Daily update: July 10
Remember the couple who were hogtied and robbed in their El Camino Village Drive apartment in May? Webster police have released a photo of a suspect, and Crime Stoppers is offering a reward for help finding him. Read more from chron.com.
Meet Franklin Chang-Diaz, a former astronaut who's also a rocket scientist. Next week the PBS show NOVA scienceNow will air a feature about his life growing up in Costa Rica, his journeys on the space shuttle and his work on plasma-powered rockets. Read a Q&A with the Seabrook resident from Inside Clear Lake.
Should Kemah try to turn itself into a tourist mecca or stick to improving streets, parking, drainage and security? Read more about the city's efforts to put together a five-year plan in the Bay Area Citizen.
Celebrating the 40th anniversary of Apollo 11's mission to the moon, UH-Clear lake will show In the Shadow of the Moon at 7 p.m. Saturday in in the Bayou Building's Bayou Theater. The film combines archival NASA film footage with new interviews of astronauts like Neil Armstrong, John Young and Gene Cernan. Dr. Glynn Lunney, who served as flight director during the Apollo 11 mission, will speak. For more information, call 281-283-2560.
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