A soldier from Keller who was supporting Operation Enduring Freedom died Nov. 17, according to the Department of Defense.
As the years pass there are fewer and fewer World War II veterans left to tell their stories. But some dedicated collectors are using weapons of war as a window into the past, to keep the veterans’ memories alive.
As America paused to remember its wartime service personnel this Veterans Day, some senior centers in Dallas recognized their individual residents who contributed to war efforts, especially World War II.
Charter Communications donated $10,000 Friday to the foundation to support their work with area veterans.
The building at a Central Texas military post where an Army psychiatrist opened fire and fatally shot 13 people will be demolished and replaced with a memorial park.
A South Texas woman has been accused of ripping her 6-year-old son’s genitals during a rage and trying to repair the wound with glue.
Students got a front row seat for a solider surprise at a special assembly at Burleson’s Brock Elementary.
A senior defense official says U.S. military academy football teams will be on the field this weekend, despite the ongoing government shutdown.
The padlocks come off the gates as the State Fair of Texas opens in Dallas with food, festivities and football. The 127th annual expo opens Friday at Fair Park.
The dispute over the beard had led to the ouster of the original judge in his court-martial. The new judge had allowed Hasan to keep it as his trial last month.
Fort Hood officials say the Army psychiatrist sentenced to death for the 2009 shooting rampage has arrived at the military prison at Fort Leavenworth in Kansas.
A military court on Wednesday sentenced Maj. Nidal Hasan to death for the 2009 shooting rampage at Fort Hood, giving the Army psychiatrist a path to the martyrdom he appeared to crave in the attack on unarmed fellow soldiers.