Authorities in Virginia have scheduled a news conference to provide an update in the case of a man linked to two college students who disappeared and were later found dead.
Defense lawyers are seeking to delay a trial scheduled in March for the man who is also charged with abducting University of Virginia student Hannah Graham.
Two University of Virginia fraternities, Alpha Tau Omega and Kappa Alpha Order, have released statements saying they will not sign a Fraternity Operating Agreement proposed by the school in the wake of an alleged victim of gang rape at an off-campus frat house speaking out in the November issue of Rolling Stone magazine.
The University of Virginia’s president says she has asked Charlottesville police to investigate allegations that a female student was raped by several men at a fraternity house.
In a service mixed with laughter and tears, students, friends and family members gathered to remember University of Virginia student Hannah Graham, whose disappearance two months ago prompted a massive month-long search that ended in tragedy and criminal charges.
After finding remains that could be University of Virginia student Hannah Graham, authorities interviewed nearby residents and picked through leaves on the side of a sparsely populated highway, searching for any clues or evidence.
Charlottesville’s police chief said Monday that it’s important not to rush the case against the man accused in the disappearance of a University of Virginia student, despite criticism of some of his decisions.
Charlottesville’s police chief said Sunday that an anguished statement from the parents of a missing University of Virginia student has given investigators fresh resolve to carry on with the difficult search of hundreds square miles of countryside.
With a suspect in the abduction of an 18-year-old woman back in the state, a search and rescue team worked with canine units Saturday trying to find the University of Virginia sophomore who vanished more than two weeks ago.
Yellow ribbons adorn the streets of Hannah Graham’s northern Virginia neighborhood, symbols of hope in a community devastated by the disappearance of a woman known for her intelligence, wit and dry sense of humor.