Virginia’s Year in Review

RICHMOND, Va. (WRIC) —  It was been a busy year in the news.

Here’s a look at some of the stories that had viewers talking in a four part review.

Part I

Part I covers the continuing coverage of the murder of University of Virginia student Hannah Graham, the Jesse Matthew trial, the murders of journalists Alison Parker and Adam Ward who were gunned down on live TV, the UCI bike race, and the closing of King Dominion’s rollercoaster Shockwave.

Part II

Part II covers the Charleston, South Carolina church shooting, the sentencing of Governor Bob McDonnell, the local Dinwiddie couple whose ‘baby buns’ went viral, and the shark attacks that took over beaches.

Part III

Part III covers the capture of Alexander Hill, Former Delegate Joe Morrissey put his personal life in the spotlight, 8News investigated Rape Kits, and the Pope visited the U.S.

Part IV

Part IV covers the Pastor ‘G’ trial, Richmond’s Officer Turner recovers from being shot while on the job, the Confederate flag debate, and local activist Alicia Rasin dies from illness.

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