A jury has ordered 17 white nationalist leaders and organizations to pay $26 million in damages over violence that erupted during the deadly 2017 Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville.
A jury has completed the first day of deliberations in a civil trial of white nationalists accused of conspiring to commit racially motivated violence at the deadly “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville in 2017.
Here are some key takeaways from Tuesday’s election, including what the results from Virginia and New Jersey governor races could mean down the line.
A jury has been seated in a civil trial to determine whether white nationalists who planned the 2017 “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville will be held responsible for the violence that erupted.
A Gate City, Virginia officer pulled a colleague out of an oncoming vehicle’s path, likely saving both from major injuries.
More than 200 University of Virginia students who didn’t comply with the school’s COVID-19 vaccine requirement have been disenrolled ahead of the fall semester.
On the four-year anniversary of the deadly white nationalist rally held in Charlottesville, Virginia in 2017, Sen. Tim Kaine, D. Va., posted a photo to Twitter to remember the victims who lost their lives.
A Virginia businessman serving a 26-year sentence for sex crimes involving children was allegedly killed by another inmate in a Lawrenceville prison.
An investigation into the grisly discovery of a corpse found on a Spotsylvania County property has led to more than 80 charges.
In a unanimous 5 to 0 vote on Thursday night, the Arlington County Public School Board voted to remove school resource officers from permanent daily positions in schools.
A Virginia teen turned a vengeful act into a charitable one after her father dumped 80,000 pennies worth of child support in her mother’s yard.
A Loudoun County gym teacher who was placed on administrative leave following his opposition to his school's new gender policies has been reinstated, according to the group who filed a lawsuit on his behalf.
More than a dozen National Guard members were injured when a military bus transporting 25 soldiers overturned in Central Virginia, according to police.
Authorities in Stafford County say a dispute over a fast-food menu item led to a man making threats and brandishing a BB gun before being arrested over the weekend.
A Virginia school board held a naming ceremony where they removed the name of a Confederate soldier from a middle school and replaced it with Katherine Johnson — the NASA legend.
A Virginia judge denied bond to the woman accused of abducting a 2-year-old from a church earlier this month. Prosecutors allege she had plans to take another boy as well.
The Virginia police lieutenant who was fired from the department in April after anonymously donating to a fundraiser to benefit Kyle Rittenhouse said his ousting came in only a matter of days, despite that the process typically takes months.
Virginia Governor Ralph Northam has signed an executive order declaring a state of emergency in the state to address gasoline supply disruptions throughout the Commonwealth.
A Virginia contractor in February pleaded guilty to three counts of making false statements, wire fraud and theft of government funds after he received millions of dollars from federal agencies to provide N95 masks he did not have during the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Officials in Virginia say a police officer accused of using excessive force during a traffic stop of a Black Army officer has been fired hours after the state's governor called for an independent investigation into the incident.