Thursday, April 9, 2020
Comet Atlas Virtual Telescope Project Comet Atlas has the potential to put on one of the best shows by a melting space snowball in years, but there’s some early indications that it might be breaking up early and cruising towards a spectacular fizzling instead. In a note shared via The Astronomer’s Telegram Monday, astronomers Quanzhi Ye ... The post Possible superstar comet Atlas looks like it’s breaking up already appeared first on News For Tomorrow - Breaking News when you need it most.
The state saw nearly a 40% sales increase, compared to last March BEND, Ore. (KTVZ) — According to Oregon’s Liquor Control Commission, marijuana sales in the state reached nearly $85 million last month. That’s more than a $20 million increase, compared to last March. Creative Crops Rec, a medical marijuana dispensary in Bend, has been ... The post Oregon has record-breaking month in marijuana sales appeared first on News For Tomorrow - Breaking News when you need it most.
Wednesday, April 8, 2020
SAN ANTONIO — San Antonio Police have confirmed that Amisty Serenity Danielle Monrreal was found after an AMBER Alert went out early Wednesday morning. She is now safe with her family SAPD worried for the girl’s safety, saying she had been abducted just southwest of downtown around 10 p.m. on Tuesday. RELATED: AMBER Alert discontinued ... The post BREAKING: 12-year-old girl from San Antonio found after AMBER Alert appeared first on News For Tomorrow - Breaking News when you need it most.
Dr. Bonnie Henry speaks at a press conference April 8. Image Credit: FACEBOOK April 08, 2020 – 3:50 PM After three days without an increase in numbers, there are now two more cases of COVID-19 within Interior Health’s region, taking the total to 130. Across the ... The post BREAKING: Two more COVID-19 cases in Interior Health region following 3 days without appeared first on News For Tomorrow - Breaking News when you need it most.
Police arrested a woman in connection to a child’s death in Montcalm County last month. In early March, Vayda Vasquez was found unresponsive at her babysitter’s home in Douglass Township. She was not even two-years-old. Wednesday afternoon, state police say they arrested a Stanton woman on charges of open murder, child abuse and felony murder. ... The post BREAKING: Stanton Woman Arrested in Toddler Homicide Investigation appeared first on News For Tomorrow - Breaking News when you need it most.
It’s troubling to hear that San Jose restaurants, including Capers Loft in downtown and Jack Holder’s in Willow Glen, have been recently burglarized during the coronavirus pandemic. Restaurants and bars all over the city and the state have been absolutely pummeled economically by the shelter-in-place orders. Some have closed, we hope temporarily, while others have ... The post Restaurant break-ins add to San Jose businesses’ economic woes appeared first on News For Tomorrow - Breaking News when you need it most.
ST. PAUL, Minn. (KTTC) — Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz has announced the extension of the stay-at-home order until May 4. The initial stay-at-home order was scheduled to last through April 10. “What we are doing is working, Minnesota,” Walz said in a news release. “We are taking this seriously, and we are staying home. While ... The post Walz extends stay-at-home order until May 4 appeared first on News For Tomorrow - Breaking News when you need it most.
Name: Kerri Nelson Title: Shareholder, Bassford Remele Education: B.A., English and psychology, Gustavus Adolphus College; J.D., William Mitchell College of Law Kerri Nelson is fielding questions from employment law practice clients whose employees now work remotely as the Bassford Remele shareholder adjusts to working from home. Clients are asking about technical and personnel issues and ... The post Employment law issues likely as jobs go remote – Minnesota Lawyer appeared first on News For Tomorrow - Breaking News when you need it most.
© Reuters. By Kim Khan Investing.com – Stockpiles of U.S. crude climbed more than expected again last week, the Energy Information Administration reported Wednesday, as demand destruction from the Covid-19 pandemic continued. rose by 15.2 million barrels for the week ended April 3, the EIA said. That compared with expectations for a build of about ... The post Breaking: Oil Inventories Jumped by 15.2M Barrels Last Week: EIA By Investing.com appeared first on News For Tomorrow - Breaking News when you need it most.
SAN ANTONIO – A San Antonio family is not allowing the coronavirus pandemic to break their bond and tradition. Abel Valdez posted a tweet Sunday of his family surprising his 83-year-old mother, Herminia Valdez, at her home on the West Side. My 83 year old mom has been quarantined for a month & hasn’t left ... The post SA family plans surprise parade for 83-year-old mother in quarantine appeared first on News For Tomorrow - Breaking News when you need it most.
Published 10:49 pm CDT, Tuesday, April 7, 2020 Water main break causes boil water order for areas of San Antonio. Water main break causes boil water order for areas of San Antonio. Photo: SAWS Water main break causes boil water order for areas of San Antonio. Water main break causes boil water order for areas of ... The post SAWS: Boil water notice issued for North Side after water main break appeared first on News For Tomorrow - Breaking News when you need it most.
More than 12 police officers including seven found drinking in a bar have been arrested and charged with flouting curfew regulations. Another at least 10 are under investigations or interdiction for various offences, including assault on Kenyans as they enforced the curfew. The latest arrests happened in Makongeni, Nairobi on Sunday where seven police officers ... The post Policemen detained for breaking curfew law : The Standard appeared first on News For Tomorrow - Breaking News when you need it most.
HONOLULU (KHON2) – While the state is enforcing stay-at-home orders during the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic, Kauai County Mayor Derek Kawakami is proving that staying inside doesn’t have to be boring. Dancing, cooking and magic tricks. Those are just some of the fun ways Mayor Kawakami is breaking the boredom while urging residents to stay home. ... The post #HAWAIISTRONG: Kauai County Mayor breaking the boredom through Instagram videos appeared first on News For Tomorrow - Breaking News when you need it most.
Tuesday, April 7, 2020
Coronavirus: Jabalpur Police enforced a strict lockdown the city. Bhopal: With no new coronavirus cases in the last 12 days, local authorities in Madhya Pradesh’s Jabalpur have claimed a major success in breaking the COVID-19 infection cycle at the local transmission level. Located about 300 km from Bhopal, Jabalpur was the first to report not ... The post Coronavirus COVID 19 Jabalpur – Madhya Pradesh City Claims Major Success In Breaking COVID-19 Chain appeared first on News For Tomorrow - Breaking News when you need it most.
Victor Ogunyinka Nigeria has taken its total confirmed cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) to 254, just as 16 new cases have been confirmed Tuesday evening. The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) explained that of the 16 new cases reported on the 7th of April, ten (10) are in Lagos, two(2) is in FCT, two(2) are ... The post UPDATED: Nigeria records 16 new cases of coronavirus, total now 254 appeared first on News For Tomorrow - Breaking News when you need it most.
By MERRICK ANDREWS, St. Lucia News Online staff Share This On: Cecil Pilgrim (St. Lucia News Online) — The family members of a man, who was found deceased at a residence in Grass Street, Castries early this morning, are angry over the fact that they found out about his death after seeing a photo of ... The post BREAKING NEWS: Family of Grass Street suicide victim outraged after ‘dead photo’ posted online appeared first on News For Tomorrow - Breaking News when you need it most.
Laurie Percoco tries not to cry when she talks about how the coronavirus crisis has affected her business. “I’m sorry,” the owner of POSH Color Studio, a hair salon in Easton, said, choking up a little. “It’s just really hard.” Percoco, like salon owners across the state, was forced to close due to social distancing ... The post “I have moments where I break down.” -Tales from salon owners appeared first on News For Tomorrow - Breaking News when you need it most.
I be-leaf! Image of Jesus appears in a tree in Colombia prompting locals to break coronavirus lockdown as they gather to pray Image of Jesus on the cross appeared in a tree in Magangue, northern Colombia The scene prompted dozens of locals to gather and begin praying for protection Police were called and broke up ... The post Colombians break coronavirus lockdown after image of Jesus appears in tree appeared first on News For Tomorrow - Breaking News when you need it most.
Jones County Health Department’s Communicable Disease staff are working at this time to conduct contact tracing to make sure everyone who came into close contact with this individual is contacted. Close contact is anyone who was within six feet of the individual for more than 10 minutes. To protect the individuals’ privacy, no further information ... The post Jones County identifies two positive cases of COVID-19 — Neuse News appeared first on News For Tomorrow - Breaking News when you need it most.
WAGONER COUNTY, Okla. (KFOR) – A man was arrested after he allegedly attempted to break into an Oklahoma deputy’s patrol vehicle using a Yeti cup. On April 2, Wagoner County dispatch advised a white male dressed in black was attempting to break into a Wagoner County deputy’s patrol car while it was sitting behind the ... The post Suspect accused of trying to break into Oklahoma deputy’s vehicle using Yeti cup appeared first on News For Tomorrow - Breaking News when you need it most.