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News Headlines Feb. 14

Another woman has come forward accusing Nobel Peace Prize winner and former Costa Rican President Oscar Arias of sexual misconduct. Carina Black, longtime director of the international center of the University of Nevada, accused Arias of an assault in an elevator in 1998. Arias has since denied the complaint and has not given public comment on the matter.

Two Catholic Dioceses in Virginia released a list yesterday of 50 priests who have been credibly accused of sexually abusing children—some as recent as 1993. Most of the priests on the list are deceased, and the diocese said it is not aware of any priests with credible accusations against them who are active in ministry.

Authorities have said that there is nothing illegal about reports of Ku Klux Klan literature found in Ashland. Authorities are currently investigating the white supremacist flyers, appearing to be from the Loyal White Knights, found in Mechanicsville subdivisions and on Randolph-Macon College campus. Richmond Times-Dispatch included that the Loyal White Knights gathered at the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville on Aug. 12, 2017, and there have multiple reports of flyers being thrown throughout Virginia.

Police are using portraits to identify the victims of Samuel Little, serial killer who confessed to more than 90 murders over three decades. 16 eerily detailed photos were drawn by Little in a Texas prison. Police are hoping to use the photos to solve cold cases across the country and give families “some long awaited answers,” said FBI spokeswoman Shayne Buchwald.


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