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White Nationalist Cantwell Says He'll Turn Himself In on UVA Felony Warrants
A white nationalist wanted for crimes authorities say were committed at the University of Virginia a day before a deadly rally says he'll turn himself in to authorities.
Students Question UVA Administration's Response to Torch-Lit Rally
A student group at the University of Virginia is demanding answers from the administration about its response to the torch-lit march through grounds by “alt-right” supporters.
Health Officials Offer Update on Victims in Charlottesville Car Attack
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Charlottesville City Council Meeting Ends Abruptly, Residents Express Concerns
There is more unrest in Charlottesville as city council's regular meeting abruptly ended.
Attorneys Withdraw Jason Kessler's Lawsuit Against Charlottesville
The attorneys representing white activist Jason Kessler have withdrawn a lawsuit against Charlottesville. The lawsuit was filed by the ACLU and the Rutherford Institute
Councilor Galvin Now Calling for Removal of Charlottesville's Confederate Statues
Councilor Kathy Galvin announced that she now believes the Robert E. Lee and Thomas Johnathan “Stonewall” Jackson statues have got to go from Charlottesville's parks.
Commonwealth Attorney Declining to Prosecute Kessler for May Incident
Jason Kessler is no longer facing a disorderly conduct charge stemming from a May confrontation in Emancipation Park.
NAACP Branch: Strip Virginia Schools of Confederate Names
The Hampton branch of the NAACP is calling for two Virginia schools to be stripped of Confederate leaders' names.