Mansfield Teen Rescues 11-Year-Old Neighbor From Fire: 'I Found The Boy, He Looked Pretty Tired'Gabriel Vivoni says he was almost home from a late swim practice when he noticed an orange glow in the garage across the street.
Dallas Marine Accounted For From World War IIMarine Corps Reserve 2nd Lt. Ernest A. Matthews, Jr., 34 was killed fighting Japanese forces.
US Soldier Killed In Taliban Suicide Bomb AttackA 34-year-old American Army sergeant was killed Thursday in a Taliban suicide bomb explosion in Kabul.
Horses Help Veterans 'Be At Peace' With Civilian TransitionSince 2012, “Hooves for Heroes” has helped our military veterans with the transition to civilian life.
'He's The Father That I Always Wanted': North Texas School Bus Driver Gives More Than Just RidesYou can see why some might not want to be a school bus driver - the early hours - the responsibility - and the skill of having eyes in the back of your head, but Curtis Jenkins does all that and more.
Remains Identified As Texas Soldier Missing In Korean WarU.S. military officials announced Monday that the remains of 18-year-old Army Pfc. Herschel M. Riggs of Rio Grande City were identified in March.
Heroes Drive Garbage Trucks, Just Ask This 3-Year-OldFor a 3-year-old Garland boy, life just doesn't get any better than garbage trucks!
Another Honor For Royse City Officers Who Saved Woman From Sinking CarOn a cool day in February two Royse City police officers jumped into a lake to save a woman trapped in a sinking car. Today they were honored with a special treat.
Oskar Schindler's Personal Possessions Hit Auction BlockSeveral personal possessions of Oskar Schindler, the German industrialist who saved the lives of about 1,200 Jews during World War II, are up for auction.
Uber Driver And Passenger Save Family From Burning SUVFrom Uber driver to hero. A woman - and her customer - jumped into action and may have saved the life of a family who had no idea their car was on fire.
North Texas School Bus Driver Saves Teen's Life"I got out and went down and felt for a pulse and there wasn't one," recalls Jim Griffin of the September incident. "I rolled him over and turned out it was one of my kids."