The public discussion surrounding the reasons for the firing Police Chief RaShall Brackney has been confusing, and also marked by a series of puzzling …
Bob Woodward's new book, Mayor opens up, weed law weird, ex-cop says no racism at CPD, and more...
One of the "most deranged meetings ever held in Charlottesville" takes place, discussion surrounding the firing of Police Chief RaShall Brackney heats …
A roundup of the most interesting news of the week
“I am looking for a new leadership direction in the department and we will start the search for our next Chief immediately,” said City Manager Chip Boy…
A roundup of the most interesting news of the week
"Add in the impact of the Census Bureau's privacy algorithm," says Lombard, "and I would not try comparing and be very cautious using any 2020 race dat…
Charlottesville's Black population continues to decline in numbers and percentage, as does its white population (percentage-wise), but its multiracial …
For years before it was recently removed, the local debate about the Lewis & Clark statue on West Main Street in Charlottesville centered around whethe…
Every year there's an annual tradition: the presentation of horrifying car crash data and accompanying awareness efforts and safety campaigns. Do they …
Sometimes the totality of local reporting can create some confusion...this is a perfect example.
Police Budget/Reform Debate: Email exchanges between Charlottesville City Council and Chief BrackneyEmail exchanges between Charlottesville City Council members and Charlottesville Police Chief RaShall Brackney, November 2020. Source: Freedom o…