Jay Janner is a photographer at the Austin American-Statesman.
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Melissa Ybarra le da un beso a su hija Izabela Frausto, de 7 años, el primer día del segundo grado en la primaria Rodríguez en 2016. Hablar con tus hijos puede disminuir la ansiedad del primer día de clases. JAY JANNER / ¡AHORA SÍ!
Theresa Bessette, left, and Terry Whistler, retired educators from Oak Hill Elementary School, participate in rally at the Capitol on Monday July 17, 2017, the day before a special starts, to alert representatives to issues that will affect public schools. JAY JANNER / AMERICAN-STATESMAN
Austin police Ford utility vehicles are parked on East Eighth Street outside police headquarters on Tuesday, July 11, 2017. JAY JANNER / AMERICAN-STATESMAN
The proposed Travis County bond package would include funding for widening Ross Road, Pearce Lane and Elroy Road, pictured, near the Circuit of the Americas. Jay Janner / AMERICAN-STATESMAN
State Rep. Byron Cook, R-Corsicana, presides over a hearing at the Capitol on March 8. JAY JANNER/AMERICAN-STATESMAN
Hundreds wait in line at the Manos de Cristo Back-to-School Program at the Allan Early Childhood Center on Tuesday July 25, 2017. The nonprofit Manos de Cristo is providing new clothes, books and backpacks to children, aged pre-K to 5th grade, every morning this week. Hundreds of volunteers will serve 2,000 children with supplies which...
La alguacila del condado de Travis Sally Hernández habla en una conferencia de prensa en la Oficina del Alguacil el miércoles 19 de julio de 2017, sobre la puesta en libertad de Julio César Mendoza Caballero. A su derecha está el comandante Wes Priddy. JAY JANNER / ¡AHORA SÍ!
Homeless people wait outside the ARCH on Monday July 17, 2017.
Clint Naivar checks on the cattle on his father’s 50-acre farm on FM 3349 in Taylor on July 3. Nearly 99 percent of U.S. farms are family-owned. JAY JANNER/AMERICAN-STATESMAN
State Rep. Dan Huberty, R-Houston, discusses House Bill 21 during a House Public Education Committee hearing at the Capitol on Mondy. The bill would would pump $1.9 billion into the public education system. JAY JANNER / AMERICAN-STATESMAN
Austin police Ford utility vehicles are parked on East Eighth Street outside police headquarters this month. JAY JANNER/AMERICAN-STATESMAN