Between March 1999 and March 2000 he worked as a reporter for affiliate in , , where he reported to news director Don Shafer that co-workers were making offensive comments about his.
He grew up in and graduated from with a degree in communications and media studies in 2011.
Her recovery is expected to take several months, but Mr.
The suspect was later pronounced dead at a hospital, the Washington Post reported, citing state police.
She underwent surgery in which her right kidney and part of her colon were removed and was released from the hospital on September 8, 2015.
According to her Facebook page, Parker spent most of her life outside Martinsville, Virginia.
She attended James Madison University, where she was the editor of the school's newspaper, The Breeze.
It is unclear whether he did so prior to his dismissal.