Today, the Norris brothers recieved the accolades and tribute they did not see coming.
A World War II veteran is proving it's never too late to make a dream come true.
91-year-old David Gethers served in World War II, Korea and Vietnam, where he earned the Bronze Star.
Indiana couple celebrates 66th anniversary by showing off wedding dress made from husband's World War II parachute.
Indianapolis widow reunited with the dog tags her husband lost at Normandy on D-Day.
Erling Kindem celebrates his 90th birthday Sunday with his 4-year-old pal Emmett by his side. The pair rocketed to internet fame last summer.
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.
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.
The World War II Airborne Demonstration Team is mourning the loss of a team member.
World War II vet bonds with preschooler over lawnmowers and tomatoes.
A piece of American history will soon be rolling down Texoma streets.
World War II Veteran receives Purple Heart earned during his service in Germany.
It's a story that started decades ago, and hasn't been told since WWII, until now.
Several World War II medals mistakenly donated to a Florida Goodwill store are returned to their rightful owner.
The family of a World War Two veteran from Wichita Falls received the best Veterans Day gift possible- the airman's dog tags which were lost when his plane went down in France in 1944.
Pennsylvania homeower finds a handful of letters from WWII vet and returns them to soldier's family.
Army veterans in Frederick are jumping into the 50th anniversary of the 173rd Airborne Brigade.
We now begin the first segment of our two-part Target Three Special Report -- called "Journey of Hope."
It's a Wichita Falls man's World War II story ... but one that began in Nazi Germany.
Chief photographer Rick Scruggs and Katie Crosbie teamed up for this story ...