The University of Virginia Cavaliers defeated Texas Tech Monday night in overtime to claim the NCAA men's championship.
Articles by Hawes Spencer
The two college basketball teams that will face off for the National Championship have been decided with Saturday night victories: Texas Tech and the team based in Charlottesville, the University of Virginia Cavaliers.
A Charlottesville-based lawsuit against conspiracy theorist Alex Jones moved one step closer a courtroom Friday afternoon when a federal judge allowed the suit's defamation claims to move forward.
Two of the most prominent voices in Charlottesville after 2017's deadly white nationalist rally former Mayor Mike Signer and former vice-mayor Wes Bellamy will not be seeking re-election to City Council, according to a Wednesday night report by the Daily Progress.
James Alex Fields Jr., the young Ohio man who drove through a group of anti-racist protesters during a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville two summers ago pleaded guilty to 29 federal hate crime charges this afternoon. The plea, removing the prospect of the death penalty, was approved Wednesday by Attorney General William Barr.
The young Ohio man who expressed a fascination with Hitler and who drove his car through a group of anti-racist protesters during a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville two summers ago appeared in court this afternoon to plead guilty to federal hate crime charges.
On the day that schools reopened after being closed for two days last week after a racist threat, dozens of students walked out of Charlottesville High School today to demand racial justice.
With the opioid crisis showing little sign of abating, Fifth District Congressman Denver Riggleman went on a fact-finding mission to UVA Hospital Monday.
The college admissions bribery scandal revealed Tuesday may have rocked the education establishment, but one Richmond-based author says it's just another example of the wealthy gaming the system.