Austin's Morning News

Nothing quite stresses out students and parents about the beginning of the school year as the return to homework, which for many households means nightly battles centered around completing after-school assignments. Now a new study may help explain some of that stress. The study...
Most job applications ask the applicant if they’ve ever been convicted of a crime. However, an Austin City Council member is trying to eliminate that question on job applications. He wants private businesses not to consider criminal history until the end of the hiring process...
A Seattle woman claims a big mistake made by staff at a Seattle community clinic left her with a flu shot instead of a birth control injection. The woman says the federal government needs to pay for her unwanted pregnancy. Yesenia Pacheco loves her 3-year-old daughter, Sandra...
Marcus Bradley has been working as a delivery driver for 11 years at home improvement chain Lowe’s in Danville, Virginia. Last Monday, Bradley was on his way to make a delivery when he received a call from his manager saying that he needed to turn ahead and come back. The reason...
A mother has sparked debate after posting a picture on social media showing her wet nursing a friend's son. Jessica Anne Colletti, from Pennsylvania, shared the photo - which shows her feeding both her own 16-month-old son, and her friend's 18-month-old son - on a pro-...
Suffice it to say there are at least two women who support Donald Trump for president. A duo of black women — hosting a YouTube “show” called “The Viewers View” — eviscerated Fox News debate moderator Megyn Kelly for her questions related to Trump’s statements on Twitter...
Shortly before a police-officer-in-training fired on a college football player who drove his SUV through a car dealership's glass doors, the teen wandered around the lot trying to open locked doors and kicking out one vehicle's windshield, according to surveillance video made...
The president of the African American Police Officers League joined the chorus of police unions statewide Thursday calling for State Representative Garnet Coleman to issue a public apology for his comments about being treated rudely by a "nasty" sheriffs deputy in a July traffic...