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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

When disaster strikes at home, Fort Eustis unit answers 5/28/2015
Say a nuclear bomb is smuggled into the United States and detonated. Sounds like the start of an epic action movie, right?

James River: Dominion steps up warning of blackouts on Skiffes Creek line need 5/28/2015
Dominion Virginia Power is warning of 80 days of blackouts a year beginning in 2017 if it doesn't win Army Corps of Engineers approval for its controversial James River power line — new data that it aired Thursday as it sought support for the line from the Peninsula Airport Commission.

Hampton man seeking stolen phone with photos, texts from late girlfriend 5/28/2015
When Hampton resident Casey Haas’ cell phone was stolen on Monday, the memories on that phone were taken, too, he said.

Windsor citizens weigh in on Route 460 project 5/28/2015
Signs taped to the doors of Windsor High School and posted on the lawns of several houses across the street reading "No Northern 460 Bypass" greeted visiting officials from the Virginia Department of Transportation Thursday night.

Virginia campus sexual assault task force releases recommendations 5/28/2015
RICHMOND – A new report from the governor's task force on college campus sexual assault recommends longer and more uniform storage for evidence, more cooperation between colleges and police, and more frequent notifications to students when an assault occurs on or near campus.