Retired Navy SEAL Ryan Parrott is the executive director of Sons of the Flag, a group that walked from Waco to Dallas on Memorial Day to raise awareness for war veterans who are burn survivors.
The Lady Bears on Monday announced the additions of Prairie View coach Toyelle Wilson and Georgia Tech associate head coach Sytia Messer, starting next week.
Leaders of an independent alumni association for the world’s largest Baptist university have voted to disband the group and turn over duties to the school.
A symbolic Memorial Day event started in the early morning hours, as a group of runnings began traveling 100 miles on foot to raise money and awareness for our nation’s veterans.
The former West paramedic who was arrested for having bomb-making materials was scheduled to appear in court on Wednesday afternoon, but his detention hearing was delayed.
Moment after nail-biting moment, the events shoved us through a week that felt like an unremitting series of tragedies: Deadly bombs. Poison letters. A a colossal explosion. A violent manhunt.
Some who survived the fiery end to the 51-day standoff at the Branch Davidian compound are to gather for a memorial service on the 20th anniversary of the fire.
A bomb exploded at the finish line of the Boston Marathon moments after Joe Berti finished the race. Two days later, he was in Texas when he saw a fertilizer plant explode near Waco.
After the explosion at the West Fertilizer plant in West, first responders took the majority of those injured to Hillcrest Baptist Medical Center in Waco.
Officials have just confirmed that a North Texas firefighter was killed in the West Fertilizer Plant explosion.
An explosion at a fertilizer plant in West killed between five and 15 people, at least, and left more than 160 others injured. The injury estimate is expected to grow once daylight breaks.
Exactly 66 years ago this week, what remains the nation’s worst industrial disaster occurred near Houston, when a series of explosions rocked a huge petrochemical complex.