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Topic - The Virginian-Pilot
The Virginian-Pilot (commonly called "The Pilot") is a daily newspaper based in Norfolk, Virginia and serving the Hampton Roads metropolitan area, i.e., southeastern Virginia, the Eastern Shore of Virginia, and northeastern North Carolina. Owned by Landmark Media Enterprises, The Pilot is Virginia's largest daily metro paper. - Source: Wikipedia
Two more people have died from injuries suffered in a car crash in Virginia Beach, increasing the toll to four.
Boat owners are concerned that the start of charter fishing season may leave them high and dry because the Oregon Inlet is clogged with sand.
The state is offering to pay up to $155 million to extend light rail in Virginia Beach, as long as it doesn't use magnetic levitation technology.
The Army Corps of Engineers says part of the Oregon Inlet is too shallow to dredge.
The Virginia Parole Board has granted supervised release to a Norfolk man whose parole was revoked for failing to register as a sex offender.
Gov. Terry McAuliffe says he's not going to tolerate continuing losses at the Virginia Port Authority.
The Cape Point area of Cape Hatteras National Seashore is being closed to off-road driving to protect breeding activities of piping plover shorebirds.
Hampton Roads Transit and the city of Portsmouth are waging a legal battle over payments for bus service.
Norfolk State University's governing board has approved a tuition increase to help make up for declining enrollment.
A Norfolk-based E-2C Hawkeye squadron is reporting to a new commanding officer as it nears the end of its deployment in the Persian Gulf.
Suffolk officials say the city erroneously paid thousands of dollars in holiday overtime to firefighters and emergency medical technicians.
The Cape Hatteras National Seashore plans to restrict driving on the beach where shorebirds are expected to nest.
A federal judge is allowing a class action suit by Dollar Tree Inc. workers to move forward.
The city of Norfolk has taken ownership of a century-old theater.
A state commission created to soften the blow of military base closings in Virginia is proposing cooperation over confrontation, a tack that is finding little political support.