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Judge Aims to Get 2 August 11th Federal Lawsuits to Settle
A settlement conference has been ordered in the dueling federal lawsuits filed between Unite the Right rally participant Christopher Cantwell and two counterprotesters.
Judge Considering Motions in Lawsuit Against Groups Connect to Aug. 12
Defense attorneys want a judge to dismiss their clients from a lawsuit that could prevent militia-styled groups from demonstrating in Charlottesville.
Trial Rescheduled for 4th Man Charged in Market St. Garage Beating
Taylor W. Davis, the fourth man charged in connection to the beating of DeAndre Harris, is now slated to stand trial a few weeks later than previously scheduled.
Update: Corey Long Found Guilty of Disorderly Conduct
Supporters are voicing their disapproval over Corey Alexander Long being found guilty on a charge connected to events during the Unite the Right Rally.
Woman Settles Lawsuit After Partially Undressing on the Downtown Mall
A lawsuit stemming from a nonviolent incident in Charlottesville on August 12, 2017 is now settled. Morgan Hopkins was arrested after taking her shirt off while she was on the Downtown Mall.
Southern Poverty Law Center Report: 110 Confederate Monuments Removed in U.S. Since 2015
It took generations to erect all the nation's Confederate monuments, and a new report shows they're being removed at a pace of about three each month.
Charlottesville Singer-Songwriter Producing Video in Memory of Heather Heyer
A Charlottesville singer-songwriter is producing a music video to remember the life of the woman killed in the car attack on the Downtown Mall on August 12.
VSP to Dedicate Helipad in Memory of Trooper-Pilot Berke M.M. Bates
A ceremony to dedicate the helicopter pad on the Virginia State Police administrative campus in honor of Trooper-Pilot Berke M.M. Bates will be held Wednesday.