10 On Your Side takes a look at the next steps in the Hannah Graham investigation and the prosecution against suspect Jesse Matthew.
Richmond-based Agrivita Biogroup Inc. has secured a trade agreement to export animal feed additives to China.
A company that repairs railcars is planning to expand its operations in Charlotte County, creating 37 jobs.
The Virginia Department of Health says it is counting down to Virginia Quit Day on Nov. 20.
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Fairfax County Commonwealth’s Attorney Ray Morrogh announced new indictments against Jesse Matthew on Monday.
Jesse Leroy Matthew Jr. is now charged in the investigation of a 2005 rape in Fairfax County.
It’s not clear how long it will take authorities to identify the remains they discovered over the weekend, about 12 miles from campus.
Deputies have identified a man they say purposefully lit his vehicle on fire and drove into a law firm in Moyock, N.C. Friday afternoon.
“It’s just overwhelming,” Neighbor Rod Jackson said. “Charlottesville is a very, very quiet town. Nothing really happens here.”
Watch the full press conference from Charlottesville on the missing UVa. student.
Further forensic tests are needed to confirm whether the remains are those of Hannah Graham, but her parents were notified, police said.
The Virginia Department of Emergency Management is seeking volunteers to help search for Hannah Graham on Sunday.
More than $13 million is headed to Virginia to improve mental health services for students and expand school safety programs.
Terry McAuliffe is organizing a unified command group as part of an effort to safeguard against any spread of the Ebola virus in Virginia.
A judge has granted a motion to delay Maureen McDonnell’s sentencing.