A judge has granted a temporary injunction for Jason Kessler allowing him to have his Unite the Right rally in Emancipation Park.
Attorneys for Jason Kessler filed a federal lawsuit late Thursday evening against the City of Charlottesville.
Local government officials are issuing remarks on the anticipated Unite the Right rally that is expected to take place Saturday, August 12.
Authorities and emergency responders are preparing for the crowds expected in Charlottesville Saturday. Police are anticipating up to 6,000 people in and around the Emancipation Park area.
A peaceful gathering at McGuffey Park spread a message that love is stronger than hate in light of the Unite the Right rally Saturday.
The ACLU and Rutherford Institute say they are now representing Jason Kessler as Charlottesville attempts to get him to move the Unite the Right rally to McIntire Park.
Groups dedicated to protecting constitutional and civil rights are calling on Charlottesville officials to allow a controversial rally to go ahead as planned Saturday.
The Virginia Department of Emergency Management, or VDEM, will help Charlottesville emergency crews during the anticipated Unite the Right rally.
Airbnb has canceled bookings in Charlottesville for users affiliated with the "Unite the Right" rally Aug. 12.
City leaders and police are bracing for the upcoming rally at Emancipation Park. They want the event to be moved to McIntire Park, but the organizer says no.
Businesses on Charlottesville’s Downtown Mall hope that people will still come out and enjoy Charlottesville despite an alt-right rally set to take place August 12.
University of Virginia president Teresa Sullivan is calling on students and community members to avoid the August 12th Unite the Right rally.
Democratic senator and former Vice Presidential candidate Tim Kaine commented on the upcoming Unite the Right Rally that is expected to take place on August 12.
After spending four hours behind closed doors, Charlottesville officials say there is nothing they can do to stop Jason Kessler’s August 12 rally in Emancipation Park.
The End Division Unity Coalition is calling on city leaders to provide more opportunities for community members to voice their opinions and concerns.
NBC29 has confirmed white activist Jason Kessler’s liability insurance for his August 12 rally has been canceled.
Councilors are trying to figure out what they can do in response to a planned rally next weekend. They are are expected to go over legal and planning options for the Unite the Right rally.
Charlottesville clergy members are laying out their plans to counter a planned August rally at Emancipation Park.
A Charlottesville is reaching out to people across the country to stand together in response to the upcoming Unite the Right rally at Emancipation Park on August 12.
Charlottesville City Council says it is working to plan Unity Cville events to unite the Charlottesville community on August 12.
An anonymous contributor on an activist website aims to get people to contact hotels in the city and convince them to deny rooms to alt-right members ahead of the rally at Emancipation Park on August 12.
Businesses are laying out their concerns over a planned rally. A letter with 43 signatures, representing around 30 businesses in Charlottesville, was sent out to officials and authorities Thursday.
The cases against three people charged in connection to confrontations involving white activists in Charlottesville were taken up in court Wednesday morning.
Nearly every speaker expected to attend an August rally in Emancipation Park is a leader of the alt-right movement, according to a civil rights group.
Some businesses and organizations in Charlottesville are standing together in response to the upcoming Unite the Right rally at Emancipation Park on August 12.
Police sources say they are expecting thousands of people to crowd around Emancipation Park during a planned controversial rally next month.
Hundreds of people are calling for Charlottesville City Council to revoke the permit of a controversial rally set for August.
Applications have been submitted to Charlottesville for counter events in preparation for an August rally at Emancipation Park.
Showing Up For Racial Justice sent an email to City Council, urging Charlottesville to revoke the permit for the “Unite the Right” rally scheduled for August 12.
The self-proclaimed white activist spearheading a controversial rally set for next month in Charlottesville is speaking out about what to expect.
The city of Charlottesville has removed the 'Lost Cause Narrative' plaque from Emancipation Park.
Controversial activists have filed two permits requests with the city of Charlottesville for events this summer, including The Loyal White Knights of the KKK.