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Temp
Wed
75°
97°
Wed
97°/75°
A few thunderstorms possible. Highs in the upper 90s and lows in the mid 70s.

Chance of Rain: 45%

Sunrise: 06:29:09 AM

Sunset: 08:27:08 PM

Humidity: 45%

Wind: SSE @ 12 mph

UV Index: 11

Wednesday Night

Partly cloudy skies. Low around 75F. Winds S at 10 to 15 mph.

Thu
75°
97°
Thu
97°/75°
Times of sun and clouds. Highs in the upper 90s and lows in the mid 70s.

Chance of Rain: 17%

Sunrise: 06:29:37 AM

Sunset: 08:27 PM

Humidity: 59%

Wind: S @ 11 mph

UV Index: 11

Thursday Night

Clear. Low around 75F. Winds S at 10 to 15 mph.

Fri
76°
100°
Fri
100°/76°
A few clouds. Highs 98 to 102F and lows in the mid 70s.

Chance of Rain: 12%

Sunrise: 06:30:05 AM

Sunset: 08:26:49 PM

Humidity: 56%

Wind: SSW @ 10 mph

UV Index: 11

Friday Night

Clear. Low 76F. Winds S at 10 to 15 mph.

Sat
77°
101°
Sat
101°/77°
Abundant sunshine. Highs 99 to 103F and lows in the upper 70s.

Chance of Rain: 8%

Sunrise: 06:30:34 AM

Sunset: 08:26:38 PM

Humidity: 56%

Wind: SSW @ 8 mph

UV Index: 11

Saturday Night

A mostly clear sky. Low 77F. Winds SSW at 10 to 15 mph.

Sun
78°
102°
Sun
102°/78°
A few clouds. Highs 100 to 104F and lows in the upper 70s.

Chance of Rain: 17%

Sunrise: 06:31:03 AM

Sunset: 08:26:25 PM

Humidity: 55%

Wind: SW @ 8 mph

UV Index: 11

Sunday Night

Mostly clear skies. Low 78F. Winds SSW at 10 to 15 mph.

Mon
77°
101°
Mon
101°/77°
A few clouds. Highs 99 to 103F and lows in the upper 70s.

Chance of Rain: 23%

Sunrise: 06:31:33 AM

Sunset: 08:26:10 PM

Humidity: 55%

Wind: SSW @ 11 mph

UV Index: 11

Monday Night

A few clouds. Low 77F. Winds SSW at 10 to 15 mph.

Tue
76°
99°
Tue
99°/76°
Times of sun and clouds. Highs in the upper 90s and lows in the mid 70s.

Chance of Rain: 21%

Sunrise: 06:32:03 AM

Sunset: 08:25:54 PM

Humidity: 59%

Wind: S @ 10 mph

UV Index: 11

Tuesday Night

Mainly clear. Low 76F. Winds S at 10 to 15 mph.

Fort Bend County

Assistant City Manager Joyce Vasut spent Tuesday’s Rosenberg City Council workshop session detailing the Capital Improvement Plan for fiscal year 2023 through fiscal year 2027.

Rosenberg officials will meet Tuesday night to discuss budget priorities as council and staff gear up for the budget season in a special workshop.

AP

A central figure in a corruption scandal that rocked Alaska politics, has died. Bill Allen was 85. A funeral home in Colorado says Allen died on June 29 but a person who answered the phone there declined to provide more details. Allen was CEO of the oil services company VECO Corp. and a former publisher of the now-defunct Anchorage Times newspaper. In 2009, he was sentenced to three years in prison on charges including bribery related to efforts to win support for legislation favored by the company. He served a shorter period.

Attorneys for Kentucky’s two abortion clinics are seeking an injunction to block the state's near-total abortion ban. A Louisville judge issued a temporary restraining order blocking the state’s abortion ban last week. The clinics are asking Circuit Judge Mitch Perry to issue an injunction request, which would halt the state law while the case is litigated. The two Louisville clinics resumed performing abortions after Perry issued the restraining order last week.  Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron appealed the restraining order to the state’s appeals courts, but the Kentucky Supreme Court Tuesday night rejected Cameron’s appeal.

Gov. Bill Lee is refusing to rebut recently revealed remarks made by a charter school president who claimed that teachers “are trained in the dumbest parts of the dumbest colleges” during a reception the Republican attended. Instead, Lee on Wednesday praised Tennessee’s educators and argued that the comments from Hillsdale College President Larry Arnn were criticizing “activism from the left.” Lee has been on the defense after WTVF-TV published footage last week of Arnn and governor at a private reception showing the Michigan-based conservative college president making disparaging remarks about public school teachers. Left-wing activism was not mentioned or discussed in the clips released by the news station.

A new report on the Uvalde elementary school massacre in Texas says a police officer had a chance to open fire on the gunman but missed it while waiting for permission to shoot. The report also says some of the 21 victims at Robb Elementary School likely “could have been saved” on May 24 had they received medical attention sooner. The report is yet another damning assessment of how police failed to act on opportunities that might have saved lives in what became the deadliest school shooting in the U.S. since the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre in 2012.

Karl R. Jacobson, a 15-year member of the New Haven Police Department, will be the city's new chief. Jacobson promised during a swearing-in ceremony Wednesday that the department will be transparent, open and accountable to the public under his watch. He has been assistant chief since October 2019. He acknowledged that he’s taking on the top job during challenging times for the city of more than 130,000 residents. The Connecticut State Police are investigating how a Black man was seriously injured in the back of a police van when the driver braked suddenly last month.

The two front-runners in Wisconsin’s Republican primary race for governor are going after one another over gas prices, marking a more negative shift in the race less than five weeks before the Aug. 9 primary. Former Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch attacked rival Tim Michels by name for the first time in a television ad Wednesday where she bemoans high gas prices as she fills up her minivan. Kleefisch has been criticizing Michels in recent interviews, but the ad was the first of its kind from either of the top two candidates. Michels, who is endorsed by Donald Trump, responded with a statement calling the ad “sad” and “completely false.”

Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey has signed legislation that will provide $1.2 billion over three years to boost long-term water supplies for the desert state and implement conservation efforts that will see more immediate effects. The Republican signed the legislation Wednesday. It is viewed as the most significant since the state implemented a groundwater protection plan in 1980. Climate change and a nearly 30-year drought forced the move, which comes as Arizona already faces cutbacks in its Colorado River water supply and more loom. A $1 billion fund will help get new water supplies into Arizona, including a possible desalination plant Ducey has touted. Another $200 million will go to rural and urban conservation efforts.

An enfant terrible has appeared in a new guise as designer Olivier Rousteing of Balmain took a one-off shot at a couture collection for the house of Jean Paul Gaultier. Taking the codes of Gaultier — structured tailoring, Breton striped tops and the conical bra — Rousteing let his hair down on Wednesday for a tongue-in-cheek homage to Jean Paul Gaultier, who retired in 2020. There was something shamanic in the air at Elie Saab, who fused his usual show-stopping fare with the supernatural in rare co-ed show. And French couturier and lover of art and theater Franck Sorbier took his audience back in time to a Renaissance universe of court jesters, fairytale maidens and cantering horses.

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Volunteer Mary Ann Olive pushes the cart with completed care packages toward the exit. See story in Profiles special section, published Sunday or online at fbherald.com.

Having heart and a commitment to community service, local youth, thru Calvary Episcopal Church participated to a mission trip to San Augustine Texas. As multi-denominational mission trip six youth and two leaders joined with more than 70 kids from five states for a week of repairing roofs, h…

NEEDVILLE — It was nearly a perfect night Saturday for the Needville Little League Major Softball All-Stars, but the 2022 Texas East Section 4 host will take a 14-0 victory over Van Vleck with a few extra walks thrown in for the visiting team.

Needville 11U All-Star DJ Jablonski threw the last pitch against Brazoswood Tuesday night in Alvin and leaped into the air in celebration. He had frozen the final batter for Brazoswood with the bases loaded for a 5-2 win.

AP Sports
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NASCAR has penalized Noah Gragson for a deliberate and dangerous crash he caused in the Xfinity Series race at Road America. Gragson has been docked 30 points and fined $35,000 by NASCAR for intentionally crashing into Sage Karam on Saturday at the road course in Wisconsin. Gragson’s swerve into Karam triggered a frightening multicar crash that was so egregious, he was criticized publicly by Dale Earnhardt Jr. ahead of the penalty announcement. The NASCAR Hall of Famer and co-owner of the JR Motorsports team Gragson has represented since 2019 was surprised NASCAR didn’t immediately penalize his driver.

Houston Texans quarterback Davis Mills feels confident and ready for his chance to lead his team as the franchise’s potential long-term signal-caller.

High school baseball

Foster’s Mick Tosch collected his 300th career coaching victory back in April, and if Tuesday’s GHBCA Futures game is any indication, he has plenty more wins to come over the next two years.

High school baseball

The Greater Houston Baseball Coaches Association has taken over Constellation Field in Sugar Land for two days for the organization’s annual all-star games.

High school football

The 2022 Bayou Bowl outcome appeared to be settled after the East jumped to a 17-0 lead at halftime. The West was able to make a game late with 20 points in the fourth quarter.

High school 7-on-7 football

The East Bernard Brahmas have already qualified for state, but that didn’t stop them from putting on a dominant showing at the Rice Raider SQT last Thursday night.

Upcoming Events

Fort Bend County Libraries’ George Memorial Library will present an introductory demonstration of Tai Chi techniques on Saturday, July 16, from 2-3 p.m., in the Meeting Room of the library, located at 1001 Golfview in Richmond.

The Community Flag Ministry honors the military by flying flags around Peace Lutheran Church…

 PUPS (Prevent Unwarned Pets) is a nonprofit group that works to control pet overpopulation …

In the Community

In conjunction with the Summer Reading Challenge, Fort Bend County Libraries will host a special children’s program, “Sharing the Secrets of Puppetry,” on Tuesday, July 12, beginning at 3:00 pm, in the Meeting Room of the Bob Lutts Fulshear/Simonton Branch Library, located at 8100 FM 359 Sou…

Fort Bend County Libraries offers programs specifically designed for high school-aged teens in grades 9 through 12. The programs provide fun and challenging opportunities for these young adults, who are also encouraged to become active participants in designing and orchestrating new activiti…