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Posted Saturday, September 22, 2018 by WLRH News

This episode of Valley Sounds features an interview and music from Huntsville jazz musician Alex Banks.

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Bill Cosby reacts to the verdict in his sexual assault retrial in April, at the Montgomery County courthouse in Norristown, Pa. A jury convicted <em>The Cosby Show</em> star of three counts of aggravated indecent assault.

The 81-year-old comedian faces as much as four years in prison after a jury convicted him of three counts of aggravated indecent assault in April. Cosby's sentencing hearing begins Monday.

The Texas Department of Criminal Justice says it found packages of cocaine with a street value of nearly $18 million inside a shipment of bananas.

"Sometimes, life gives you lemons. Sometimes, it gives you bananas," says the Texas Department of Criminal Justice. "And sometimes, it gives you something you'd never expect!"

A wildfire raged near the Moria refugee camp, pictured here, on Greece's Lesbos Island. The camp is home to an estimated 9,000 migrants and refugees.

A plume of smoke was visible not far from the Moria camp on the Greek island of Lesbos. The number of migrants and refugees arriving in Greece by sea has soared this year.

The ASPCA has a number of tips for how to keep pets safe during a storm. On the top of the list: Don't leave them behind.

Some evacuees are unwilling or unable to bring their pets with them, leaving them in a dangerous position. Rescuers have been tracking down scared animals in danger and bringing them to safety.

Members of the Senate Judiciary Committee listen on the first day of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation hearing on Sept. 4. Kavanaugh will appear before the committee again this week.

Attorneys for Ford reached an agreement with committee staff on Sunday after days of negotiations over the conditions and details of her appearance.



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