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Threats of violence have one Charlottesville group canceling plans to attend Monday’s rally in Washington D.C.

Threats of violence have a group in Charlottesville canceling its plans to attend Monday’s rally.

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Supreme Court upholds firearm ban on Capitol Square

The Supreme Court of Virginia denied the petition and upheld Gov. Northam’s firearm ban on Capitol Square.

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Henrico man arrested after striking victim with hammer

A Henrico man has been arrested after striking someone with a hammer.

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Supreme Court upholds firearm ban on Capitol Square

The Supreme Court of Virginia denied the petition and upheld Gov. Northam’s firearm ban on Capitol Square.