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Posted Friday, December 14, 2018 by WLRH News

Per our tradition, this last episode of Sundial before Christmas features Kathryn Tucker Windham sharing the story of how sometimes Santa delivers presents in not-so-traditional ways.

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Christopher Joel Carter is the organist at Trinity United Methodist Church, and the Dean of the Greater Huntsville Chapter of the American Guild of

The December Valley Sounds Meet and greet is Tuesday, December 18th from 6pm - 8pm at Wish You Were Beer: Campus 805.

WLRH will be holding its 3rd annual Winter Solstice Open House on Thursday, December 20th between 8am and 12pm at the WLRH Studios.

In this episode of the Sundial Writers Corner, Rose Battle shares a story of Christmas, three miles back, on Battle Hill where she spent her childh

Now in its 50th year, Huntsville Ballet Company’s critically acclaimed production of The Nutcracker returns to the Von Braun Center next week

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Michael Cohen, President Trump's former personal attorney, arrives at federal court for his sentencing hearing on Wednesday in New York City. He was sentenced to three years in prison.

This week in the Russia investigations: Headlines and courtroom action are coming thick and fast in the final weeks of the year, but a core "collusion" case also looks weaker than it ever has.

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos speaks during a Cabinet meeting in the White House in August.

Also this week, the Kentucky Supreme Court struck down a bill that prompted thousands of teachers to protest this spring.

Information cards displayed during an Affordable Care Act enrollment event in San Antonio, Texas, in 2016. A federal judge struck down the health insurance law as unconstitutional Friday.

President Trump praised the ruling by a court in Texas as supporters of the ACA said they will appeal.

Tuna, seen on display last year at a fish market in Mexico City. The World Trade Organization dealt Mexico a defeat on appeal Friday, dismissing the country's argument that labeling regulations in the U.S. violated WTO rules.

The World Trade Organization sided with the U.S. on Friday, rejecting Mexico's claim that the U.S. is unfairly denying Mexican tuna products the advantageous "dolphin safe" label.

Actress Eliza Dushku reached a $9.5 million settlement with CBS last year after she alleged she was written off <em>Bull</em> because she had made a sexual harassment complaint against the show's lead.

Days after confronting actor Michael Weatherly, a huge star for the network, Dushku was written off Bull. An investigation determined the company often protected itself at the expense of victims.



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