The human remains of 19th century medical experiments that were found two decades ago under MCV will finally be commemorated sometime in the next two to three years.
In 1999 the rampant crack-cocaine epidemic turned Richmond into the murder capital of the South. Fifteen years later, the city has dropped its former reputation, but cocaine and its addictive properties are still seeping into the city’s underground economy and its constituents’ bloodstreams.
Dumping water on our heads has become a trend on social media as people, including President Rao and Mayor Dwight Jones, take the ALS ice bucket challenge.
Bill Kotti announced that he would retire as president of the MCV Foundation and chief development officer for the MCV Campus effective Thursday.
VCU student Kelechi Kingsley Uchella, 21, died Thursday, April 3, according to the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner of Virginia.