Meanwhile, in Texas . . .
Some of the craziest headlines you might have missed over the past month.
A Brooklyn woman used funny photos of an eighteen-pound cat to raise more than $20,000 for Hurricane Harvey victims.
The number of Kemp’s ridley sea turtles’ nests discovered in Texas since April reached a record-breaking 353.
A teenager in Fate—wearing polka-dot boxers because he’d stripped down after being sprayed by a skunk—received a citation for illegally hunting rabbits.
A former Santa Claus impersonator pleaded guilty in San Antonio to charges of growing more than a hundred marijuana plants.
A Grand Prairie manufacturer created the world’s largest foam finger for Round Rock–based Dell Technologies.
A woman led Lufkin police on a 23-minute, 100-mile-per-hour chase after slipping out of her handcuffs and stealing a patrol unit.
The tiny North Texas town of Mustang was put up for sale at a price of $4 million.
A suspected robber in Lubbock held up a Burger King, then waited for his bacon cheeseburger order before fleeing.
Texas Wesleyan University fielded a football team for the first time in 75 years.
A 1,000-year-old oak tree near Rockport survived Hurricane Harvey’s Category 4–level winds.