Austin's Morning Show

Story Courtesy of The USA Today SIDNEY, Neb. (AP) — A judge said a 5-foot-1 man convicted of sexually assaulting a child was too small to survive in prison, and gave him 10 years of probation instead. His crimes deserved a long sentence, District Judge Kristine Cecava said, but...
Story of Courtesy of The Los Angeles Times By Sam Howe Verhovek YAKIMA, Wash. — With immigration issues front and center before the U.S. Congress, Mexico's president made an emotion-laden visit to this agricultural valley in central Washington state Wednesday, telling hundreds...
Story Courtesy of The San Francisco Chronicle By Heather Knight With high school commencement ceremonies about to begin up and down the state, thousands of seniors learned Wednesday that they won't graduate with their classmates if they haven't passed California's controversial...
Story Courtesy of The New York Times By Lynette Clemetson WASHINGTON, May 24 — Sure, Sharae Sharp knows pediatricians say children under 2 should not watch TV. But the advice feels less than practical when she needs to scrub the bathroom floor or has a migraine and is craving an...
Story Courtesy of The New York Times By Carl Hulse WASHINGTON, May 24 — The constitutional clash pitting Congress against the executive branch escalated Wednesday as the Republican and Democratic leaders of the House demanded the immediate return of materials seized by federal...
Owner goes to court to save attack cat Even Prozac can't tame Lewis the six-toed cat FAIRFIELD, Connecticut (AP) -- Janet Kettman says she and her neighbors on Sunset Circle are always looking over their shoulders in fear the stalker will strike again. "He attacks from the back...
'Methodist' not in name of stadium By EVA-MARIE AYALA STAR-TELEGRAM STAFF WRITER The word Methodist won't be in the name of the school district's new stadium after concerns arose about religious connotations. Trustees are expected to approve Mansfield Independent School District...
Iran Requests Direct Talks on Nuclear Program By Karl Vick and Dafna Linzer Washington Post Foreign Service Wednesday, May 24, 2006; A01 TEHRAN, May 23 -- Iran has followed President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's recent letter to President Bush with explicit requests for direct talks on...
Fox Begins Visit in Immigrant-Friendly Utah Mexico's president is welcomed by the state's political elite and hailed by his countrymen. By Nicholas Riccardi Times Staff Writer May 24, 2006 WEST VALLEY, Utah — Mexican President Vicente Fox kicked off a four-day U.S. visit Tuesday...