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A runner heads north, past some graffiti along the South First Street bridge.
A runner heads north, past some graffiti along the South First Street bridge. (Photo by Sandy Carson)

• If you didn't vote early, then get thee to your precinct Saturday, May 10, and cast your ballot in the municipal election; see 'Chronicle' Endorsements, and catch all the updated election dope at austinchronicle.com/election.

• At press time Wednesday, Austin Fire Chief J.J. Adame was expected to either resign or get the boot after spending the last 45 days under fire for what city officials viewed as a lack of leadership at the department.

• Assistant City Manager Laura Huffman is leaving City Hall for the Nature Conservancy; see "Beside the Point."

• The transformation of Downtown continues as city officials decide on a new look for the site of the existing Green Water Treatment Plant; see below.

• It ain't over 'til it's over, Hillary Clinton declared, after winning the Indiana primary by a squeaker and losing North Carolina by a kerplow!

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