Monday, December 9 2013 11:06 PM EST2013-12-10 04:06:49 GMT
Saturday August 03: Alexis Murphy left her home in Shipman, Virginia on Saturday evening, reportedly headed for Lynchburg. She tweeted "Burg Bound" to her twitter followers at 3:04 p.m. Saturday. According toFull Story
A timeline of events in the search for Alexis Murphy.Full Story
Auto clubs from across
central Virginia cruised into Nelson County Saturday to raise money for the
family of missing 17-year-old Alexis Murphy.
The Street Elements Auto Club
hosted a benefit cruise in at the Ebony and Ivory Field in Roseland to help Murphy's
family. Cars and bikes of all
kinds sported pink ribbons as a sign of support. Alexis' relatives say car
shows have always been one of the family's hobbies.
"I think it's just a nice
way for all of us to get together, spend a beautiful Saturday - Alexis is never
far from my thoughts. This is a nice way for us to kind of relax. This is
something that we enjoy doing on a regular weekend," Alexis' great-aunt Trina
The event also featured food
for donations, a bake sale and music. Supporters sold Alexis Murphy
All proceeds benefit Murphy's
immediate family. The event raised more than $2,500. A surprise auction brought
in an additional $2,000.
Tuesday, December 10 2013 8:13 PM EST2013-12-11 01:13:23 GMT
The Wake Forest football program has a new head coach and he has ties to the Commonwealth. Wake officially introduced Dave Clawson as its new head coach Tuesday December 10, 2013. Clawson led BowlingFull Story
Clawson led Bowling Green to a 10-3 record this season and a Mid-American Conference Championship. He was the head coach at Richmond from 2004-2007 and replaces UVa alum Jim Grobe at Wake who resigned after 13 years last week.Full Story