Continuing Coverage: Peaceable Farm Owner Facing Multiple Animal Cruelty Charges
Orange County Sheriff's deputies raided Peaceable Farm in October 2015. Over 100 horses and many cats and dogs were discovered on the property in Somerset. The owner, Anne Goland, surrendered more than 80 horses, 28 cats and 7 dogs. She now faces 27 counts of animal cruelty.
Continuing Coverage: Rolling Stone Article Alleges 'Rape Culture' at UVA
In 2014, Rolling Stone Magazine published an article in which a UVA student described being gang raped at the Phi Kappa Psi fraternity house in 2012. Details in the article did not hold up under scrutiny and the magazine retracted the article. A UVA associate dean of students has brought a defamation lawsuit against the magazine, its publisher, and the author of the story. Click here for complete NBC29 coverage.
In Depth: Kevin Quick Investigation
NBC29 comprehensive coverage of the investigation into the death of Waynesboro Police Reserve Captain Kevin Quick. Quick disappeared on January 31, 2014. His body was found a week later in Goochland County. Nine people have been charged in connection with his death.
NBC29 Archive 2012: UVA BOV Members Attempt to Oust President Sullivan
In June 2012, the UVA Board of Visitors announced that, through a mutual agreement, Teresa Sullivan would step down as president of the university. The news of Sullivan's ouster led to an outpouring of support for her and a movement to bring her back. Following weeks of turmoil, the board voted to reinstate Sullivan as UVA's president.
UVA Football Rallies to Beat Florida State
No. 2 JMU Football Crushes Morgan State 63-12
Walé Oyéjidé Speaks at Jefferson School African American Heritage Center
Dozens Gather at Scottsville Community Center for River Town Festival
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