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Here are this week’s most-read stories.
According to the museum’s website, Silly was orphaned and lived in the wild before the museum acquired him from a zoo in 2009. He died Jan. 27 after he was diagnosed with pneumonia. READ MORE.
According to the sex offender registry on the Virginia State Police website, there are approximately 511 sex offenders in Hampton and 456 in Newport News, or a combined 967 registered sex offenders. READ MORE.
Other public school districts in Hampton Roads such as Hampton and Newport News currently do not have exterior cameras installed on school buses. In 2016, Newport News had “several” buses with exterior cameras as part of a pilot program. READ MORE.
The Naval Sea Systems Command approved the decision to use 3D printing to create values, housings and brackets for the USS Harry S. Truman aircraft carrier last year. READ MORE.
Domestic violence can be anything from emotional and psychological behavior like gaslighting, to threats and physical violence. Last year, the Transitions Family Violence Services in Hampton received 1,541 calls on their 24/7 crisis hotline. READ MORE.