Daily update: July 1
Traffic tie-ups on the Gulf Freeway enabled Webster Police to catch three women suspected of robbing a Marshall's store at knife-point. Read more from the Bay Area Citizen.
It's El Lago's turn now. Residents are asked to voluntarily to water their lawns only between 2 a.m. and 6 a.m. and to forgo washing their cars. Read more from Inside Clear Lake.
Churches, schools and businesses that use electronic signs to get their messages out to their communities face new restrictions if they're inside the Houston city limits. Read more from KTRK Channel 13.
What are all those Clear Lake women with power tools doing on top of that house in Dickinson? Find out from the Bay Area Citizen.
Seabrook author and minister Brenda Oglesby is releasing two more books this month: Healing is For You and Songs of Praise. Read more from chron.com.
Seabrook's getting $3 million from the feds to fix up The Point to lure back businesses scared off by Hurricane Ike. Read more from Inside Clear Lake.
A NASA manager is pitching a cheaper ride to the moon. Read more from the Associated Press or MSNBC.
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