Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for Charlottesville, VA.
Results 1 - 6 of 6 for "u:foxnews.com" in Charlottesville, VA
In this Aug. 10, 1999, file photo, "Cooter," actor Ben Jones, sits atop one of the 229 hotrods, named the General Lee, used in the show "Dukes of Hazzard" as ecstatic fan, Aliceson Johnson, of Charlottesville, Va., sits in the drivers seat in front of his store in Sperryville, Va. The actor who played Cooter on the TV series "Dukes of Hazzard" is defending the Confederate flag as a symbol of the spirit of independence. Comment?
Country beauty Jana Kramer may sing about watching someone else walk down the aisle in her nostalgic new single " I Got the Boy ," but it was her turn on May 22, when she married NFL player Michael Caussin in a rustic Blue Ridge Mountains wedding. Officiated by pastor Pete Wilson of the Nashville-based Cross Point Church, Kramer and Caussin were married in the groom's hometown of Charlottesville, Virginia, at the picturesque Pippin Hill Farm and Vineyards. Comment?
The attorney for a University of Virginia student says his client will plead not guilty this week to charges stemming from a highly publicized arrest that led to allegations of excessive police force and racism. Twenty-year-old Martese Johnson, who is black, needed 10 stiches to close a gash on his head after last Wednesday's scuffle with Alcoholic Beverage Control officers in Charlottesville, Virginia. Comment?
A judge is scheduled to hear arguments from a coalition of news media seeking to unseal court records in a case involving a Charlottesville man charged with killing a University of Virginia student. Thirty-three-year-old Jesse Matthew of Charlottesville is charged in Fairfax with attempted murder and sexual assault of a woman in 2005. Comment?
Virginia prosecutors reportedly have filed charges of first-degree murder against Jesse Matthew in connection with the death of University of Virginia student Hannah Graham this past September. The charges were reported by WVIR-TV in Charlottesville. Comment?
Fraternities at the University of Virginia can get their parties started again with the blessing of the school's president after a semester of blistering criticism over campus sex assaults. But they'll have to do it without kegs. Comment?
- « Previous
- Next »
Copyright © 2015 Topix LLC