Top Houston news: HISD cancels food distribution; city waiting on medical supplies from FEMA; more

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Here's the most recent top news you may have missed in Houston.

Families forced to choose who can attend funerals as coronavirus orders disrupt gatherings larger than 10

Funeral homes around the Houston area are making changes to comply with Gov. Greg Abbott's executive order regarding coronavirus.

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HISD cancels food distribution as prevention of coronavirus intensifies

The Houston Independent School District announced Wednesday night it is canceling the distribution of food that the district has been doing for the past two weeks, as officials ramp up precautions to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

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Essential business? GameStop remains open under ‘Stay at Home’ order in Houston

GameStop, the video game and electronics store, remains operational in the Houston area, according to a corporate representative. While customers are not able to enter the store, they can pick up merchandise from online orders.

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Houston awaits federal delivery of PPE and test kits needed to keep coronavirus test sites open

Mayor Sylvester Turner said Wednesday he was still waiting on a delivery of much-needed supplies from FEMA that he says was supposed to arrive Tuesday.

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