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Another bombshell in the case of a missing University of Virginia student. Investigators have linked the man accused of kidnapping Hannah Graham to yet another attack, the latest case dating back nearly a decade—this as the medical examiner tries to determine if a body found this weekend is that of Graham.
The parents of a missing University of Virginia student are appealing for whoever is responsible for the disappearance to help them find their daughter.
The man charged with abducting a missing University of Virginia student didn’t appear in court Thursday morning for a bond hearing on reckless driving charges as expected.
Where is Hannah Graham? Investigators hope they can finally get some answers with the prime suspect now in their custody.
Where is Hannah? Her accused kidnapper is behind bars, but police still have no idea what happened to missing University of Virginia student Hannah Graham.
Hiding in plain sight. With a felony warrant out for his arrest, Jesse Matthew Jr. was spotted on a beach in Texas. Matthew was the last person seen with 18-year-old Hannah Graham—and now he’s behind bars.
Possibly the most important part of preseason football (besides crossing our fingers that everyone stays healthy) is getting to know the new faces that could potentially be the next stars of the franchise. Here’s the Ravens rookies to watch in 2014:
An appeals court has affirmed the second-degree murder conviction of a former University of Virginia lacrosse player who fatally beat his ex-girlfriend.
A former University of Virginia lacrosse player convicted of fatally beating his ex-girlfriend asked an appeals court Wednesday for a new trial, arguing that he was denied his right to an attorney when one of his lawyers fell ill during his trial.
The appeal of a former University of Virginia lacrosse player convicted in the slaying of his ex-girlfriend is set to be heard this week.
It’s been more than three years since Cockeysville native Yeardley Love was murdered by her boyfriend at the University of Virginia. Now a Baltimore Running Festival team will run in her honor while raising awareness about domestic violence.
The second-degree murder conviction of a former University of Virginia athlete for the May 2010 slaying of his on-again, off-again girlfriend should stand, the state argues in a brief filed with the Court of Appeals of Virginia.