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Hearing Set on White Nationalists' Motions to Dismiss Suit
A federal judge is set to hear arguments from white nationalists and others that a lawsuit against them over last summer's violence in Charlottesville should be dismissed.
Daniel Borden Found Guilty of Malicious Wounding
Daniel Patrick Borden, the Ohio man accused of taking part in a violent beating inside a Charlottesville parking garage, is entering an Alford plea.
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.
3 Militia Groups Connected to Unite the Right Rally Settle Lawsuits
Three militia groups who participated in the Unite the Right rally have resolved the claims against them in a lawsuit filed Charlottesville, local businesses, and neighborhood associations.
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.
Charlottesville Court Hears Motions in Daniel Borden Assault Case
A Charlottesville judge heard pretrial motions in the case against Daniel Patrick Borden, one of the men accused of attacking DeAndre Harris last summer.
Judge Hears Motions for Man Accused in DeAndre Harris Assault Case
An Arkansas Man accused of attacking DeAndre Harris following the Unite the Right Rally appeared in court March 28.
2 Men Sentenced to Jail for Removing Confederate Statues' Mourning Tarps
Two men have been convicted of removing, multiple times, the tarps that covered Confederate statues to mourn the counterprotester killed during last August's violent white nationalist rally in Virginia.