Unite the Right

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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. 

The city of Charlottesville held an emotional ceremony today to honor the woman killed when white supremacists and counter protesters clashed there last summer.  

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Charlottesville's police chief announced his retirement Monday and put it into effect immediately.

Al Thomas had been chief since April 2016.  He was heavily criticized in a city-commissioned review of the August 11th and 12th, 2017 white supremacist violence in the city.

Four men appeared in a Charlottesville courtroom Thursday in connection with last summer’s violent protests.  The hearing was a first step in the process that could lead to trials.  

(Albemarle-Charlottesville Regional Jail via AP)

The Ohio man accused of driving a car into a crowd of people protesting a white nationalist rally this summer in Charlottesville had his most serious charge upgraded to first-degree murder Thursday.