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Some Charlottesville residents are not happy about higher water and sewer bills.
David Oberg hopes to represent the White Hall District.
Returns over the last five years put the University of Virginia at number one.
Virginia's Board of Education honors several local schools.
Albemarle's beaches will open for the Memorial Day weekend.
New information has led to an arrest for the 1983 murder of Richard Miller, Jr.
June 9 will be "Les Paul Day" in the cities of New York, Nashville and Waukesha, Wisconsin, where Paul was born.
The makers of a documentary about late singer Amy Winehouse say they did not make it to point fingers at people who should have helped her.
The Pearl Jam frontman is among the final artists to perform on "The Late Show with David Letterman."
The "American Hustle" star portrayed the severely deformed John Merrick and opted to forego prosthetics and instead contort his body for authenticity.
Clinton's exclusive use of a personal email account for government business as secretary of state has prompted concerns about transparency and security.
The two teams are moving forward with plans to build a join $1.7 billion stadium in the L.A. area.
Bombing survivors will be allowed to give victim impact statements at the hearing, as will convicted bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
Police say a burglar brook into a Florida house and fell asleep on the couch.
Here's a look at Game 2 in the Western Conference Finals.
The film, starring Tom Hardy and Charlize Theron, hit cinemas over the weekend, and director George Miller is already eyeing a sequel called "Mad Max: The Wasteland."
Boxing fans are calling the hyped-up fight a fraud and they want their money back.
Your daily look at the stories that will be talked about today.
ISIS fighters who overran Ramadi in a major defeat for the Iraqi government and its Western backers are flying back flags on key buildings and setting free prisoners.