Whitney Houston's funeral will be streamed on the web
Whitney Houston's funeral on Saturday will be live streamed by The Associated Press and made available to television broadcasters.
Guests attending the private funeral at Newark's New Hope Baptist Church will include Chaka Khan, Houston's godmother Aretha Franklin and cousin Dionne Warwick, according to CNN.
Also yesterday, the Los Angeles County coroner's office began issuing subpoenas and contacting doctors and pharmacies to obtain Houston's medical and drug records, an official said.
Houston had been drinking heavily at the Beverly Hilton hotel on two mornings last week, a source told CNN.
Houston was found dead at the Beverly Hilton hotel on Feb. 11 at age 48.