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Latest Charlottesville Trials News
Wiseman Indicted in Waynesboro Workplace Shooting
Charlottesville, Virginia
A man who told investigators a mix of medications may be to blame for a Waynesboro workplace shooting has been indicted on a second degree murder charge.
July 16 2014
Civil Lawsuit Filed by Family of Morgan Harrington Claiming Negligence Moves Forward
Charlottesville, Virginia
The civil lawsuit filed by the family of Morgan Harrington against Regional Marketing Concepts, Inc (RMC) will move forward in Charlottesville Circuit Court.
July 16 2014
Louisa man pleads guilty to charges stemming from the Captain Quick murder case
Virginia
Two co-conspirators, including a Louisa County man, pleaded guilty in United States District Court in Charlottesville on Wednesday, July 9 to charges stemming from the January abduction and murder of Waynesboro Police Reserve Captain Kevin Wayne Quick.
July 10 2014
2 in Quick case plead guilty to obstruction of justice, racketeering
Charlottesville, Virginia
The pleas represent the first convictions in the death of the Waynesboro police reservist. Seven more people await their days in court.
July 10 2014
Virginia candy shop selling chocolate covered bugs
Montgomery, Alabama
My Chocolate Shoppe in Charlottesville is offering something for those with a sweet tooth, but it has a little bit more crunch than usual. (WVIR) Marybeth Schellhammer is going beyond fudge and gumballs and offering bugs at her shop. Covered in chocolate, they're actually selling faster than most things in the store. After a trial run with cicadas, Schellhammer is dipping other bugs in chocolate ...
June 30 2014
Program Offering Free Home Safety Evaluations for Seniors
Charlottesville, virginia
Home Instead Senior Care is conducting free home safety evaluations as part of National Safety Month. If you'd like to schedule a free home evaluation, contact HISC at (434) 979-4663.
June 29 2014
Child Psych Beds Nowhere to Be Found in Charlottesville Area
Charlottesville, virginia
Children who face mental crisis and need inpatient care won't find it in the area surrounding Charlottesville any time soon.
June 29 2014
UVA Children’s Hospital Specialties Honored in Best Children’s Hospitals Guide
Charlottesville, virginia
Two UVA Children’s Hospital specialties are nationally ranked in the 2014-2015 U.S. News & World Report “Best Children’s Hospitals” guide.
June 29 2014
UVA Children's Hospital Celebrates Battle Building at Open House
Charlottesville, virginia
The University of Virginia Children's Hospital celebrated its newest addition Saturday, an 11 story outpatient center just for kids and their families.
June 29 2014
Lack of kin delays Virginia Navy vet’s burial for months
Charlottesville, virginia
CHARLOTTESVILLE The burial of a U.S. Navy veteran was delayed for months because he had no immediate next-of-kin to pay for or authorize his burial. A lack of military service records prevented Luther Payne from being buried in a national cemetery after he died on Dec. 2, 2013, at Martha Jefferson Hospital in Charlottesville. Payne was 95, The Daily Progress reported.
June 29 2014
McAuliffe, Deeds in Charlottesville on mental health, CSB reform | With Video
Virginia
Governor says focus on regional providers is next for him, but long-term studies may take precedent CHARLOTTESVILLE – Gov. Terry McAuliffe on Monday identified community service board reforms as one of the state's top priorities in an ongoing plan to improve mental health care in Virginia.
May 25 2014
Eight Indicted in Kevin Quick Murder Case
Virginia
UPDATE: Charlottesville, VA - A Federal Grand Jury has returned indictment charging eight people with federal racketeering, narcotics, robbery, kidnapping, and murder charges related to a string of violent episodes across Central Virginia that included the alleged kidnapping and murder of Waynesboro Reserve Police Captain Kevin Quick.
May 23 2014
Front Royal man among those indicted in officer's murder
Virginia
CHARLOTTESVILLE (AP) -- Four members and associates of a Bloods-connected street gang are charged with kidnapping and killing a reserve police officer whose body was found in the woods in Virginia, according to an indictment released Friday.
May 20 2014
Community Reacts To Murder Charges In Quick Case
Charlottesville, Virginia
A news conference held on Friday in Charlottesville gave insight to what prosecutors say happened to Waynesboro Police Captain Kevin Quick.
May 18 2014
Randy Taylor speaks about Alexis Murphy trial in jailhouse interview
Charlottesville, Virginia
Convicted murderer Randy Taylor spent his last moments in court bolting for the door.
May 18 2014
Press Conference Today About "Major Development" in Kevin Quick Case
Chesapeake, Virginia
Charlottesville, VA - Authorities are holding a press conference this afternoon to announce what they are calling a major development in the Kevin Quick kidnapping and murder investigation.
May 17 2014
Charlottesville Leaders Aim to Improve Affordable Child Care Access
Virginia
Rising child care costs are hitting families and businesses hard across VA and Charlottesville leaders say that needs to change.
May 11 2014
Ribbon Tying Kicks Off National Foster Care Month
Virginia
May is National Foster Care Month. The Central Virginia Adoption Awareness Coalition tied 221 ribbons to a tree in Charlottesville to represent the 221 children in or around Charlottesville who are currently in foster care.
May 11 2014
Randy Taylor found guilty; jury recommends life sentences
Charlottesville, Virginia
LOVINGSTON — Randy Allen Taylor sat quietly in the Nelson County courtroom as the verdict was read — guilty of first-degree murder in the commission of an abduction and abduction with intent to defile
May 09 2014
Randy Taylor trial: Jury asks for footage of vehicles
Charlottesville, Virginia
Thursday, 1:33 p.m.: After more than three hours of deliberating, a Nelson County jury has requested to see footage of the cars Alexis Murphy and Randy Taylor drove out of the gas station she was last
May 09 2014
Randy Taylor guilty of first-degree murder during abduction; life sentence recommended
Charlottesville, Virginia
Randy Taylor is escorted out of the Nelson County Courthouse on Wednesday during a break in his trial. Taylor, 48, is accused of abducting and killing 17-year-old Alexis Murphy, who last was seen near a gas station south of Lovingston on Aug. 3. He has pleaded not guilty.
May 09 2014
Jury deliberations in Randy Taylor trial to resume at 9:30 a.m. Thursday
Charlottesville, Virginia
Jury deliberations resume at 9:30 a.m. at the Nelson County Courthouse in the trial for Randy Taylor who's accused of kidnapping and murdering Alexis Murphy.
May 08 2014
Testimony links Murphy’s DNA to Taylor’s camper
Charlottesville, Virginia
LOVINGSTON — Wearing black gloves, Amber Carr carefully cut open the brown bag labeled Commonwealth’s Exhibit No. 18 and took out a disheveled navy blue T-shirt in Nelson County Circuit Court on Monda
May 06 2014
Governor McAuliffe to sign mental health bill into law today
Virginia
Governor Terry McAuliffe and Senator Creigh Deeds will be in Charlottesville today to sign SB260 into law.
April 29 2014
Preliminary Hearing Underway for Cville Murder Suspect
Charlottesville, Virginia
A preliminary hearing for the only murder in Charlottesville last year is underway Thursday night.
April 11 2014
Charges Certified against Charlottesville Murder Suspect
Charlottesville, Virginia
The case against Tsaye Simpson, accused of committing the only murder in Charlottesville last year, is heading to Charlottesville Circuit Court.
April 06 2014
Hearing Postponed for Woman Charged in Assault of Del. Toscano's Wife
Virginia
The woman accused of attacking Delegate David Toscano's wife, Nancy Tramontin, appeared in a Charlottesville courtroom Thursday for the first time.
March 28 2014
Runners Lace Up to Support Martha Jefferson Hospital
Virginia
About 400 runners in Charlottesville laced up early Saturday morning at the annual Martha Jefferson 8K Run.
March 20 2014
Herring Hears Needs of Law Enforcement across VA
Virginia
Attorney General Mark Herring made a stop in Charlottesville Wednesday afternoon to learn about the area's public safety and mental health care challenges.
March 19 2014
Appeals court upholds George Huguely murder conviction
Charlottesville, Virginia
Former University of Virginia lacrosse player George Huguely, convicted in 2012 of killing his ex-girlfriend Yeardley Love, will not get a new trial.
March 05 2014
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