Daily update: Nov. 18
Galveston County's warning residents with small pets to keep on the lookout for bobcats, especially between Dickinson and Kemah. Read more from the Galveston County Daily News.
A judge is expected to rule today whether a jury can hear blood-test evidence taken from a man accused of being drunk when he crashed into Donna Lee Banduch-Lawson and killed her on League City's FM 646 in August 2007. Read more from the Galveston County Daily News.
The trial of a League City woman, Lauree Ann Snider Strunk, accused of drunken driving has begun. The case involves a Temple family injured in a five-car wreck while visiting Galveston during spring break in 2008. Read more from the Galveston County Daily News.
The Clear Creek school district's seventh high school has been named Clear Falls High School and the district's 10th intermediate has been named Bayside Intermediate School. Read more from Ultimate Clear Lake.
A 24-hour emergency center scheduled to open near Falcon Pass Elementary School in March is asking the Clear Lake City Community Association for permission to put up a sign, but it first has to prove it will be a bona fide ER and not just an urgent care center. Read more from the Bay Area Citizen.
A Friendswood man who resigned last week as a Precinct 8 deputy constable turned himself into the Harris County Jail today to face charges of indecency with a child. He's accused of standing nude in his backyard watching teen-age girls play basketball. Read more from Ultimate Clear Lake.
Recite a favorite poem or write a new one during Open Mic Night. It starts at 5 p.m. at Cappuccino Bono in UH-Clear Lake. Read more from Ultimate Clear Lake.
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