NC Soldier Killed By Explosive Device In AfghanistanThe Pentagon has released the identity of a U.S. soldier killed in Afghanistan.
Disposal 'Mailbox' In Grapevine Makes Retiring American Flag EasyWorn, torn or tattered, the rules to properly disposing American flags don't fade.
Arlington Neighborhood Targeted With Divisive Fliers Have United Response: Not Here"I've been shot at for that flag," recalled the Vietnam Veteran and native born American. "They killed some of my friends. Yes, that disturbs me. They're animals. Those are animals...people that do that kind of thing, they're disrupting this country and we need to get them out."
Wednesday's Warriors Honors National Vietnam War Veterans DayToday is National Vietnam War Veterans Day, an opportunity for all of us, to pause a moment, and think about those who gave so much.
Dixie Chicks Adding 9 More Dates To U.S. TourDallas' own Dixie Chicks are adding more concerts to their U.S. tour that starts this summer, including several in Texas.
Some Belgians In North Texas Fear For Their CountryBelgians in Texas have cause for concern after the country has placed its capital of Brussels at the countries highest terror alert level.
Fans Get Cowboys Fill With Festival In Bye WeekMore than 6,000 people attended the fest at Klyde Warren Park on Sunday.
The Top 10 Songs Of 1975We're looking back to 1975, and the 10 most popular songs in the nation! It was quite a year. The Vietnam War ended and President Ford had only been in office for a few months.
Champion Barrel Racer Overcomes Adversity And WinsIn the heart of Texas -- right here -- lives a cowgirl with an inspiring story.
George Strait Farewell Concert Breaks Attendance RecordAbout 105,000 people packed in for the last concert of Strait's final tour -exceeding the stadium's official capacity by 5,000- and shattering the previous record set by The Rolling Stones at The Louisiana Superdome in 1981.
Cowboys Salute Veterans & Military On Game DayFor wounded warriors, Captain Ed Gunderson and Sfc. Omar Marqueses, football and tailgating is a welcome distraction to the seriousness of military life.
Community Shows Support For Wounded Veterans In Training To Climb Mt. KilimanjaroA group of amputee veterans were surprised Saturday morning by some community supporters at Keller Pointe athletic facility.