The company that owns the Washington Wizards and Washington Capitals announced that the team will move to Virginia in 2028.

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A shooting at a Walmart in Chesapeake, Virginia, on Tuesday (November 22nd) left six people dead. The unnamed shooter is dead.

A white woman was captured harassing four Black soldiers at an IHOP restaurant in northern Virginia. According to the director of public affairs for Fort Belvoir, “She offered to pay for their meal, which is not uncommon when people meet military personnel, it’s a gesture as a way to thank them for their service. She […]

Why do we hear stories like this every year?? A Virginia elementary school is apologizing after students were instructed to play a runaway slave game during a P.E. class. The 3rd, 4th and 5th grade students were told to pretend that they were runaway slaves on the underground railroad. According to reports, the local chapter […]

Several people were injured after fights broke out on the streets during the rally organized by White Nationalists and Neo-Confederates.

A suspect in the Virginia shooting that occurred this morning has been identified as 66-year-old James T. Hodgkinson of Illinois. Read More: House Majority Whip Steve Scalise, Others Reportedly Shot in Del Ray Section of Alexandria   The gunman has died according to President Trump.       Facebook: The Karen Clark Instagram: @TheKarenClark Twitter/Snapchat: @The_KarenClark […]

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The room of Sally Hemings, a slave who had a long-term relationship with Thomas Jefferson, will be excavated at Monticello.

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A Virginia judge sentenced five teens, convicted for spray-painting racial slurs on an abandoned building, to read books about diversity. Should the punishment for racial crimes be a trip to the library?

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Six people were shot in Chicago on Wednesday during a vigil for a homicide victim.

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A Virginia waitress got a shocking note that read "great service, don't tip Black people" on a bill from a White couple she served at a restaurant Saturday.

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The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn and To Kill a Mockingbird have been snatched from bookshelves as a Virginia school district decides whether or not to permanently ban the books.

Richmond, Virginia, bars under fire for posting dress codes that some believe subtly targets Black people. It lists items stereotypically associated with African-American men.