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Monday was also National Iced Tea Day.
It's safe to say we can all appreciate a tall glass of iced tea.
Let's get your day finished with a look at the forecast.
Monday highs reached just above 90 with lower humidity levels thanks to a north wind. The next few days will feel very nice with northerly winds continuing until the weekend, so look for highs in the low 90s, and lows around 70. Check here for Frank's full forecast.
Drugs found after chase ends
About $1 million worth of drugs were found in a pickup Monday after a chase through southeast Houston that ended with two people taken into custody, police said. Read more >
Mother kicked out of pool
A Texas City mother said she was kicked out of a pool Sunday because she refused to cover up while breastfeeding her son. Read more >
A woman is facing a child endangerment charge after authorities said she kicked her son out of her car and forced him to walk on the Beltway 8 feeder road after he spilled food in her car. Read more >
A helicopter crashed on the roof of a rain-shrouded midtown Manhattan skyscraper Monday, killing the pilot and briefly triggering memories of 9/11, though it appeared to be an accident. Read more >
Major League Baseball released its first update of the American League All-Star voting results Monday, and Astros third baseman Alex Bregman leads American League third basemen by a considerable margin. Read more >
What you missed this weekend
Here's a roundup of some of the other news you may have missed this weekend.
- Maleah Davis Day: City Hall continues to shine pink to honor 4-year-old girl
- 1 dead, several injured after crane collapses on apartment building near downtown Dallas
- 11-year-old boy killed after shots fired into Channelview home, sheriff says
- Bruins force Game 7 for Stanley Cup, beating the Blues 5-1
- Message of acceptance from rural Oklahoma touches people around the world
On this day
In 2007, "The Sopranos" series finale aired on HBO. The now infamous ending left many fans scratching their heads.
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