Investigative reporting From cancer center to courtroom, 7/9/14. One woman’s battle over bills uncovers a medical center’s aggressive stance on patient debt. This story won the Virginia Press Association’s first-place award for specialty publication news reporting in 2015, as well as the VPA’s “Best in Show” award for non-daily writing. Buried history: A 1954 case of sexual misconduct at UVA comes to light, 12/10/14. In November 2014, a now discredited story in Rolling Stone about a gang rape at a UVA frat prompted a storm of media coverage. Much was made of an assertion that the school had never expelled a student for sexual misconduct. It turns out that’s not true. UVA Foundation-owned Boar’s Head under fire for wage issues, 6/25/13. A complaint leads to the revelation that a tony country club owned by a public university’s nonprofit foundation has a history of labor law violations. The cost of living: At least a third of residents pay more than they can afford for their homes. What next?, 5/28/13. Charlottesville has a reputation as a wealthy southern college town. It’s also got a poverty rate of nearly 25 percent, and a serious affordable housing problem.