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A woman in San Antonio shoots her kids, mother and herself over losing custody battle
Police received a call at around 8.30 am from the father of two children in San Antonio saying
that he found dead bodies inside an apartment at the Sedona Ranch Apartments on Henderson Pass near the Regal Northwoods movie theater. The police immediately rushed to the site and found the bodies of a 38-year-old female, her two children (5-year-old girl and 3-year-old boy), and her 68-year-old mother in two separate bedrooms, the father of the above mentioned children found them through a crack in the window door at the apartment and alerted the police. Apparently, the couple has been fighting for the custody of their kids and the mother lost the custody to the father and killed the kids and her mother with a gun and then shot herself too, the father stated that he did not notice any signs of violence in the mother.
4 New death cases reported in Austin
By the Saturday evening, 1396 confirmed cases due to COVID-19 have been reported. 4 new cases of death have also been reported due to which the total count of death in the city is 36.
According to the data released by the city of Austin 382 patients have recovered till now and 70 patients are still hospitalized, out of the 70 hospitalized patients 30 patients are being given intensive care whereas 13 patients are on ventilators. The city of Austin has already extended the stay at home orders till Friday, May 8.
Hays county reports first death due to COVID-19
The number of confirmed cases due to COVID-19 in Hays County had reached 149 by Saturday. Further breakdown of these cases showed that 77 of the cases are still active, 71 patients have recovered from the pandemic. The first death due to the pandemic in the county was reported on April 18.
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Local news for Oakland April 28th
U.S. navy and air force plan to show tribute to healthcare workers.
As the pandemic continues, the frontline responders continue to put their life at risk so that the nation feels secured from COVID-19. The U.S. Navy Blue Angels and the Air Force Thunderbirds are carrying out a plan to fly over multiple cities. The flyover by the defense forces will be to show the mark of respect towards the frontline responders.
Although the flyover was planned for April 29th, due to bad weather forecasts, the plan had to postponed. A new date for the flyover would be announced soon.
The defense forces will pay tribute to the health care worker by flowing over the areas which have suffered most from the pandemic.
Residents of Oakland can now access testing services for COVID-19
To help the frontline workers, people above age 65, the county has decided to merge with U.S. Rep. Brenda. Lawrence., D-Southfield, which will offer to test of COVID-19. The County Executive David Coulter said through a press briefing that the residents of the county will now be able to access testing services for COVID-19. He said that an appointment could be made through a phone call.
The testing of patients who are having symptoms of COVID-19 will begin on May 4. The time for testing is 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. On Monday and Wednesday, testing will be done at South Oakland help center while on Tuesday and Thursday testing will be done at Oakland county government campus in Pontiac. There are discussions going on testing sites for Friday.
It was made clear that any prescription or note from a doctor is not necessary, and an appointment could be booked by calling the health division's nurse at 800-848-5533.
Comcast extends its commitments through June 30
Comcast has decided to extend its commitments of "no disconnects" and waving of late fees through June 30. Due to the pandemic, the schools are closed because of which students need internet access to attend online classes.
The company is also offering Xfinity hotspots to everyone. Anyone who needs the service of these hotspots will not be charged even a single penny.
Comcast has also decided to extend till 30th June the offer of 60 days complimentary service for new internet essentials. Generally, internet essentials cover all qualified low-income households. The internet essentials were charged with $9.95/month.
C&L to hold video conferencing for their client's home improvement.
As the pandemic continues, the residents have been advised to stay at home. During the quarantine, the house owners are looking forward to improvements that can be made in their home.
C&L Ward president Patrick Ward in a press release, said that his company is receiving enormous demands of home improvement. To respond to the client's demand, the home improvement company has decided to give an opinion to the house owners through online conferencing.
Ward said, "it really is a win for everybody. Both homeowners and C&L Ward staff remain safe in their own residences. This is something we'll continue to offer well after the curve has been flattened."
Virginia residents got relaxation of paying meals tax
The Virginia beach city council has decided to wave off meals tax. This decision was taken keeping in mind the struggle of residents of Virginia beach amid the pandemic. This relaxation in food tax will be offered from May 1 till June. The city council has also taken a decision to help local businesses by removing late fees and interest on personal property taxes until Aug 1.
As the restaurants are allowed only to offer services to their customers only by home delivery amid the pandemic, the city has decided to continue the decision of free parking. This decision to continue free parking will be very beneficial to restaurants. However, to ensure that enough space is present, the two -hour restriction would still be followed.
House on ray road got damaged due to fire
At about 2:00 pm on Ray Road in Long Beach, the fire broke out, which caused damages to the home, but the family residing in the house managed to run away at the right time. As soon as the fire broke out, firefighters were called. On arriving, the firefighters managed to rescue the house from fire, but before firefighters had arrived, the house had already suffered damage, and the house was full of smoke. The police have started an investigation; however, the cause of the fire as of now is unknown.
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Kourtney Kardashian protagoniza nueva PELEA con otra de sus hermanas - La Verdad Noticias
Kourtney Kardashian nuevamente se ha peleado con una de sus hermanas, ¿Habrá crisis en la famosa familia?
Kourtney Kardashian protagoniza nueva PELEA con otra de sus hermanas/Foto: Hola La hermana mayor del clan Kardashian-Jenner, Kourtney Kardashian ha vuelto a causar controversia en el reality de televisión Keeping Up With The Kardashians, ya que la influencer y empresaria nuevamente protagonizó una pelea con otra de sus hermanas. Hace unas semanas, Kourt llegó hasta los golpes con su hermana Kim Kardashian, y es que desde que Kourtney anunció que deseaba retirarse del reality de televisión, la tensión en la familia ha incrementado. Algunos aseguran que Kim se enojó mucho con su hermana mayor por abandonar el proyecto de la familia que las ha lanzado a la fama. Pero en esta ocasión, la empresaria de 41 años tuvo un enfrentamiento verbal con la menor de su familia, la multimillonaria Kylie Jenner. Todo comenzó cuando las hermanas junto a su madre Kris Jenner estaban planeando la siguiente fiesta de navidad, y es que Kourtney ha creado la tradición de celebrar la navidad en su casa. Sin embargo, en esta ocasión Kylie expresó su descontento con la idea de pasar el 24 y 25 de diciembre en la casa de Kourtney Kardashian con toda la familia, ya que la joven empresaria de 22 años deseaba que su hija Stormi Webster pudiera recibir a Santa Claus en su hogar.
- "Simplemente no tiene sentido que Santa solo vaya a la casa de Kourtney (...) La mejor parte de la mañana de Navidad para mí mientras crecía era que Santa visitaba tu casa... solo quiero eso para Stormi", expresó Kylie Jenner.