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Posted Friday, July 20, 2018 by WLRH News

This episode of Valley Sound features an interview by Spice Radio Huntsville with Fort Payne-based Soul Karnival.

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The 2018 Town Hall on Drug Trends in Madison County, presented by Partnership for a Drug-Free Community, features a diverse group of professionals

In this episode of Valley Sounds, we'll have a conversation with musician Mark Alexander.

Lyrique Music Productions presents The Hunchback of Notre Dame, a musical based on the Victor Hugo novel and the Disney animated feature.

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House Speaker Paul Ryan of Wis. administers the House oath of office to Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick, R-Pa., during a mock swearing in ceremony in Washington. Fitzpatrick is among his party's most strident critics of Trump's stance to Putin.

Pennsylvania Congressman Fitzpatrick served in the FBI and says he has full confidence in the US intelligence community. Days ago, GOP Rep. Will Hurd of Texas came to the same conclusion.

A group called Translators Without Borders is developing a glossary to help humanitarian workers in Bangladesh communicate with Rohingya refugees.

Scientists are in the early stages of developing new tests that could predict accurately if a woman is at risk of delivering her baby early.

Preterm birth, a leading cause of death in infants, remains stubbornly hard to prevent. Researchers are on the hunt for a better understanding of what causes it and better ways to diagnose risk.

Carter Page speaks with reporters in November 2017 following a day of questions from the House Intelligence Committee on Capitol Hill in Washington.

Republicans claim the 412 pages reveal FBI bias in favor of Hillary Clinton; Democrats say the documents are evidence of deep connections between Russia and the Trump campaign.

Roman marbles are on display in the San Giovanni metro station, part of Line C of Rome's subway, in 2017.

Construction on a new subway line has uncovered marble busts, frescoes, mosaics, even ancient peach pits, dating back nearly 2,000 years. Archaeologists have also found an ancient military barracks.



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