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Sen. Creigh Deeds Discharged from Hospital

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Affer suffering a violent stabbing, Senator Creigh Deeds has now been released from the University of Virginia Medical Center. More>>

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UVA Holds Vigil for Creigh Deeds Video included

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UVA's College Republicans and University Democrats arranged a joint vigil for the senator. More>>

Va. Looks into Treatment of State Senator's Son Video included

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A Virginia health official says his office opened an investigation into why the legislator's son was reportedly released from emergency custody. More>>

Deeds Stabbing Brings Mental Health Issues to Light Video included

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Senator Deeds was upgraded to good condition after being stabbed by his son Gus Deeds Tuesday, but now questions are mounting about the state's mental health system.
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Who Was Gus Deeds? Video included

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For students and staff at William & Mary, news of Gus Deeds' death has been devastating and many are trying to deal with the grief. More>>

Autopsy Shows Gus Deeds Died of Self-Inflicted Gunshot Wound Video included

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RICHMOND (WRIC) – The Virginia State Police and Bath County Sheriff's Office continue to evaluate the evidence collected from Tuesday's incident at the Bath County residence of State Senator Creigh Deeds. More>>

UPDATE: Sen. Deeds in 'Good' Condition Video included

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State Senator Creigh Deeds is in good condition after he was stabbed multiple times during an altercation with his son Tuesday morning. Deeds' son was fatally shot during the incident. More>>

Deeds’ Son Had Mental Health Evaluation on Monday Video included

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The day before he allegedly fatally shot himself and attempted to stab his father, state Sen. Creigh Deeds, to death, 24-year-old Austin C. "Gus" Deeds got a mental health evaluation. More>>

Friends, Colleagues Show Support for Sen. Deeds Video included

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Lawmakers who've worked alongside Creigh Deeds for years are asking for everyone to pray for the Senator and his family. More>>

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