Alyssa Vidales is a multimedia producer for the Austin American-Statesman.
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Truth is, not everyone is up for a 10-kilometer race. For those who take on the Statesman Capitol 10,000, it’s a time to challenge yourself to reach new heights. For those of us watching from the sidelines, it can be fun just trying to spot friends and family achieve their goals. Luckily, we posted up with a camera at the finish line...
Spencer Wells (left), the creator of "The Journey of Man" and founder of the genetics company Insitome, discusses what our DNA says about us on this week's "I Love You So Much" podcast with co-hosts Addie Broyles (center) and Tolly Moseley (right).
Kelly Stocker is a guest on the "I Love You So Much" Austin360 podcast, contributing to an Advice for Ausitnites segment about having a fun social life in Austin without breaking the bank. Alyssa Vidales / AMERICAN-STATESMAN
Melissa McCarthy drives around the cast of the new TV Land show "Nobodies" at South by Southwest in Austin on Monday, March 13, 2017.
Austin police chief Art Acevedo speaks during a press conference Friday, Sept. 11, 2015, about the City of Austin budget and how it will affect the department.
Like any feline fanatic, I look forward to celebrating National Cat Day on Oct. 29. When the day came, I was surprised to see a tweet by Uber Austin announcing that the ride-sharing service, with the Austin Humane Society, would offer kitten delivery service for “on-demand snuggle time.” My cat-like reflexes sprang into action...
Dr. Clay Johnston was introduced as the inaugural dean of University of Texas at Austin’s Dell Medical School during a news conference in the Main Building at the University of Texas at Austin on Tuesday, January 21, 2014.