A U.S. Army veteran in Dallas found herself raising a family in a house with no running water and holes in the roof. As the family survived in a space that was barely livable, a special group came along to offer a home fit for a hero.
A Collin County veteran was recently faced with a countdown no one should ever have to experience. The Army veteran, living in Allen with three children, had only 24 hours to avoid becoming homeless.
This Patriot’s Day is one a North Texas Iraq war veteran will never forget. Failed by the VA, he just got back something that his service to his country stole.
“Home for the holidays” has a whole new meaning this year for a Dallas army veteran. He did not unwrap his present this year. He unlocked it.
WYLIE (CBSDFW.COM) – Thursday mornings at Equest therapeutic horsemanship in Wylie, a group of Veterans meets. The men and women—who mostly served in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan—are there for therapy. Working and riding […]