Charlottesville police say they’re making progress in their quest to figure out what happened to Hannah Graham. After more than 400 tips came in from the public, they said she was seen with a 32-year-old man and may have gotten into his car – a vehicle they searched and impounded. They also located the man and searched his apartment but have not charged him with anything. Meanwhile, university police belatedly reported two possible rapes near campus after Hannah Graham went missing.
While state lawmakers were preparing this week to tackle the budget and Medicaid expansion, they also had an audience of two people who are trying to prevent tragedies like what happened to their daughter and other women in Virginia.
While Gil and Dan Harrington say they are hopeful that now-missing Hannah Graham is found alive and well, this is eerily similar to other cases of missing or abducted women.
As the search continues for missing University of Virginia student Hannah Graham, authorities spent this afternoon searching an apartment unit at the Hessian Hill Apartment complex, off of Barracks Road.
Charlottesville Police Chief Tim Longo says the search was prompted by one of the most productive leads so far in the search for the 18-year-old, last seen nearly 7 days ago.
Authorities searching for Graham are now welcoming volunteers to join their effort this weekend.
Several hundred people gathered at the University of Virginia last night for a candlelight vigil in support of Hannah Graham, a student who disappeared nearly a week ago. Meanwhile, police are asking for more help from the public, and a search is planned for Saturday.
The Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services reports nearly one third of Virginia’s honey bee colonies died last winter. But one Floyd County beekeeper had a better survival rate.
Turn into Mark Chorba’s driveway and you pass a pond with ducks and geese, and chickens stroll around in the front yard. In the grass behind the farmhouse are stacks of boxes of various heights holding hundreds of thousands of bees.