered investigation into racism claims | State and Regional News | richmond.com

VMI superintendent resigns a week after Gov. Northam ordered investigation into racism claims | State and Regional News | richmond.com

Virginia Military Institute's top official resigned Monday, a week after into the school's culture and policies following reports of racism that received national attention.In to the president of the board of visitors, Peay wrote that Gov. Northam’s chief of staff, Clark Mercer, informed him on Friday that “the governor and certain legislative leaders had lost confidence in my leadership as Superintendent of the Virginia Military Institute and desired my resignation. Therefore, effective today, 26 October 2020, I hereby resign.”Peay served as superintendent of the state-supported military...

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Virginia directs $22 million in emergency aid to vaccination effort; COVID-19 app gets an update

Virginia directs $22 million in emergency aid to vaccination effort; COVID-19 app gets an update

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Richmond’s first licensed medical marijuana production facility set to open first dispensary

Richmond’s first licensed medical marijuana production facility set to open first dispensary

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Man arrested in South Richmond allegedly possessed more than 4 pounds of fentanyl

Man arrested in South Richmond allegedly possessed more than 4 pounds of fentanyl

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Federal judge orders Virginia voter registration deadline to be extended

Federal judge orders Virginia voter registration deadline to be extended

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Outside spending swells in 7th District race, as campaigns prepare for Oct. 20 public forum

Outside spending swells in 7th District race, as campaigns prepare for Oct. 20 public forum

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Power Play: Inside the Dominion lobbying blitz that's going to raise your electric bills

Power Play: Inside the Dominion lobbying blitz that's going to raise your electric bills

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Six Richmond-area post offices report tampered mailboxes early Monday; could contain election ballots

Six Richmond-area post offices report tampered mailboxes early Monday; could contain election ballots

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Editorial: Vote "yes" on Amendment 1

Editorial: Vote "yes" on Amendment 1

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Poll: Virginians about evenly divided on Confederate statues

Poll: Virginians about evenly divided on Confederate statues

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Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel construction is 2 years behind

Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel construction is 2 years behind

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Labor Law: Walmart's $20 million sex bias settlement is a good reminder for employers to examine hiring criteria

Labor Law: Walmart's $20 million sex bias settlement is a good reminder for employers to examine hiring criteria

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CNU poll shows support for police reform in Virginia, with some partisan splits

CNU poll shows support for police reform in Virginia, with some partisan splits

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Early voting update: Nearly a million Virginians have asked for ballots through mail or already voted in person

Early voting update: Nearly a million Virginians have asked for ballots through mail or already voted in person

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