Stephen Rankin, a Portsmouth, Virginia, police officer, has been charged with first-degree murder in the shooting death of 18-year-old William Chapman.
Photos and video taken inside the apartment where Virginia shooter Vester Flanagan, also known as Bryce Williams, lived give a glimpse into his life.
The New York Daily News has generated controversy on social media over its choice of using a photo of the Virginia shooting from the gunman’s video.
WDBJ honored slain journalists Alison Parker and Adam Ward during their nightly newscasts with tributes and stories about their lives.
Vester Lee Flanagan sued a Florida news station, WTWC, in 2000, alleging racial discrimination. Read that lawsuit here.
Vester Lee Flanagan, AKA Bryce Williams, is the alleged shooter who killed reporter Alison Parker and cameraman Adam Ward of WDBJ-TV live on-air in Moneta, Virginia.
Vester Lee Flanagan has been identified as the gunman suspected of fatally shooting a Virginia news reporter and cameraman during a live broadcast.
Adam Ward, a 27-year-old cameraman at WDBJ-TV, was killed along with reporter Alison Parker during a shooting on live TV in Moneta, Virginia.
A gunman opened fire on a news crew in Moneta, Virginia, during an interview Wednesday morning on live TV at the Bridgewater Plaza.
Michael Edington, a Norfolk, Virginia, cop, has been indicted on a voluntary manslaughter charge in the 2014 shooting death of David Latham, a mentally ill man.
Charlottesville Police found no evidence to support the claims made by a student called “Jackie” in Rolling Stone’s University of Virginia rape story.
A 19-year-old Virginia college student has been missing since March 2 after she disappeared from her Norfolk home under suspicious circumstances. Her dad was arrested while searching for evidence.
A black University of Virginia student was bloodied during an encounter with police outside of a bar after he was denied entry for having a fake ID.
Heather Coffman is the 29-year-old Virginia woman accused of trying to help someone join ISIS. On Facebook she proclaimed, “I love ISIS.”
The powerhouse that is the ACC has many questions to be raised after its poor showing in last year’s NCAA Tournament.