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6th Annual Austin Pet Expo, 08.21.16
Rudy Rodriguez and his dog, Calvin, wore matching hats to the 6th Annual Austin Pet Expo at the Palmer Events Center on Sunday, August 21, 2016. The event hosts pet vendors along with rescue groups, vaccinations, entertainment and demonstrations along with educational opportunities. DEBORAH CANNON / AMERICAN STATESMAN

The 6th Annual Austin Pet Expo at the Palmer Events Center on Sunday, August 21, 2016 hosts pet vendors along with rescue groups, vaccinations, entertainment and demonstrations along with educational opportunities. Missy is available for adoption.

Back To School Festival , 08.20.16
A free t-shirt is thrown into the crowd during the 7th annual Back to School Festival at the Delco Center Saturday August 20, 2016.   More than 6,000 people were served at the event, which was sponsored by El Mundo newspaper, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas and Wells Fargo.  Free backpacks and school supplies were given, as well as vision screenings and immunizations for the children.  Dozens of vendors gave free samples or information.   JAY JANNER / AMERICAN-STATESMAN

More than 6,000 people were served at the Back to School Festival at the Delco Center Saturday August 20, 2016. The event was sponsored by El Mundo newspaper, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas and Wells Fargo. Free backpacks and school supplies were given, as well as vision screenings ...

UT students Mooov-In, 08.19.16
It's a family affair moving into a University of Texas dorm room as incoming freshman student Sierra Taylor, as Advertising major from Cedar Park far right, gets help from her mother Angela, brother Anthony and grandfather Joe Rocha as she moves into the Duren Residence Hall on Whitis Ave. The University of Texas at Austin Campus welcomes more than 7,400 new students as they begin the arduous task of moving into campus houses Friday morning August 19, 2016 as part of Mooov-In, a 23 year old tradition.

The University of Texas at Austin Campus welcomed more than 7,400 new students as they begin the arduous task of moving into campus houses Friday morning August 19, 2016 as part of Mooov-In, a 23 year old tradition.

Austin helps Louisiana, 08.17.16
Rose Holman, a staff sales associate, and Chris Reighley, co-leader of the critical incident team of the Austin Disaster Relief Network, pack Bibles into boxes to load onto an 18-wheeler for distribution to flood victims in Denham Springs, Louisiana, as part of the flood relief effort in Austin, Texas, on Wednesday, August 17, 2016. RODOLFO GONZALEZ / AUSTIN AMERICAN-STATESMAN

Austin Disaster Relief Network is collecting supplies will be distributed to flood victims in Denham Springs, Louisiana.

Fort Hood housing, 08.17.16
Brian Dosa, Director of Public Works for U.S. Army Garrison, Ft. Hood, left, confers with Mack Quinney, Project Director, Ft. Hood Family Housing, right, in Dosa's office on base Monday morning August 15, 2016. Fort Hood Family Housing, the private company hired by the military to lend and lease on base housing, is opening up rental units, previously reserved for military soldiers and their families, to non-military residents as a way to capitalize on their housing vacancies due to troop reduction in recent years. 

Fort Hood Family Housing, the private company hired by the military to lend and lease on base housing, is opening up rental units, previously reserved for military soldiers and their families, to non-military residents as a way to capitalize on their housing vacancies due to troop reduction in recent years.

Round Rock fatality, 08.17.16
Round Rock police investigate the scene of a fatality on Gattis School Road near Greenlawn Boulevard on Tuesday, August 16, 2016. One person was killed in the crash. DEBORAH CANNON / AMERICAN STATESMAN

Round Rock police investigate the scene of a fatality on Gattis School Road near Greenlawn Boulevard on Tuesday, August 16, 2016. One person was killed in the crash.

Officer Jamie Padron memorial, 08.12.16
Austin Police Chief Art Acevedo hugs Olivia Padron 11, after the Installation of a marker for late Austin Police Officer Jaime Padron in the parking lot of Walmart on Friday, August 12, 2016. This installation is the 20th marker placed as part of the Austin Police Officer Memorial Project. 

A marker was installed for slain Austin Police Officer Jaime Padron in the parking lot of Walmart on Friday, August 12, 2016. This installation is the 20th marker placed as part of the Austin Police Officer Memorial Project.

Tim Kaine in Austin, 08.09.16
Democratic vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine speaks with Cameron Chen at Chapala Mexican restaurant on Tuesday August 9 2016 in East Austin.

Democratic vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine spoke Tuesday to Democratic activists and volunteers in East Austin.

Third Annual Austin Duck Derby, 08.06.16
The Third Annual Austin Duck Derby was held Saturday August 6, 2016 where 15,000 rubber ducks were launched from the Ann Richards Congress Avenue bridge into Lady Bird Lake and race to the finish line to win prizes. All the proceeds benefit the Austin Boys and Girls of the Austin area. Family fun activities, entertainment and food trucks were also on hand.
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The Third Annual Austin Duck Derby was held Saturday August 6, 2016 where 15,000 rubber ducks were launched from the Ann Richards Congress Avenue bridge into Lady Bird Lake and race to the finish line to win prizes. All the proceeds benefit the Austin Boys and Girls of the Austin ...

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