Attorneys for the parents of two students slain in the 2007 Virginia Tech massacre will ask the state Supreme Court to put the college’s retiring president on trial.
A man shot two women at a mall branch of a community college in Virginia Friday before he was subdued by police, a city official said.
The deadly fungal meningitis outbreak that has spread to more than 100 people nationwide, spanning a total of nine states, has now killed two people people in Maryland and Virginia, with more than 30 cases reported between the two states.
Police officials who responded to the first shootings at Virginia Tech were called to the stand in the wrongful death lawsuit brought against the state by two victims’ families. They say they believed the initial violence was an isolated incident.