New Plano Police Chief Ed Drain Will Make History In The CityThe City of Plano will make history January 13, that's when city council members officially hire their next top cop.
North Texas WWII Veteran Celebrates 106th Birthday, Has Party Full Of SurprisesRetired Col. Lee James served in the army and is one of the oldest living graduates of Texas A&M University.
Severely Wounded Green Beret From Little Elm Describes Tolls Of War On Life, MarriageFor Green Beret John Wayne Walding, the sacrifice he made in Afghanistan that turned him into a war hero nearly destroyed his marriage and his life. But what he chose to do after those events made him a hero from the second time.
North Texas Veteran's Service Dog Stolen In BurglaryArlington police are asking for public assistance in locating and reuniting a local veteran with his stolen service dog.
Dallas Marine Accounted For From World War IIMarine Corps Reserve 2nd Lt. Ernest A. Matthews, Jr., 34 was killed fighting Japanese forces.
Vietnam Veteran Coming Home To Hospice Care, Surprised With Homecoming In Forney NeighborhoodA Vietnam veteran, who came home to be on hospice care, had a surprise waiting for him in his Forney neighborhood.
Minnesota Veteran With Terminal Cancer Gets Final Wish To See Daughter's Graduation In DallasAll Michael Donald wanted was to see his daughter walk the stage at her high school graduation as he's not sure how much time he has left. On Saturday, his wish was granted.
Navy Veteran Travels Cross Country Sharing Fallen Service Member's StoriesNavy veteran Keith Sherman is driving across the country, stopping in the hometowns of fallen service members to interview their families.
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.
Texas Sailor Killed In 1941 Pearl Harbor Bombing IdentifiedA 19-year-old Houston-area sailor who died in the 1941 Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor has been identified.
Richard Cole, Last WWII Doolittle Raider, Dies In TexasRetired Lt. Col. Richard "Dick" Cole, the last of the 80 Doolittle Tokyo Raiders who carried out the daring U.S. attack on Japan during World War II, died Tuesday.