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Charlottesville Police Arrest Corey Long on Charges Related to Aug. 12 Events
Charlottesville police arrested Corey Alexander Long of Culpeper on Friday, October 13, on charges stemming from the Unite the Right rally held on August 12.
Charlottesville Joins Suit Against Paramilitary Groups Connected to August 12
Charlottesville is joining a suit to prevent unauthorized paramilitary groups from returning to the city.
Mary Carey Starts Petition to Rename Emancipation Park
A nonpartisan community group that came together in the lead-up to the "unite the right" rally is demanding Charlottesville City Council reverse its renaming of Lee Park.
Richard Spencer Plans Return to Charlottesville
White nationalist Richard Spencer has brought a trio of torch rallies to Charlottesville. Now, he says plan on seeing even more. In a rare interview, he spoke one-on-one with NBC29's Henry Graff about race, monuments, and Charlottesville.
Charlottesville Commonwealth's Attorney Discusses Potential for Charges from Rally
Charlottesville Commonwealth's Attorney Dave Chapman is providing the city manager and police details on possible charges from Saturday's torch-lit rally in Emancipation Park.
No Bond for Indiana Man Accused of Assaulting Woman at Unite the Right Rally
A Charlottesville judge is withholding bond against Dennis Lloyd Mothersbaugh, an Indiana man accused of assault and battery.
Small Collections Library at UVA Archiving August 12 Relics
The Albert and Shirley Small Special Collections Library is preserving the events of August 12 and the Charlottesville community's response to the “Unite the Right” rally.
Study: Charlottesville Rally Drew Participants from 35 States
A study has found that a white nationalist rally that turned deadly in Charlottesville earlier this year drew participants from at least 35 states.