A former University of Virginia lacrosse player accused of killing his ex-girlfriend lied about visiting friends hours before her battered body was found and had a "blank stare" on his face, a former teammate testified Wednesday just before the prosecutio
A coroner and other doctors testified Tuesday at the murder trial of a former University of Virginia lacrosse player that his ex-girlfriend died of injuries caused by blunt-force trauma and that alcohol and a prescription drug she ingested didn't play a r
A University of Virginia lacrosse player found dead in her bedroom in May 2010 showed signs of suffocation and had a potentially lethal neck injury, the coroner who performed her autopsy testified Monday at her ex-boyfriend's murder trial.
A former University of Virginia lacrosse player said he got physical with his former girlfriend but did not kill her, sobbing and saying "she's not dead" when detectives told him she died, according to a videotape played Friday at his murder trial.
A former University of Virginia lacrosse player and the ex-girlfriend he is accused of killing traded allegations of infidelity and angry emails in the months before her death, with one of his messages saying: "I should have killed you," prosecutors said
Murder suspect George Huguely told police that he shook Yeardley Love, struck her head repeatedly against a wall, pushed her on her bed and left her lying there with blood coming out of her nose, according to court documents.