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“Danger Noodles”: Five things to know about local snakes

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STATEWIDE -- Nope rope. Danger noodle. Spicy pasta. Slippery tube dudes. Whatever you call them, snakes are now out and about thanks to the...
A James City County Police car

Body of missing boater recovered in James City County

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Authorities in James City County said the body of a man who went missing during a fishing trip Sunday was recovered Monday morning. Police identified...
Danger presents itself differently on the water during the winter and can cause long search, rescue and recovery missions for emergency officials. (Photo courtesy/Virginia State Police.)

The water may look nice but boaters should be cautious of winter excursions

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As the weather turns colder, boaters should be wary of unseen dangers in the water. “Winter can be treacherous,” said Capt. Milt Robinson, conservation police...
As mating season picks up, motorists should keep an eye out for deer crossing the roadways. (WYDaily/Flickr)

Oh deer! They’re everywhere so you might want to refresh your driving skills

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As fall turns to winter over the next few months, drivers on the roadways in the Historic Triangle need to keep an eye out...

A high-fever disease is hitting Virginia’s deer this year. Here’s what you need to know

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A disease in deer resulting in cracked hooves, a fever and sometimes death is making its seasonal rounds in Virginia, but has popped up...
Deer spot the cameraman at Riverview Farm Park. (WYDaily/Courtesy of Michael Poplawski)

A high-fever disease is hitting Virginia’s deer this year. Here’s what you need to know

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A disease in deer resulting in cracked hooves, a fever and sometimes death is making its seasonal rounds in Virginia, but has popped up...

The water may look nice but boaters should be cautious of winter excursions

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As the weather turns colder, boaters should be wary of unseen dangers in the water. “Winter can be treacherous,” said Capt. Milt Robinson, conservation police...

‘Stallone’ was found in Virginia Beach 6 years ago. He’s now moving to South Carolina

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NEWPORT NEWS -- The Virginia Living Museum is sending Stallone to Alligator Adventure in Myrtle Beach next week. Not Rocky, Stallone the alligator. The museum's Cypress...