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The Austin American-Statesman's Ken Herman (left), pictured with former host of the Statesman Shots podcast, Tolly Moseley, is leaving the publication after a "new vision" was announced by editor Manny Garcia. (I Love You So Much- The Austin 360 Podcast/Facebook)

Ken Herman, the Austin American-Statesman's columnist for the past 12 years, announced his departure Sunday in a graciously-worded report that nonetheless revealed differences between Herman and the new Statesman editor Manny Garcia.

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It could be the biggest Austin economic development project in a generation. One observer calls it a "get-out-of-jail-free" ticket to overcome the devastating economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic. But Tesla, the high-flying builder of electric vehicles, has asked local officials to react quickly and fully to its requests. If not, Tesla could flee to a rival location in Tulsa, Okla.

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Let's take a break from pandemic and economic disaster to consider lighter fare that may lift your spirits and your eyes to the skies above. Set your cell phone reminder: The Air Force's fabled Thunderbirds are scheduled to fly over Austin beginning at 2:40 p.m. on Wednesday. The flyover will last 25 minutes.

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The view from 360 Nueces Street. (David Powell)

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Elevator wars. Cramped life on a balcony. Darkened bars and restaurants. No deliveries to your condo. Generational differences over latex gloves, disposable wipes and social distancing. Ready to kill for a beer on a restaurant patio. Yes, those who live in Austin downtown's high-rises are stressed in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.

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