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Posted Friday, February 15, 2019 by WLRH News

This Saturday, the Huntsville Symphony Orchestra and Huntsville Community Chorus team up to share their love for one of the world’s greatest composers. We Heart Mozart features two monumental works – the symphony number 41 and the Mass in C minor.

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On this episode of The Public Radio Hour, we're celebrating three holidays ... all in one swoop!

Pianist Margery McDuffie Whatley and UAH Music Faculty member Ron Guthrie stopped by Morning Blend today!

Sundial writer Beth Thames has a recipe for marital success.

This episode celebrates Black History Month with a spotlight on Fantasy Playhouse's 'Freedom Riders' program and a documentary series titled 'The Gospel Roots of Rock and Soul'. We'll also get the low-down on February Bicentennial events and sample a new storytelling podcast.

Morning Blend host Dorrie Nutt visited the Valley Conservatory to talk to students about their music lessons.

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Maria Butina walks with Alexander Torshin, then a member of the Russian upper house of Parliament, in Moscow in 2012. The Senate Finance Committee is now investigating a think tank linked to both of them.

Leaders of the Senate Finance Committee sent letters to the Center for Public Interest, the Federal Reserve and the Treasury Department asking for information about meetings with Russians in 2015.

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services said Friday that it was implementing new guidelines to identify minors in spousal and fiancée visas.

The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services released new rules for officers to identify visa petitions in which spouses are minors. No minimum age requirement for such requests currently exists.

Roger Stone leaves federal court on Feb. 1. The judge in his case has imposed a gag order on attorneys and others.

Judge Amy Berman Jackson said that lawyers and others in the case must refrain from statements that risk creating "material prejudice" but neither they nor Stone must keep completely silent.

Former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick, pictured in 2018, has reached an agreement with the league over his allegations of collusion by teams.

An attorney for the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback tweeted that after discussions, the "parties have decided to resolve their pending grievances." The terms are not public.

Martha Hernandez (left) and Ana Suda say they were interrupted and detained because they spoke Spanish while shopping at a convenience store in Havre, Mont. They've now filed a lawsuit.

"I saw that you guys are speaking Spanish, which is very unheard of up here," an agent told two women in a convenience store. The two friends were born in California and Texas.

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