A task force created by Governor McAuliffe to review state's response to the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville has released its final report and recommendations.
Monday night, dozens of people packed inside Charlottesville City Hall to sound off on an independent review into white supremacy events this summer.
Former U.S. Attorney Tim Heaphy has released an independent review of the protests and rallies involving white nationalists and supremacists in Charlottesville.
A preliminary action report is blaming Charlottesville for the civil unrest that occurred in the city on August 12.
Charlottesville city council will reconsider who is handling the independent review into white supremacy events that happened this summer.
Virginia Republicans say a former U.S. attorney should be disqualified from leading an independent review in Charlottesville because of past political donations he made to Democratic candidates.
Charlottesville city manager is firing back at claims made by Mayor Mike Signer about the city's preparations and response to the Unite the Right rally.
Charlottesville has hired Tim Heaphy, former U.S. Attorney for the Western District of Virginia, to lead an independent, external review of the city's response to events during the last three months.
The Legal Aid Justice Center is speaking up for those who felt unprotected this past weekend, and they're calling on police and city officials for answers.
Several legal organizations are asking for an investigation into the police response in regard to a Charlottesville rally by the Loyal White Knights of the Ku Klux Klan.
New information is coming out of the task force looking into how Charlottesville prepared for the infamous Unite the Right rally events on August 12.
Charlottesville is spending thousands of dollars on legal teams in connection to rallies held by white supremacist, "alt-right" supporters and members.
The University of Virginia says a review over a torch-light march and rally back on August 11 is complete.
The Daily Progress uncovered dozens of email documents that reveal information leading up to the violence that unfolded in Charlottesville last month.
Charlottesville City Council is figuring out what things it wants to change following the violence that occurred on August 12. One of Council’s recommendations would look to restrict weapons in public spaces.
Charlottesville City Councilor Bob Fenwick is taking it upon himself to help people understand the events that played out at the Unite the Right rally on August 12 with a website about the day.
An agreement is in the works to help the former federal prosecutor tasked with reviewing a trio of white supremacy events in Charlottesville over the summer.
After some concerns, Charlottesville City Council is taking time to discuss the independent review that is being conducted about white supremacy events that have happened in the city.
The man in charge of reviewing events in Charlottesville by white supremacist and "alt-right" says his team needs to hear from the community.
Charlottesville's mayor is coming under fire for his leadership. Community members say Mike Signer may be more concerned about his image than accepting responsibility during the recent rally.
Charlottesville City Council spent hours behind closed doors Thursday hashing over what happened last weekend, and who should be held accountable for what went wrong.
Charlottesville police Chief Al Thomas is answering some tough questions about all the violence that played out this weekend in Charlottesville.