Austin's Morning Show

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS In the midst of attempts to crack down on raunchy and rowdy behavior during traditional summertime tubing river trips through this city, a San Antonio topless club is planning a tubing excursion featuring strippers. Trey Maddox, a manager at Palace Men's...
TANYA EISERER The Dallas Morning News A Dallas detective was fired Thursday after investigators concluded that she stole toilet paper and paper towels on at least three occasions last fall from the northeast patrol station. Senior Cpl. Stacey Wychopen, a property crimes...
Joshua Partlow THE WASHINGTON POST July 26 Army Staff Sgt. Jose Sixtos considered the simple question about morale for more than an hour. But not until his convoy of armored Humvees had finally rumbled back into the Baghdad military base, and the soldiers emptied the ammunition...
Neal, former anchor and news director for KLBJ AM, will be on to discuss his coverage of the tower shootings. Tuesday, August 1st, will be the 40th anniversary of the incident.
Andrea Yates' unexpected second chance came in a quiet courtroom, after time had softened community outrage against the woman who held her five young children under water in the bathtub until they could no longer breathe. After jurors filed into the room Wednesday, some smiling...
CRAIG S. SMITH The New York Times Two days ago, Israeli officers along the border were saying that they were in control of Bint Jbail, the biggest Hezbollah stronghold within easy striking distance across the border and an important symbolic target. Hezbollah’s leader, Sheik...
KATE ZERNIKE The New York Times Addressing a joint meeting of Congress on Wednesday, Prime Minister Nuri Kamal al-Maliki of Iraq described his country as the “front line” in the fight against terrorism and vowed to make Iraq an “active player” in the security and stability of...
ERIK ECKHOLM The New York Times After months of fevered lobbying and bitter debate, the Chicago City Council passed a groundbreaking ordinance yesterday requiring “big box” stores, like Wal-Mart and Home Depot, to pay a minimum wage of $10 an hour by 2010, along with at least $3...