A driver and a funeral director are out of work after they were caught parking a hearse at a doughnut shop.
Richard Overton, who is considered to be the oldest living veteran in the United States, celebrated his 109th birthday Sunday with “Mighty Fine at 109.”
Claude B. Martin Jr., 90, was born and raised in the Hub City during the Great Depression. In 1943, Martin joined the Navy Seabees after finishing his first semester of Texas Tech University.
Time has diminished their bodies but not their memories of the fight.
A former U.S. Air Force mechanic accused of attempting to join ISIS appeared Wednesday in a Brooklyn federal court, where he pleaded not guilty to terrorism charges.
A wounded warrior and Purple Heart recipient received a mortgage free home on Tuesday thanks to Wells Fargo and the Military Warriors Support Foundation.
90-year-old Glenn Lawson from Missouri visited Wichita Falls and spoke to the Texoma Cowboy Church on Sunday.
86-year-old attacked outside of Cincinnati hospital after visiting ailing wife. Emily Wood reports.
70 Years ago today the largest ever amphibious invasion led to the end of World War II. More than 150,000 American and allied troops rolled ashore on the beaches of Normandy, France. President Obama is there this morning - along with other world leaders - to remember that day.
Listen to WWII Veteran, David Hale & his son, Bruce, play the Double Bugle.
There are many Memorial Day events happening across Texoma Monday.
A Wichita Falls veteran who's fighting to survive in a Dallas hospital showed some improvement this afternoon.
Patriot Guard Riders welcome home daughter of own of their own
Elderly veteran killed in seemingly random assault.
A special send off and birthday party held for World War II veteran on Purple Heart Day.
A U.S. army veteran who uses a wheelchair confronted a burglar with a pistol, scaring the intruder away from his home.
It's been weeks in the making, and today on this Fourth of July holiday, staff at several Wichita Falls senior citizen communities thanked our nation's veterans in a special way. Organizers asked community members to go online and fill out a form, which was made into a card to thank veterans for their service to our country.
A veterans support group hosted a fundraiser at the MD Hangar for the Villa family, raising money for a wheelchair accessible home they were promised by a company, who's since backed out of the project.
They've risked so much and put themselves in harm's way to defend
our country. And war heroes continue to come home to begin the next
chapter of their lives. A Wichita Falls agency is helping veterans find