A group of University of Virginia students is making proposals to redesign Emancipation Park to better reflect the history of African-Americans in the city.
The Charlottesville community is focusing on learning more about the city's history through its "Dialogue on Race" series.
The Charlottesville Solidarity Wall Group has created a mural on the Freedom of Speech Wall on the Downtown Mall to condemn the actions of Richard Spencer and the other white nationalists involved in the rally on October 7.
Some NBC29 viewers have reached out about an incident at Charlottesville's City Council meeting that took place on the evening of Tuesday, September 5.
Charlottesville city council will meet September 5 to vote on the fate of the statue of confederate general “Stonewall” Jackson in Justice Park.
Jason Kessler, the organizer of the Unite The Right rally, attempted to hold a press conference Sunday in front of Charlottesville City Hall but ran away when the crowd swarmed him.
Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe attended two Charlottesville church services the day after violence erupted at a Unite the Right rally.
Hundreds of people marched at the University of Virginia in a candlelight vigil in response to the white nationalist events last weekend in Charlottesville.
People are sharing their stories after surviving significant trauma last year.
The Charlottesville Area Community Foundation announced it's awarding grants totaling $1 million to 42 individuals, organizations, and business leaders.
Although seven months have passed since a car plowed through protesters on Charlottesville's Downtown Mall following the Unite the Right rally, time has not healed all wounds. A new fundraiser has begun to raise money for those injured during that event on August 12, 2017.
Charlottesville City Councilors are getting closer to changing the names of Emancipation and Justice parks.
A University of Virginia working group that formed after the Aug. 11 white nationalist rally is suggesting new policy changes for events on grounds.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Virginia is weighing in on regulations for permits for protests. ACLU of Virginia released recommendations for government agencies struggling with how to regulate free speech in a way that is legal and also protects public safety.
Mental health counselors and community members in Charlottesville are building a network to help people heal from traumatic events - including the violent, hate-fueled weekend of the Unite the Right rally in August.
Common Ground Healing Arts is hosting a free community service at Ebenezer Baptist Church from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday, November 21.
The organizer of the violent white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, has lost his verified status on Twitter, along with several other prominent white nationalists and far-right conservatives.
Three months to the day after the Unite the Right rally rocked the city of Charlottesville, two local filmmakers are screening a documentary they made about that deadly weekend.
The University of Virginia Library is collecting photos, videos, and stories to preserve a record of the Unite the Right rally and counter-protests that occurred in Charlottesville.
The City of Charlottesville is taking a new approach to planning the future of downtown parks in the aftermath of the deadly violence on August 12. The city canceled a previous request for proposals from design firms and, instead, formed a committee to re-evaluate the plan.
A legal center in Alabama has released a video which offers advice to law enforcement in the wake of the chaos from the weekend of August 12 in Charlottesville.
The Charlottesville Police Department is asking for the public's help with identifying 10 people who may be connected to an assault on August 12.
Virginia Congressman Tom Garrett is making the rounds throughout the fifth district meeting with constituents. On Tuesday, October 17, he shared his thoughts on what happened in Charlottesville on August 12 from his office in Albemarle County.
The people of Charlottesville are begging City Council for change at the meeting on Monday, October 16. Changes include everything from laws to permits to prevent white nationalist groups like the ones present at the Unite the Right rally from coming back.
The Central District Office of the Chief Medical Examiner in Richmond has released the cause of death for the woman who was killed in the August 12 car attack in downtown Charlottesville.
A new report from the Charlottesville Commissioner of Revenue's Office shows what the financial impacts could be from the Unite the Right rally in August.
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.
A study has found that a white nationalist rally that turned deadly in Charlottesville earlier this year drew participants from at least 35 states.
The Charlottesville Police Department spent around $70,000 responding to incidents connected to the Unite the Right rally last month.
A newly released poll shows that three out of five people believe Confederate monuments should remain in public spaces. The results also show a large racial disparity in opinions.
Charlottesville City Council is going forward with plans to remove the statue in Justice Park, and considering recommendations from the Blue Ribbon Commission.
It was a packed house Thursday at University of Virginia for a forum discussing the white nationalists and other groups that came to Charlottesville this summer.
A law professor says he has found a way for the Robert E. Lee statue in Emancipation Park to come down legally.
Business and city leaders in Charlottesville are beginning the work to change the city's image in the wake of violence from the Unite the Right rally.
Over 50 private therapists have committed more than 300 hours of free counseling support in response to stress and trauma resulting from the attacks of August 12.
The March to Confront White Supremacy is a national walk that is kicking off in Emancipation Park Monday night.
While officials continue to work on putting Charlottesville back together following the Unite the Right rally, some parents are trying to do the same in their own homes.
People in Charlottesville got an opportunity to air their concerns at Charlottesville High School in a “Community Recovery Town Hall.”
CAVA is offering free counseling sessions to people in the Charlottesville community through September.
Candidates for Virginia governor are weighing in on what to do with the state's numerous Confederate monuments.
Investigators are asking people who live in the Albemarle County neighborhood where a Virginia State Police helicopter crashed on August 12 to keep an eye out for possible pieces of the chopper.
A crowd gathered in Washington Park in Charlottesville on August 26 to spread a message of unity and hope following the Unite the Right rally and protests that turned deadly earlier in August.
Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring issued an advisory opinion August 25 that states that localities do have the authority to remove or move confederate statues.
Solidarity Cville and other community groups came together on August 25 to present three demands to the city of Charlottesville.
ESPN broadcaster Robert Lee will not work Virginia's season opener because of recent violence in Charlottesville sparked by the decision to remove a statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee.
A man wanted by the University of Virginia Police Department for his role in Aug. 11's torch-lit rally on at UVA has turned himself in.
American Airlines is donating money to Habitat for Humanity to build a new house for a low-income Charlottesville family.
Health officials are providing additional details in the car attack in downtown Charlottesville that injured dozens, and killed Heather Heyer on Saturday, August 12.
Councilor Kathy Galvin announced that she now believes the Robert E. Lee and Thomas Johnathan “Stonewall” Jackson statues have got to go from Charlottesville's parks.
The University of Virginia is welcoming the class of 2021 to grounds in the wake of the violence and national attention the Unite the Right rally brought to Charlottesville.
ALCU-VA says, "Virginia’s monuments and memorials to Confederate war figures must go."
The Central branch of the Jefferson-Madison Regional Library is teaming up with a coalition of mental health professionals to help the community cope with the violence that occurred during the Unite the Right rally.
As classes begin in colleges and universities across their country, parents are wondering if campuses are safe following last week's violent white nationalist protests in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Charlottesville's Jewish community is talking about its experience with neo-Nazis in the area during the Unite the Right rally.
Members of the Charlottesville community are preparing for upcoming rallies dedicated to peace and healing following violence that unfolded during the Unite the Right rally.
Heather Heyer's mother, Susan Bro, says she will not speak with President Donald Trump.
Charlottesville will be partnering with the Community Relations Services division of the U.S. Department of Justice to begin a road to recovery for our community.
An online petition is asking the University of Virginia to revoke the diplomas received by white activist Jason Kessler, and National Policy Institute President Richard Spencer.
Russia's state communications watchdog has blocked the U.S. white supremacist website that demonized Heather Heyer, the woman killed while protesting a white nationalist rally last weekend in Charlottesville.
A Charlottesville-based political expert is heavily weighing in on President Donald Trump's response to Aug. 12’s rally and car attack.
Virginia Democratic Sen. Mark Warner and Sen. Tim Kaine are calling on U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions to start an inter-agency task force to combat hate-based violence.
Several Virginia fire departments have sent crews to Charlottesville to relieve firefighters who worked through this weekend's violent white nationalist rally.
The Soler and Heaps families in Charlottesville took some time out of their day to spread some positivity.
The 'Hoos believe this year's football team can play a key role in helping the Charlottesville community move past August 12th.
A simple symbol of love is covering windows of businesses in Charlottesville and replacing profile photos on social media.
An online fundraising effort for the victims of Saturday's violence from the Unite the Right rally has topped the $100,000 mark in just two days.
Charlottesville City Councilor Bob Fenwick says the city will take another look at possible security improvements downtown after a car plowed into counterprotesters over the weekend.
Attorney General Herring warns that solicitations from fake charities and "scampaigns" on crowdfunding sites are more common following tragedies and natural disasters
The entire Charlottesville community continues to mourn the death of Heather Heyer, we sat down and spoke with her employer, Larry Miller.
Businesses on the Downtown Mall in Charlottesville and the president of the city's Chamber of Commerce respond to the Unite the Right rally, where participants and counterprotestors flooded the Downtown area.
The Charlottesville community is picking up the pieces after a weekend of violence took one life and injured over a dozen people surrounding the planned Unite the Right rally.
The University of Virginia Medical Center is crediting its team with saving lives of some of the most seriously injured people from Saturday's car attack.
The National Transportation Safety Board is releasing new details of the helicopter crash that killed two Virginia State Police officers Saturday.
A leading neo-Nazi website is losing its internet domain host after its publisher posted an article mocking the woman who was killed in a deadly attack at a white nationalist rally in Virginia.
A Massachusetts police department is investigating a Facebook comment by an officer who wrote "Hahahaha love this" in response to a story about a car crashing into counter-protesters.
A community meeting will be held in Charlottesville Monday evening in response to the outbreak of violence over the weekend.
The nonprofit group, Help Save the Next Girl, came to Charlottesville to share condolences for the loss of car attack victim, Heather Heyer.
Due to the ongoing public safety concerns in downtown Charlottesville and as a result of both the City of Charlottesville and the County of Albemarle declaring a local state of emergency, the University of Virginia is cancelling all scheduled events and programming today (Saturday) effective at noon.