Top Austin news: Basketball arena underway; council addresses homelessness; more

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Here's the most recent top news you may have missed in Austin.

University of Texas breaks ground on new Austin basketball arena

The university will break ground on the more than $300 million Moody Center Tuesday evening with RSVPs from more than 3,500 people.

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Changes expected for Austin-area schools as UIL releases conference cut-off numbers

Football programs such as Hutto and Liberty Hill will move up in classification, while Leander, Anderson and others move down.

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Austin driver accused of driving drunk in crash that killed his passenger

The victim was in the backseat of the driver's car.

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Austin firm may be responsible for exposing millions of texts in leak, report says

The firm involved is TrueDialog and has been in business for more than 10 years.

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Austin City Council discusses homelessness and possible delay to APD cadet class

An Austin City Council work session on Tuesday included conversations about homelessness and a resolution to delay APD's June 2020 cadet class.

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