AUSTIN – A hearing for the man charged in the University of Texas stabbing has been reset until September.

Kendrex White was scheduled to appear in court on Wednesday, but his hearing has been reset until Sept. 21.

White was indicted by a grand jury July 17 in the May 1 stabbing at UT that killed freshman Harrison Brown and injured three others.

Brown's family attended Wednesday's hearing to face White. His mother held a large portrait of Brown in her lap as the judge addressed White. At times she stifled sobs, hiding her face behind the framed photo.

A judge ruled in June that White is competent to stand trial. In addition to the murder charge, White was indicted on three counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.

This story will be updated as more information becomes available.

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