On Friday, John Partlow grasped his American flag and shook his head. “It’s just a disgrace,” the Richardson grandfather said. “It makes me mad.”
Giant flags, hanging between fire trucks on an overpass above Highway 114 in Southlake Wednesday, weren’t easy to ignore. Carols Sellers had to know more. “I went all the way around the block and came back because I saw the flag,” she said.
A Malaysian company plans to open at least 1,000 new stores in southeast Asia from Texas-based consumer electronics retailer RadioShack.
The city of Dallas vowed to place new warning signs near a public boat ramp on Lake Ray Hubbard after two women accidentally drove a Honda Civic into the water and had to be rescued.
A Rockwall County Sheriff’s deputy is being called a hero for saving the lives of two women who were trapped inside a sinking car at Lake Ray Hubbard.
President Kennedy’s library is releasing 45 hours of privately recorded meetings and phone calls, providing a window into the final months of his life.
If you’ve ever wanted to play weekend warrior without signing up with Uncle Sam, military simulation paintball — or milsim — might be the place for you.
Four siblings killed in a shooting rampage at a Texas roller rink were remembered Saturday as a part of a tight-knit family, even as the hundreds gathered in an Arkansas church to mourn them tried to make sense of the tragedy.
It may sound like something out of an Apple commercial or an Isaac Asimov story, but a high-tech wheelchair is giving paraplegics and quadriplegics a sense of independence not offered by a traditional wheelchair.
Two Vietnam War veterans whose remains were identified decades after their plane was shot down will be laid to rest.
When Randall Young came back from Vietnam, he felt he and his fellow veterans did not receive recognition for their service and sacrifice.
Video and response to the Houston Chronicle.