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Posted Friday, February 14, 2020 by WLRH News

The Huntsville Symphony Orchestra continues its classical series Saturday (2-15) with sensuous music of Debussy and Ravel and the Alabama premier of a concerto for two trombones by Ricardo Molla.

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Barrels of Love benefits families living in the city of Decatur and across Morgan County. The event kicks off Valentine's day 2020!

Settle in for an hour of stories about love lost, found and unrequited. From the WLRH Sundial Writers Corner, we bring you "Stories of Love."

Sundial contributor Joyce Billingsley's late husband Bill is never far from her thoughts and her heart.

Cattyshack, a not for profit cat lounge is coming to Lowe Mill. You can enjoy a snack and a drink while cuddling adoptable cats.

Two Shakespearean actors of the American Shakespearean Center talk about the plays being presented in Huntsville Feb 4 and 5 at Mae Jemison High School.

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Ethan Howard was among 235 people in the southern Indiana community of Austin, Ind., to be infected with HIV in an outbreak that hit in 2015. It was fueled by injection drug use.

Fewer than a third of the 220 counties deemed by the federal government as vulnerable to similar outbreaks have active syringe exchange programs which can stop the spread of the infection.

Members of the 4th Battalion Royal Regiment of Scotland erect flood barricades in Ilkley, West Yorkshire, as Storm Dennis sweeps in over the region.

Across the United Kingdom, people are enduring another weekend of strong winds, heavy rain and potential flooding as a powerful bomb cyclone hits the region.

Passengers walk along the deck of the Diamond Princess cruise ship, on which about 3,600 people have been quarantined because of fears of the new COVID-19 coronavirus.

The State Department informed U.S. citizens aboard the quarantined ship that it would send a charter plane to remove them. This comes as 67 more COVID-19 cases were identified on the ship.

Attendees hold letters that read "CAUCUS" during a campaign event for Democratic presidential candidate former South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg in Iowa earlier this month.

Democrats in Nevada have been scrambling to adjust their plans, in response to the debacle in Iowa. Early voting opens on Saturday with the state's full caucus set for one week later.

On Feb. 4, beds were installed in the Wuhan Keting Exhibition Center. With 2,000 beds planned, the center will accommodate patients with mild cases of COVID-19.

A photojournalist in Wuhan, China, portrays a city under quarantine in the midst of COVID-19.

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