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From the expiration of Texas’ stay-at-home order to UFO videos released by Pentagon, here is the most breaking news you need to know.
From KGNS-TV: During a press conference Monday afternoon, the governor laid out which businesses will soon be allowed to open their doors. Texas Governor Greg Abbott announced he will let the stay at home order expire on April 30th. Instead, his plan to reopen the Texas economy will begin this Friday, May 1st.
From FirstCoastNews: Acclaimed gospel recording artist and Jacksonville-area resident Troy Sneed has died from the coronavirus, a spokesperson for his record label confirmed.The singer was 52 years old. The Times-Union reached out to Sneed’s wife, Emily, for comment, but has not heard back as of publication time. Though the family has not put out an official statement, condolences poured in for the well-known musician and record label owner.
From People: The Little Women family is mourning the death of Ashley "Minnie" Ross following a tragic hit-and-run car accident. According to Ross' personal publicist Liz Dixson, the TV star was gravely injured when the car she was in collided with another vehicle near Old National Hwy in Atlanta around 11 p.m. on Sunday.
From NBC News: Dr. Lorna Breen, 49, who worked at NewYork-Presbyterian Allen Hospital, was in Virginia when she died on Sunday, said Tyler Hawn, a spokesman for the Charlottesville Police Department. It was her father, Dr. Phillip Breen, who revealed the first details about his daughter's tragic death. "She tried to do her job, and it killed her," he told The New York Times. "She was truly in the trenches of the front line."
From Daily Mail: She was forced to cancel the final dates of her Madame X in Paris due to the coronavirus pandemic. And Madonna has revealed isolation has encouraged her to improve her culinary skills as she enjoyed some quality time with toyboy Ahlamalik Williams and four of her six children: twins Estere and Stelle, seven, Mercy James, 13, and her son with Guy Ritchie, David Banda, 14, on Monday.
From Bustle.com: One Bachelor nation couple who's stronger (and more musical) than ever? Lauren Bushnell and Chris Lane, who are set to appear on the ongoing season of new Bachelor spinoff Listen to Your Heart. Now, the couple is sheltering at home in Nashville and doing their best to keep the romance alive during this unusual time.
From Cnet.com: SpaceX CEO Elon Musk told scientists Monday that he'd like to collaborate with astronomers on seeing deeper into space, and perhaps even getting clearer pictures of exoplanets that might host life. "I'm very excited about a future of space-based telescopes that could be very large," Musk told a committee of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine via a Zoom video conference.
From HuffPost: The Pentagon has released three U.S. Navy videos that show what the Department of Defense calls "unexplained aerial phenomena." One video is of an incident in November 2004, while the other two were recorded in January 2015, according to CBS News.
From Ars Technica: When Sony and Naughty Dog said they were delaying The Last of Us Part 2 indefinitely a few weeks ago, it was in part to make sure that "everyone gets to play [the game] around the same time, ensuring that we're doing everything possible to preserve the best experience for everyone." That intent has taken on a new and more ironic meaning today, though, as videos containing massive apparent spoilers for the game have leaked on the Internet - and on the same day that Sony finally confirms the game's June 19 release date.
From Business Insider: Famotidine, an antacid and antihistamine found in the brand Pepcid AC and generic medications, is being used in a trial by researchers at Northwell Health in the New York City area, Dr. Kevin Tracey told Business Insider. Even as Tracey urged people not to go out and hoard heartburn medicines, retailers like Amazon and Walgreens appeared to already be experiencing shortages.
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