Jesse Matthew, the man charged with killing UVA student Hannah Graham, was arraigned Wednesday on charges of abducting and murdering Morgan Harrington.
Jesse Matthew, the man accused of capital murder in the death of Hannah Graham, is now charged with the murder of Morgan Harrington.
Court records show that DNA recovered from underneath the fingernail of a sexual-assault victim in 2005 links that case to the man accused of abducting UVA student Hannah Graham.
Details are emerging about the whereabouts of Jesse Matthew on the night Morgan Harrington disappeared in 2009.
According to Virginia State Police, forensic evidence links Jesse Matthew, the man facing abduction with intent to defile in the Hannah Graham case, to the Morgan Harrington case.
A Charlottesville Circuit Court judge says he's not ready to decide if a wrongful death lawsuit about Morgan Harrington will move forward.
Morgan Harrington's parents are working with lawmakers and other parents affected by tragedy for change in Virginia's legislature.
A hearing in the civil suit filed by Morgan Harrington's parents against the company that handles security at John Paul Jones Arena took place Thursday in Charlottesville.
Morgan Harrington's parents are now filing an amended civil lawsuit detailing what they think happened inside the John Paul Jones Arena on October 17, 2009.
A Charlottesville attorney is taking over the suit filed against Regional Marketing Concepts, Inc., the security company that worked the Metallica concert the night Morgan Harrington disappeared.
A retired Virginia State Police lieutenant is urging the person he believes has information in the Morgan Harrington case to clear their conscience and come forward.
Joe Rader, the retired state police investigator who handled the Morgan Harrington case, writes letter calling on her killer to turn himself in.
Members of Help Save the Next Girl continued canvassing efforts in Charlottesville Saturday in hopes of bringing in new leads in the search for Morgan Harrington's Killer
Major developments are emerging Monday night in the disappearance and death of Morgan Harrington. A publicity campaign to splash a new sketch of the suspect on billboards is about to get underway.
Billboards and public service announcements will soon dot the landscape and the airwaves featuring the latest digitally enhanced sketches of a suspect.
Volunteers with a campaign to catch Morgan Harrington's killer say an updated suspect sketch is attracting new leads in the murder case.
According to Help Save the Next Girl, the FBI has released a new sketch of the man connected to the disappearance and murder of Virginia Tech student Morgan Harrington.
A security company is being sued by the mother of Morgan Harrington who was killed after she attended a Metallica concert in Charlottesville.
The mother of slain Virginia Tech student Morgan Harrington wants college law enforcement agencies to change how they report major crimes, but the idea is facing some opposition.
It was one year ago Friday that Virginia State Police went public with a composite sketch of a man forensically linked to the disappearance and death of Virginia Tech student, Morgan Harrington.
A Northern Virginia man has been convicted of maliciously misleading investigators with a false Morgan Harrington tip.
Composite sketches are often considered less than reliable by those on the inside of investigations.
Forensic testing has recently confirmed an article of clothing found Nov. 11 as belonging to Morgan D. Harrington.
Virginia State Police investigators say they are not getting the right kind of information on the Morgan Harrington case.
Police are asking the public for information in the Harrington homicide.