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Court Affirms Second-Degree Murder Conviction For George Huguely

An appeals court has affirmed the second-degree murder conviction of a former University of Virginia lacrosse player who fatally beat his ex-girlfriend.


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NCAA Championship Gives Huge Boost To Md. Economy

The game is history and unfortunately the Terps didn’t come out on top, yet for Baltimore and the state of Maryland this weekend of lacrosse was a big win.


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Briggs Powers UVA To NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Title

Colin Briggs scored five goals and seventh-seeded Virginia edged Maryland 9-7 Monday in the NCAA men’s lacrosse championship.


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Thousands Show Up For NCAA Lacrosse Championship In Baltimore

The NCAA Men’s Lacrosse tournament has just wrapped up here in Baltimore. While it was a difficult way to end it for the University of Maryland, the entire weekend has been a huge success for the sport and the city.


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Edgar Allan Poe’s UVa Room To Undergo Renovation

An honor society that bears the name of one of Edgar Allan Poe’s major works is planning to renovate the room where the renowned poet and mystery writer lived during his short stint as a student at the University of Virginia.



Hearing Set For Suspect In U.Va. Lacrosse Slaying

A former University of Virginia lacrosse player accused of killing a women’s lacrosse player is scheduled to appear in court in April for a preliminary hearing.


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Hearing For Suspect In Md. Woman’s Death Postponed

A preliminary hearing for a former University of Virginia lacrosse player accused of killing a women’s lacrosse player has been postponed to a date still to be determined.


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Defense Review Of Records In U.Va. Slaying Limited

The medical records of a Virginia women’s lacrosse player who was found dead in her apartment will remain sealed except for information about a prescription.


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UVA Student Accused Of Killing Md. Woman Most Likely Won’t Face Death Penalty

The man accused of killing a University of Virginia student from Baltimore County will likely not face the death penalty.



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