Texas WWII Vet Gets Back Duffel Bag Lost On Normandy BeachIt’s been 70 years since then Staff Sergeant Waymon Blundell jumped onto the beach at Normandy. But, the World War II vet still draws a crowd with his stories… and that’s exactly what he was doing today.
North Texas Man Has Close Call During WWII ReenactmentIt was all supposed to be fake, but a North Texas man was shot with a real bullet at a World War Two re-enactment.
Thieves Steal 90-Year-Old Veteran’s WWII MedalsThieves broke into the home of a 90-year-old veteran Monday and stole his WWII medals.
D-Day, Father And Son Revisit Normandy TogetherSeventy years later, a veteran walked hand-in-hand with his son on the very sand where his war story began.
Man's D-Day Reunion 70 Years In The MakingOne man's return to D-Day meant a surprise meeting... that was 70 years in the making. Right now, Doug takes a closer look at his story.
The Commemorative Air Force Relocates To Oak CliffDallas' Executive Airport has landed a major new tenant -- The Commemorative Air Force.
Senior Centers Home To Many War Heroes As America paused to remember its wartime service personnel this Veterans Day, some senior centers in Dallas recognized their individual residents who contributed to war efforts, especially World War II.
Waxahachie High School Students Honor Veterans Charter Communications donated $10,000 Friday to the foundation to support their work with area veterans.
Denton Pilot, Passenger Killed In Wreck Of WWII-Era Plane Near GalvestonThe U.S. Coast Guard says two people have been killed when their World War II-era plane went down in shallow water near Galveston.
Holocaust Survivor Shares His Story With SMU StudentsSeventy years since his escape from a Nazi death camp, Holocaust survivor Philip Bialowtiz, 83, shared his story with Southern Methodist University students Thursday night.
Live WWII-Era Artillery Shell Found On North Texas Property A man digs up a live artillery shell dating back to World War II and possibly more than 70 years old on his property.
Return To D-Day: Sgt. Maj. Robert BlatnikIn this report we narrow our focus to just one of our eight D-Day veterans, who returned to Normandy, France last week. Sixty-nine years to the day, Sgt. Major Robert Blatnik was able to walk the same stretch of sand that he and his men assaulted at 6:30am on June 6 in 1944. It was his first time coming back, and he told Doug Dunbar this trip made a memory that will stay with him until the day he dies.