The ceremonies people most closely link with fallen heroes are somber and heart wrenching.
It’s been a little more than a decade since Terrell Army Sergeant Gerardo Moreno was killed in action while serving in Iraq. On Saturday his mother Sandra Iracheta received a special gift honoring her fallen son and recognizing his service to his country.
A war hero from Corsicana, overlooked for many years, is about to receive the military’s highest honor. Sergeant Candelario Garcia Junior, a decorated war veteran, was passed up for the honor for several decades.
Charter Communications donated $10,000 Friday to the foundation to support their work with area veterans.
North Texas’ son Audie Murphy won 33-international awards for service in World War II – all before his 21st birthday. But the state of Texas didn’t award its highest military honor until Tuesday afternoon.
American Airlines and American Eagle honored current and former employees on National POW/MIA Recognition Day Friday.
Texas’ everyday heroes were recognized and remembered today in Austin as Gov. Rick Perry called Texas police officers, firefighters and first-responders the “best the state has to offer” as he presented the ‘Star of Texas’ awards.
While Veterans Day was officially Sunday there were a number of events remembering our service people being held Monday. One of the largest Veteran’s Day parades in the country was held in Dallas.
Every year since 2005, Honor Flight has been flying WWII veterans to Washington D.C.
The United States Honor Flag returned to North Texas to honor fallen Waxahachie Police Officer Joshua Williams. Officer Williams was killed in the early morning hours of July 28.
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.
For the first time since the 2007 season Tony Romo has the honor of being named as the NFC player of the week.