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AUSTIN (AP) — In a unanimous vote, the Austin City Council moved Thursday to cut about one-third of next year's $434 million police budget amid national calls for “defunding” law enforcement agencies in favor of spending more money on social services.

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Morning Rotary members and their families were recently busy picking up trash around the Guadalupe River Watershed as part of the annual river cleanup, which has been reimagined due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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A transient accused of murdering another homeless man last summer has a jury trial slated for Oct. 26.

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Debby Williams was beside herself Aug. 6 as she watched her sister, Joy, lose hope and struggle to deal with the isolation imposed by pandemic restrictions at a local nursing home.

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In normal years, the new freshman at Schreiner University would be introduced wholeheartedly by the entire campus at the Event Center, but 2020 has demonstrated that normalcy is still a long way off.