(AP Photo/Steve Helber)

Many were injured when white supremacists sparked violence in Charlottesville last summer, but they were not the only victims. 

Some merchants on the downtown mall have warned city council that shops and restaurants could be going out of business as a result. 

Jeff Burger and Misa Hopkins

The events in Charlottesville last summer are now part of history, but a local couple is doing something they hope will prevent future fights.  They’ve launched – a multi-media effort called the Beliefs Project to help people understand and talk with those who have different views. 

Charlottesville Police do not suspect foul play in  the death of 31-year-old Molly Miller. The Charlottesville resident disappeared last weekend, prompting an extensive search.  

Piedmont Environmental Council

Governor Terry McAuliffe was in Charlottesville Thursday to announce the opening of a new park.  The land for that property has been in state hands for more than eight years, but a Republican legislature refused to fund its development. That prompted McAuliffe to cut an unusual deal.

Turmoil Continues at Charlottesville City Hall

Jan 3, 2018

Two new members took their seats on Charlottesville City Council Tuesday night, electing a new mayor – Nikuya Walker.  She’s an African-American and the first independent elected to council since 1948.    Some members of the audience hope those changes will restore civility, since shouting and insults have become the norm.