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The Coca-Cola Company is expanding the popular Topo Chico line to include hard seltzer.

Calling all Topo Chico lovers: your favorite mineral water brand is coming out with its own hard seltzer.

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When Steve Davis, 34, moved to Austin from Indianapolis on July 5, it was two months later than planned—and to a much different city than the one he'd visited months earlier.

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Garrett Foster, 28, was shot and killed during a protest against police violence on Saturday.

Garrett Foster, 28, was shot and killed by someone in a car on Saturday while attending a protest in downtown Austin. Earlier in the evening, he was interviewed on a livestream while wearing an AK-47 across his chest.

Here is what else we know about the incident so far.

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A woman who was in a standoff with police on the South First Street Bridge Monday has been taken into custody, and all lanes are open.

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Looking for love has always come with obstacles, and they've only been magnified by COVID-19. Nevertheless, many Austinites continue to navigate these uncharted waters. We'll be sharing their stories every week right here.

"There weren't many things to distract us"

When Mariana Gonzalez got out of a relationship at the beginning of April, she thought to herself, "I'm probably not going to meet anybody all pandemic. Who knows how long it's gonna last?"

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A peaceful Black Lives Matter rally turned violent Saturday night when a person drove up to a crowd of protesters on Congress Avenue before stopping, shooting a man and quickly driving off, according to news reports, Facebook Live video and police.

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As Austin continues to grapple with the coronavirus pandemic, it looks like we'll all be wearing masks for the foreseeable future. Check out these five local businesses selling unique face masks.

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Back when being a freshman in high school meant noisy hallways teeming with teenagers and weekends overflowing with dances and games and first dates, Cassidy Miller, 14, had things to look forward to in ninth grade.

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