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A look back at some of Hollywood's most memorable headlines.
The final regular City Council meeting of 2014 had more verbal fireworks than usual.
Governor McAuliffe unveils package of gun restrictions that he wants the General Assembly to consider.
New technology would create a paper trail for individual votes.
A woman has told City Councilors she resents attempts to close an ABC store.
An Augusta County man dies following a Monday morning accident.
The legendary Diana Ross will perform at the Paramount in early 2015.
Many area nonprofits were helped out this year by the Bama Works Fund.
The Associated Press has been the next news organization to interview friends of the woman who was the subject of the Rolling Stone article.
Some community colleges are splitting up $500,000 to train workers in certain fields.
The families of nine people killed in the 2012 attack on a Connecticut elementary school filed a wrongful-death lawsuit.
Barbara Walters has unveiled her list of the most interesting people of 2014.
Police discovered the bodies of five people, all shot at close range, in three separate locations northwest of Philadelphia.
A Dutchman's attempt at a romantic wedding proposal was simply smashing.
Saturday's Dec. 13, 2014, represented the last sequential calendar date for at least 20 years.
Demand for macadamia nuts has skyrocketed after a Korean Air Lines executive delayed a plane over "nut rage."
The "Frozen" character has topped a list of most influential fictional characters of the year.
A judge has denied a request to delay the comedian's federal lawsuit against Walmart.
Jon Lester set new MLB records for largest signing bonus and biggest upfront payment.
Here's a look at some of the big sports stories making headlines today, Monday, Dec. 15.