Noon Interview: Disabled American Veterans
Three Korean war veterans meet in Bakersfield, California for a rare face-to-face reunion.
The Missing Man Flyover wraps up Saturday's Iwo Jima Reunion events.
After problems plaguing the Veterans Administration and the care our nation's vets receive came to light over the past year, those who secured our country's freedom are yearning for peace of mind to get the care they need. That's exactly what some local vets are getting thanks to a $200,000 grant the American Legion Post 142 in Quanah received.
World War II veteran Justus "Jay" Belfield was laid to rest over the weekend, just days after a photo of him in uniform saluting from his deathbed went viral. Mark Mulholland reports.
The cooler temps didn't stop some MSU students from raising money for veterans.
MSU's Kappa Sigma Fraternity is hosting its annual Box-a-Thon fundraising event Friday through Sunday.
As a patriotic gesture in support of our military and first responders, the Patterson Auto Group will be giving away $50 Dinner Cards to these American heroes.
Each day, 22 veterans commit suicide in the United States.
You can say thanks to our service men and women by inviting them into your home to share Thanksgiving.
As the years pass and some of our nation's finest, most patriotic citizens grow older, membership numbers for veteran's organizations across the country are dwindling. That's causing members of a Texoma American Legion Chapter to think about closing the post's door for good.
Texas man turns spent shell casings into flags that benefit veterans. Garrett Sanders reports.
For many disabled veterans, it's impossible for them to hike or even walk because their wheelchairs can't make it over the rough terrain, but a new Zoom power chair is changing that. Melissa Kenison reports.
For the second day, Oklahoma VA officials were in Texoma in the wake of the VA scandal that started in Phoenix.
Presbyterian Manor needs your help thanking veterans.
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.
A day after the D-Day anniversary, a timely events for veterans in taking place in Archer City.
Veterans hope V.A Secretary Eric Shinseki's resignation will result in a change for the better at V.A. clinics across the country.
A Texoma veteran traveled to Washington D.C. Monday to honor marines who gave their life in Vietnam.
A Wichita Falls Resident and WWII veteran is celebrating his 90th birthday this memorial day weekend.