(Metro) An Augusta County man is admitting to aiding a homicide. Marquis Johnson pleaded guilty yesterday and will be sentenced in June.
He's one of three Staunton men charged in last summer's shooting death of 22-year-old Coleman Neely at a house party on Knightly Mill Road.
Philip Sabo was also charged as an accomplice and is awaiting trial.
Michael Williams is scheduled to go on trial for first-degree murder late next month.
The Jefferson School City Center is planning to host an open house in honor of the 150th anniversary of the school’s founding.
Established in 1865, the original Jefferson School opened as a one-room school on West Main Street for former slaves.
The facility reopened in 2013 as a community center.
The open house will be held from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. April 11.
The so-called "Tebow bill" would allow the growing population of home-schooled children to participate in public high school sports. But it could be vetoed by the Governor.
After a 5 day-long search, the body of missing 5-year-old Noah Thomas has been found.
Former 4-star recruit and current UVa freshman linebacker, C.J. Stalker enrolls early to not only gain advantage on the field, but in the classroom as well.
The Virginia men's lacrosse team had no problem extending its tradition of dominance over VMI Tuesday night in Lexington.
By Brian O'Connor's count, his Virginia baseball team hit eight balls "on the screws" with nothing to show for it in Tuesday's two-hit, 1-0 loss at Davenport Field against Georgetown.
Brian O'Connor knows all about questions about a homecoming opportunity. The Creighton alum has faced a steady barrage of them every time he has led the Virginia baseball team to the College World Series in Omaha.
Even as United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon claims victory in the battle against sexual abuse by members of U.N. peacekeeping missions, a leaked U.N. internal report charges that peacekeepers are likely under-reporting sex crimes and exploitation, taking too long to investigate them, and clinging to a âculture of impunityâ that bolsters sexual misdeeds.
Ethiopia's planned new airport on the outskirts of the capital is still years from becoming a reality but Tewodros Dawit can already envision how grand it will look.
Brazil's Federal Police agency said Friday it has begun legal proceedings against companies allegedly involved in a fraud scheme that has cost the public coffers almost $2 billion in unpaid fines and taxes.