Jesse Matthew is the lead suspect in the disappearance of missing UVA sophomore Hannah Graham. Prosecutors announced today that he was indicted on a string of charges for a 2005 sexual assault. This comes as investigators work to determine whether human remains found over the weekend belong to Hannah Graham. Anderson discussed the latest developments with Coy Barefoot, who has been following this story as the Host and Executive Producer of Inside Charlottesville.
Randi Kaye looks at how the Hannah Graham disappearance, the 2005 incident and others may be part of an even larger pattern of tragedies.
Authorities in Indiana have found the bodies of seven women since Friday. They were led to the remains by 43-year-old Darren Deon Vann, who is now in custody. Police say some of the cases may date back 20 years. Miguel Marquez has the latest.
Dr. Steven Hatch is an infectious disease specialist volunteering at a clinic in Liberia run by the International Medical Corps. Before he left, he wrote about why he chose one of the toughest jobs in the world:
"Why do firefighters run headlong to the fire? To put it out, of course. Ebola is not really different, and it is my fire; along with many other colleagues, I go to put it out."
He spoke to Anderson about the challenges of treating patients from inside suits that do not allow physical contact and even prevent patients from seeing the full faces of the people caring for them.
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