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.
WWII Vets Honored In Texas Following D-Day Events In FranceOfficials say several veterans at the event, sponsored by Gold Star Families Survivor Outreach Services, are more than 100 years old.
Letters In Dallas Man's Secret Dresser Drawer Tell Horrific Story About German Family During WWIIThis is the (until now) untold story through letters found in a Dallas man's dresser, of a family that lived through World War II only to all die a week before the war ended.
The Big Challenge After 75th Anniversary D-Day Tribute: Keeping The Memory AliveIn all, 2,501 Americans were among the 4,414 Allied troops killed on those beaches.
97-Year-Old Fort Worth D-Day Veteran Recalls Carnage He Witnessed: 'The Beach Was Littered With Dead People'George Spears said he hit the beach just 45 minutes after the initial assault began.
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.
A Peek Inside The New Dallas Holocaust And Human Rights MuseumAfter three years of planning and construction, the first major pieces of the new core exhibition of the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum were installed. 
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.
Remains Of Texas WWII Soldier To Be Returned To FamilyThe Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency on Tuesday announced the remains of Army Sgt. James K. Park of Beaumont will be buried Saturday in Barry, Texas.
Twin Brothers Reunited 74 Years After WWII Death At NormandyJulius Heinrich Otto "Henry" Pieper and Ludwig Julius Wilhelm "Louie" Pieper, two 19-year-olds from Esmond, South Dakota, will finally rest in peace side-by-side.
Bloody But Forgotten WWII Battle Still Haunts SoldiersAmerican soldiers rushed to an embankment on what became known as Engineer Hill, the last gasp of the Japanese during the Battle of Attu, fought 75 years ago in Alaska's Aleutian chain.