Henrietta Lacks' Hometown to Erect A Statue Of Her, Replacing Confederate General Robert E. Lee

America has used statues to celebrate men who divided our nation for too long, says Lacks family attorney Ben Crump.

Slain University Of Virginia Football Players Awarded Posthumous Degrees

Lavel Davis Jr., Devin Chandler and D’Sean Perry were killed in a mass shooting allegedly by a fellow student.

Virginia Rep. Donald McEachin Dies At 61

He was elected to Congress in 2016.

Virginia Military Institute Alumni Group Questions First Black Superintendent’s Bonus

Cedric Wins took leadership of the school, with deep Confederate roots, after a probe found systemic racism.

Father Shares His Final Text Messages With Son Slain in UVA Mass Shooting

Sean Perry was unaware that his son was shot when he sent a final message inquiring about his well being.

Mike Hollins, Who Survived UVA Mass Shooting, Is ‘Doing Well’ After Second Surgery

Accused gunman Christopher Darnell Jones Jr. faces three counts of second-degree murder in the deaths of three football players.

Father Of Accused UVA Mass Shooter Breaks His Silence

‘I can’t believe it was him,’ Christopher Jones Sr. says, recalling that his son seemed troubled by people ‘giving him a hard time’ at school.

Charges Dismissed Against Man Accused In Fatal Shooting Of Virginia Journalist

Sierra Jenkins, 25, a The Virginian-Pilot reporter, was killed on a night out with a friend. But lack of witness cooperation means the prime suspect goes free.

NAACP Threatens Lawsuit If County In Virginia Gives Statue To Pro-Confederacy Groups

The groups are also asking for the “immediate surrounding land.”

Missy Elliott Gets Virginia Street Named After Her

“This hits my heart differently,” she said.

Descendants Of James Madison’s Slaves Fight For Equal Power Of Foundation Overseeing His Former Plantation

The descendants accuse the mostly-white foundation board of a ‘power grab.’