Missed any of our articles from last week? Take a look at what you might have missed from Community Impact’s coverage areas in Houston from Aug. 28 to Sept. 1.

Great Wolf Lodge officials unveil November 2024 opening date

Officials with Great Wolf Lodge Texas Gulf Coast in Webster marked the completion of vertical construction Aug. 30, and the resort is projected to open Nov. 15, 2024. Great Wolf Lodge is being built on a 27-acre site in Harris County.

Read the full story by Reporter Shaheryar Khan.

Conroe, Montgomery, Willis ISDs see 4-year double-digit percent increases in student enrollment

Conroe, Montgomery and Willis ISDs are all seeing a rapid increase in student enrollment. The three districts each are projecting a double-digit percent increase in enrollment since the 2020-21 school year.

Read the full story by Reporter Cassandra Jenkins and Editor Anna Lotz.

Second fire under investigation at Los Cucos Mexican Cafe on Hwy. 249

The Harris County Fire Marshall's Office is investigating the cause of the second fire within five days to be reported at a Los Cucos Mexican Cafe on Hwy. 249 in Spring, the office confirmed Aug. 29. At about 10:53 p.m. on Aug. 28, Klein Fire Department received a call that the restaurant located at 22390 Hwy. 249, Houston, was on fire for the second time since Aug. 23.

Read more by Reporter Emily Lincke.

League City police installing cameras along major roadways to catch, deter criminals

League City officials want residents, especially drivers, to be aware of a new technology on city streets that will make it easier to catch and deter criminals. Several cameras from the company Flock Security, a private security camera company, have been installed across the city to read license plates, and they’re already helping police solve crimes, said Harold Lee, League City Police Department captain.

Read more by Editor Jake Magee.

Bad Ass Coffee of Hawaii to open first Texas location in Cypress

A new location of Bad Ass Coffee of Hawaii is opening soon with cafe seating and a drive-thru, according to a news release. The menu features premium Hawaiian coffees as well as food served on King's Hawaiian sweet bread, blended drinks, lattes, cold brews and teas.

Read the full story by Editor Danica Lloyd.