Leaders grapple with poverty at Williamson County summit: At least 30 people are moving to Williamson County per day, and many are poorer than their new neighbors. (MyStatesman) http://atxne.ws/1hmCxya
What two teams are shaping up as early favorites in the Big 12? Oklahoma is one. Texas linebacker Steve Edmond isn’t going to like the other one: http://atxne.ws/1hmvohr #longhorns (MyStatesman)
Many in Austin running community make a heartfelt return to Boston: http://atxne.ws/1mxHP1H (MyStatesman)
No actual ground was broken, but Monday marked the groundbreaking for UT’s Dell Medical School. Construction of the $295 million teaching hospital is expected to begin this fall: http://atxne.ws/1hiRTno
Bohls: Unproven quarterback key Horn element. http://atxne.ws/1nhVFFq Read on MyStatesman
Vandegrift wins area’s first soccer championship
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Did you miss last night’s total lunar eclipse over Austin?
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Four U.S. presidents and a number of figures of the civil rights movement were gathered at the LBJ Library this week for a summit commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act.
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Photo by Ricardo B. Brazziell / Austin American-Statesman