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Here are this week’s most-read stories.
Here’s a question: What are school districts like Newport News Public Schools doing to prepare students for the possibility of an active threat or active shooter situation? Michelle Price, spokeswoman for the Newport News Public Schools, said the schools have two active threat drills each year, one in each semester, and faculty and staff are given presentations on active threat and active shooter situations each year. READ MORE.
Police here Monday afternoon said the woman who was attacked by her pet pit bull Sunday has died “as a result of her injuries.” Authorities identified the woman as Morgan Crayton. She was 31 years old. READ MORE.
Diversity & Inclusion
Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility is hiring a Diversity & Inclusion Program Lead to promote diversity and inclusion in the workplace and the community. “It just makes sense — it’s a smart business decision,” said Rhonda Barbosa, human resources director for Jefferson Lab. “We want to make sure employees feel welcome in our environment.” READ MORE.