Wednesday's Warriors: Charlie AlfordAlford was a 6th Armored Division First Lieutenant, forward observer, a fire direction officer, a concentration camp liberator and a recipient of the Silver Star for showing gallantry in action.
Wednesday's Warriors: The Martell FamilyNine-year-old Simran Martell is just weeks into recover from brain surgery. His older sister died of liver cancer.
Wednesday's Warriors: WWII Veteran John LuckadooThis week's Wednesday's Warrior is a man, who by his own account, should not be here. He's John Luckadoo, A World War II veteran. Most people call him Lucky.
Wednesday's Warriors: Tara RobinsonFebruary is American Heart Month; a time to remind ourselves, when something just doesn't feel right, knowing the signs of trouble can help you be your best advocate.
Wednesday's Warriors: Jude CoblerThis week's Wednesday's Warriors is about the power to save someone else's life.
A Smiling Little Girl Shares A Joke, Then A Hope: “I Want More… Than Just One Christmas”Hallie Bernard has a rare blood disorder known as Diamond-Blackfan Anemia.
Wednesday's Warrior: Brentlee StockardToday's Wednesday's Warrior is one tough little girl undergoing an important procedure today.
Wednesday's Warriors: Addyson TurnerIn this week's Wednesday's Warriors, there has to be a better way. That's the mission of one North Texas family after a diagnosis of their newborn they never saw coming.
Wednesday's Warriors: Joe UngeheierIt's one thing to fight a deadly disease with all you have. It's another thing to do that, while also giving others your energy and insights who are in the very same fight.
Wednesday's Warriors: Damian WellsFor seven years no one could figure out why Damian Wells would fly into fits of rage out of the blue.
Wednesday's Warriors: Neil HerskowitzNeil Herskowitz is a Dallas Mavericks name you've never heard of. He's worked behind the scenes for the Mavs for eight years, while fighting a losing battle with Cystic Fibrosis.
Wednesday's Warriors: Paulie AyalaPaulie Ayala is a Fort Worth man making a big difference for people battling Parkinson's Disease.