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At least 10 scientists and students from Hampton Roads are aboard a ship that helped rescue South Korean fishermen off Antarctica’s coast early Wednesday. Multiple news agencies are reporting that three fishermen died after the vessel Jeong Woo 2...
Navy Danville native Commander Jason Hammond recently deployed aboard the USS Carl Vinson (CVN-70). Hammond is the ship's operations officer. The operations department manages the combat direction center and is responsible for all operational planning,...
The federal government awarded Virginia scientists more than $1 million to study some of the Chesapeake Bay’s most important fisheries. The money, which comes from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, will fund research projects on...
In February, the Hampton Roads Prostate Health Forum held an early detection workshop and screening in Hampton. The group partnered with Queen Street Baptist Church, Eastern Virginia Medical School, Urology of Virginia, Virginia Oncology Associates and...
Toned arms are a hot commodity. Thanks to Michelle Obama, everybody wants them. But is it possible to achieve this look with very little effort? I was determined to find out, but with a full-time job and a 5-year-old, a personal trainer wasn't an option....
With more than a decade of mining the Peninsula for potential college football talent under his belt, Virginia Tech offensive guards and center coach Curt Newsome has seen boom years in the area in terms of recruiting, and he's also experienced the lean...
New research may suggest that wind plays a much larger role than previously thought in preventing oxygen-deprived dead zones in the Chesapeake Bay. Two key factors lead to dead zones, which are blamed for fish kills, beach closures and other maladies....
Tribune NewspapersYou're about to become the most fun — or at least most memorable — guest at this year's July Fourth picnic. "How 'bout that wacky Anthony Weiner and his satyriasis?" you might say over brats. "Anthony Weiner has psoriasis?" your bewildered...
Tags: Alfonso Soriano, Human Interest
To fully understand how valuable all-district defender Sean Christein is to Tabb's soccer team, and to appreciate the mental toughness the sport requires, let's revisit the Region I semifinals against Lafayette eight days ago. Regulation is about to end,...
Tags: High School Sports, Soccer, Virginia Tech, Sports
Norfolk's University Village, located near Old Dominion University, is hosting a set of free concerts starting June 18 and running through Aug. 13. The Music on Monarch Way series will feature rock, blues, salsa and reggae from a variety of local and...
Tags: Salsa (genre), NPR, Music Industry, Athletes, Human Interest
Of the hundreds of exercise gadgets that have graced TV airwaves over the years, only a handful ever become big-time sellers and even fewer become cultural phenomenons. The Shake Weight is definitely in that rarified category. Over 3.6 million people have...
Editor's note: On Wednesdays, Hampton Roads residents J.R. Hoeft and Brian Kirwin will take turns tackling local, regional and state issues rom a conservative perspective. To read more about the columnists and their points of view, go to dailypress.com/...
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