Pot-Users Want Judge To Declare Marijuana Safe Under U.S. LawFive plaintiffs, including a military veteran, have filed a lawsuit claiming the government's decision to classify marijuana as dangerous is irrational, unconstitutional and motivated by politics, not hard science.
NFL Saluting Medal Of Honor Winners At Super Bowl Coin TossThe NFL will salute 15 recipients of the Medal of Honor when they participate in the coin toss before the Super Bowl on Feb. 4.
Homeowner's Association Tells Veteran He Can't Fly U.S., Marine FlagsThe veteran and his wife are claiming that the local HOA in Rosenberg told the couple their U.S. and Marine Corps flags have to come down due to HOA rules.
Families Of Navajo Code Talkers Decry Trump's Political JabFamilies of Navajo war veterans who were honored Monday at the White House say they were dumbfounded that President Donald Trump used the event to take a political jab at a Massachusetts senator.
Report: UTA Leads Texas In Serving Military VeteransThe Military Times ranked UTA the No. 1 four-year institution in Texas and No. 12 in the nation on its Military Times Best: Colleges 2018 list.
I-Team: Midland Train Crash Victims Taking Case To Higher CourtFamily members spent a somber day placing flowers at the scene of the accident, but their mission now is filing a petition with the Supreme Court of Texas to reconsider their wrongful death claims.
Pro Football Hall Of Fame: Veterans Get In Free In NovemberThe Pro Football Hall of Fame says veterans and active military members will receive free admission to its museum in Ohio during November as part of an effort to honor the military.
Veterans Feel Deceived After North Texas School Closes Its DoorsStudents who attended trade school Retail Ready Career Center, many who are veterans from out of state, now feel like they are being lied to after receiving a recent email from the VA.
VA Running Out Of Money For Private Health Care Program The Trump administration says the private-sector Veterans Choice health care program may need additional money as early as December to avoid a disruption of care for hundreds of thousands of veterans
N. TX Teen Keeping WWII Veterans' Stories AliveEighteen-year-old Andy Fancher has interviewed 54 WWII veterans in the past two years. His goal is to keep their stories alive after they are all gone.
North Texas Nonprofit Helps Veterans Find Next MissionOrganizers say they’re helping veterans create jobs and build new lives.
CBS Radio Helps Serve Veterans With Launch Of National Site ‘ConnectingVets.com’“Serving those who served” - the content is devoted solely to military veterans and their families.