Austin's Morning Show

Spend more than 6 minutes a day in the bathroom at Chicago's WaterSaver Faucet company and you'll face disciplinary measures. That's what a union contends the manufacturer is pulling: timing bathroom breaks and warning employees when they can't beat the clock. The union,...
Seven educators from across the state began training on Monday to be the first armed school marshals in Texas. The class at Tarrant County College, which includes educators from rural districts to urban-area schools, will go through 80 hours of training that covers gun use,...
Shoppers who thought they had no time to spare after noticing two kids in a hot jeep Monday afternoon took matters into their own hands. The incident happened at a strip center near North Fry Road and Little York. Some of them tried to smash open the windows to try and free the...
Taylor Manning says he was walking into a store in Leander when he saw a crowd standing around a car. A little girl was locked inside, still strapped into her car seat. She was alone in the vehicle, and the car was not running. Manning then grabbed a tire iron out of his car and...
The problem for cyclist Gillian Wu started when she yelled at a gaggle of pedestrians lingering in the bike lane to get out of the way. The group, which included a woman carrying a small child, responded with jeers. Wu, 21, a heavy user of this city's extensive bike lane system...
Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl could have a tax-free $350,000 dropped into his bank account if the current investigation into his disappearance from his base in Afghanistan was not desertion, and if he is deemed to have been a prisoner of war for the five years he was held by Islamic...
A Southern heritage group defeated Texas on Monday, celebrating a court decision expected to force Texas to issue license plates adorned with the Confederate battle flag. A federal appeals panel ruled 2-1 that the Department of Motor Vehicles had violated the Sons of Confederate...
When the school bell rings next month, Dallas ISD will be the largest district in Texas to offer free meals to all students, including breakfast and lunch. The free meals are part of the Community Eligibility Program, which is a U.S. Department of Agriculture program that’s been...
First there was friendship. Then there was romance. After that there was marriage. And now, at what would have been a few weeks from her senior year in college, Christian Minard finds herself expelled from school -- because the person she married is another woman. In a letter...