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U.S. Army Sgt. Daniel Perry turned himself in to the Travis County Jail on Thursday. (F. Clinton Broden/Broden & Mickelsen)

Almost a year after the shooting death of Garrett Foster, a Black Lives Matter protester, U.S. Army Sgt. Daniel Perry will be charged with murder, deadly conduct and aggravated assault in connection with the killing.

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Austinites, protesting against police violence and racial injustice, shut down I-35 one year ago today. (Austonia)

This weekend marks one year since Austinites marched en masse in support of the Black Lives Matter movement, joining protesters in cities across the country—and world.

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(F. Clinton Broden/Broden & Mickelsen)

Daniel Perry, the active-duty Army sergeant who says he shot armed Black Lives Matter protester Garrett Foster in self-defense while driving for Uber, took a lie detector test for the incident that happened in July .

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(Jordan Vonderhaar/ Texas Tribune)

Austin police and city leaders say they are preparing for November protests as the city steels itself for an election that has wrought tension at the highest levels of national government.

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