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Prue Salasky
Reporter, Sr
My Role

Daily Press health reporter covering health news and features in Hampton Roads and beyond. Health is a top priority in everyone's daily life. We report on all aspects, from healthy lifestyles, diet, fitness and nutrition to the health-care debate, insurance issues and the business of health. We connect with readers through blogs, web chats and social media.
My Biography

Over the years I have worked as a reporter, editor, writer, columnist, radio host, blogger and teacher.
My Interests

Health, food, religion,art, social justice, family, politics, reading, fitness and travel.
My Recent Articles

Next challenge for Newport News shipyard: Keeping carrier Kennedy within budget 11/22/2014
NEWPORT NEWS — Some businesses use suggestion boxes for employees' ideas. At Newport News Shipbuilding, where everything is bigger, one such box has 60,000 ideas, and the shipyard plans to use every one.

Sunday weather: Slightly warmer, but chance of rain 11/23/2014
Our temperatures will climb a little higher than yesterday, reaching a high near 59 on Sunday, according to the National Weather Service office in Wakefield. There will be a chance of rain -- about 30 percent -- mainly after 4 p.m.

U. of Virginia suspends all fraternal activities amid gang rape allegations 11/22/2014
Faced with mounting pressure from students, faculty and alumni, University of Virginia President Teresa Sullivan suspended all campus fraternities Saturday, an action prompted by a searing magazine account of an alleged 2012 gang rape inside a fraternity house at the school.

The Virginia Way, Part 8: Disclosure rules are lax, and reports are hard to find 1/1/0001
When it comes to keeping an eye on ethics, Virginia legislators know who to rely on: themselves.

ACLU: Virginia attorney general's office not following law on police phone records 1/1/0001
AG's office contends state reporting requirement pertains only to wiretaps, not other court orders for phone records AG's office contends state reporting requirement pertains only to wiretaps, not other court orders for phone records