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Bizarre hallucinations are all Calloway remembers of his 17 days in a coma and another 21 of semi-consciousness in the Intensive Care Unit, where twice he nearly died.

As legislators plan to address systemic policing problems in a special session next week, a Virginian-Pilot investigation found three dozen officers convicted of crimes since 2011 who were never decertified. It’s unclear if any are still working as police.

About 20 parties, including one with nearly 400 people in attendance, were shut down at a university in North Carolina during the school’s opening weekend, campus police said.

The Virginia Department of Environmental Quality said ozone levels statewide have dropped significantly, boosting air quality.

An elevated design will aim to keep the proposed apartment complex clear of flooding from neighboring “Lake Olney.”

Tropical Storm Josephine formed in the mid-Atlantic Thursday, but National Hurricane Center forecasters said it is currently no threat to the U.S.

One of life’s simplest pleasures is going out to eat, but dining looks different today than it did just a few months ago due to the coronavirus pandemic. With new normals of life, there are also new rules of etiquette that apply during this time.

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