Zach Ryall is the digital managing editor for the Austin American-Statesman. He's worked for the Statesman since 1977, as a staff photographer, photo director and now in his current role overseeing online operations of the newsroom. He manages the staff that produce statesman.com, austin360.com and mystatesman.com, including web producers, a breaking news team, a social media editor and other specialty online staff.
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A scene of sausage at Wurstfest 1978.
Looking south to north, the Austin American-Statesman property is in the foreground. The Capitol 10k footrace is about to begin on Congress Avenue
Eddie Anderson, 11, zips down a hill on Brookhaven Drive near Zilker Park in February 1980.
This undated photo featured in Kelsoâs Bar Trail shows 'regulars' at Donnaâs Club. The club was on South Congress where C-Boy's now stands. From left are Howard Taylor, Betty Hughes, Slim Coats and Joe Hughes.
This undated photo featured in Kelso's Bar Trail shows 'regulars' at Donna's Club. The club was on South Congress where C-Boy's now stands. From left are Howard Taylor, Betty Hughes, Slim Coats and Joe Hughes.
South Austin resident Mike Gideon examines a tree that was flipped up by its root ball over night on Saturday, Aug. 26, 2017, or Sunday, Aug. as high winds whipped the area. The tree smashed into another tree and luckily, fell just shy of his house in the background.
6/16/83 Zach Ryall AMERICAN-STATESMAN file....Gov. Mark White comforts Speaker Gib Lewis after Lewis bungled the pronounciation of Rep. Stan Shclueter's name, something White has been known to do more than once. ORG XMIT:
Zach Ryall/American-Statesman 1978 photo of Austin Police confronting protestors on the north shore of Town Lake just east of the IH35 bridge. The protestors, including the Brown Berets and one of their leaders, Paul Hernandez, got physical with the police when the protest got out of control. In the center of this photo is Hernandez being...
Looking southeast from just west of the State Capitol, IH 35 can be seen running left to right in the background. Part of downtown is at right. Zach Ryall American-Statesman 04/10/2016
The American-Statesman property is viewed from above over Lady Bird Lake.
North Lamar Blvd. between 10th and 12th streets in Austin, Texas, was under water for part of the afternoon from heavy rains on Monday, May 25, 2015. The Austin metro area saw widespread flooding as nearly every creek in the city was cresting over its banks.