Four officers with the Dallas Police Department are being heralded as heroes after their quick actions helped save the life of a 4-year-old girl who got caught in the middle of a drive-by shooting.
It was an emotional reunion between a disabled man, who had been dragged from his burning home, and the three three River Oaks police officers who saved his life. All of the men came together for the 2nd time at Harris Methodist Hospital.
The ceremonies people most closely link with fallen heroes are somber and heart wrenching.
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 […]
A Texan is among the heroes who were honored for risking their lives to save another person. The 21-year-old will be awarded a medal from The Carnegie Hero Fund Commission.
A trio of North Texas teenagers helped rescue six people and dog that were stranded in Lake Lewisville.
There are some kid heroes in Denton County. The youngsters may only be seven and nine years old but their quick thinking and fast action is an example of what it takes to save lives.
Two young brothers in Fort Worth had a choice between wrong and right… they chose the latter. The boys told police of a burglary and even turned in hush money given to them by the thieves. Tuesday, their heroism was recognized.
The three Dallas police officers credited with rescuing a family from a burning home on Wednesday received commendations Thursday from the chief.