'Hiring Our Heroes' Event Draws Hopeful Veterans In DallasHundreds of military veterans and their spouses poured into the American Airlines Center in Dallas on Tuesday for a special hiring event.
Veterans Observe 75th Anniversary Of Pearl HarborDozens of World War II veterans, and a handful of Pearl Harbor survivors gathered to share a meal and their stories on this, the 75th anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attacks in Hawaii.
Local Effort Growing To Gather Wreaths For Veterans' GravesMore than 27,000 fallen veterans are buried at DFW National Cemetery and volunteers are seeking donations for wreaths to put on graves during the holiday season.
Federal Government Estimating Number Of Homeless PeopleThe federal government is estimating the number of homeless people nationwide. The Department of Housing and Urban Development will announce state-by-state figures Thursday.
UT Dallas Working On Better Treatment Options For Brain InjuriesDr. Robert Rennaker's hope is that returning veterans have better treatment options when they come home from battle and service.
Dallas Job Fair Focused On Helping VeteransThousands of veterans across the DFW area have the opportunity to find jobs on Thursday, in an effort to take better care of those who have served our country. Gilley's in Dallas is hosting a veteran-focused job fair.
Marine Advocates For Veterans, One Record At A TimeValentino decided to start breaking records of physical challenges to spread awareness for veterans who are suffering.
Trump Has Rubbed Some Veterans The Wrong WayTwo years ago, the Republican National Committee hatched a plan to bolster voter turnout among veterans, who traditionally lean Republican. But then, Donald Trump won the party's presidential nomination.
Local Veterans Service Group Praises Former Governor Rick Perry's Newest RoleStarting next month, Perry will be a contestant on Dancing With The Stars. It's another example of politics and entertainment crossing paths - this time on the dance floor.
Obama Says There's More To Do In Helping VeteransPresident Obama said that the U.S. has made serious strides in improving services for military veterans, but work remains to overcome the shortcomings in the delivery of health care, housing and mental health services.
Police Shootings Touch Nerve Among Military VeteransBack-to-back attacks on police in Texas and Louisiana by former military men have struck a nerve among veterans who traditionally share a close bond with law enforcement.
Around Town: Marine Larry And The HumpAs we approach the Fourth of July, we are reminded of the men and women that keep our country free.