Richmond Police Break Up Crowd To Save Confederate Gen. J.E.B. Stuart StatuePolice in Virginia's capital declared an unlawful assembly and broke up a gathering of protestors accused of attempting to pull down another Confederate monument along a prominent avenue on Sunday night.
Alexandria, Virginia Bans Guns On City PropertyThe Alexandria City Council voted unanimously for the ordinance after a public hearing Saturday.
5 Seniors At Graduation Ceremony In Virginia Test Positive For COVID-19Five graduating seniors at a Virginia high school who attended a modified commencement ceremony at the school have tested positive for the coronavirus.
Concrete Barriers Installed Around Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee Statue In VirginiaConcrete barriers were installed Wednesday morning around the statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee that has been ordered to be removed from a prominent avenue in Virginia's capital city, hours after demonstrators tore down a different Confederate monument.
UVA Changes Athletics Logo Design Linked With SlaveryThe University of Virginia is changing the logos it uses for its athletics teams just two months after they were unveiled after criticism that a design element referred to the school's history with slavery.
Jefferson Davis Statue Torn Down By Protesters In Richmond, VirginiaProtesters tore down a statue of Confederate President Jefferson Davis along Richmond, Virginia's famed Monument Avenue on Wednesday night.
Richmond Protesters Topple Christopher Columbus Statue, Throw It In LakeA statue of Christopher Columbus in Richmond was torn down by protesters, set on fire and then thrown into a lake.
Virginia Judge Issues Order Halting Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee Statue Removal For 10 DaysA judge in Richmond has issued an injunction preventing Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam's administration from removing an iconic statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee for 10 days.
Police: 'Admitted' KKK Leader Harry H. Rogers Attacked Virginia Protesters, Hate Charge WeighedHarry H. Rogers was arrested and charged with assault and battery, attempted malicious wounding and felony vandalism, Henrico County Commonwealth's Attorney Shannon Taylor said in a statement.
Court Orders Dismissal Of Trump Muslim Travel Ban ChallengesA three-judge panel of the Richmond-based 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Monday that a federal judge in Maryland made a mistake when he refused to dismiss three lawsuits after the Supreme Court upheld the ban in 2018 in a separate case filed in Hawaii.
Protestors Topple Confederate Statue In Virginia CapitalA small group of demonstrators toppled a statue of a Confederate general in the former capital of the Confederacy late Saturday, following a day of largely peaceful protests in the Virginia city.