The Great Place gave a great welcome on Wednesday as Fort Hood soldiers lined the streets and cheered on hundreds of wounded warriors cycling through central Texas.
Dozens of soldiers and surviving family members of the 2009 Fort Hood shooting are receiving additional Army pay that they felt was long overdue.
Long-awaited Purple Hearts will be finally awarded Friday at Fort Hood.
Over a 10-year period there have been more than 230 instances of soldiers violating Army regulations by bringing an unregistered firearm on to a Central Texas post.
The U.S. Army has decided to award the Purple Heart to victims of the Fort Hood massacre, sources tell Fox News.
Fort Hood prepares for memorial service honoring victims of shooting spree.
Lawmakers debate different ways to prevent another tragic base shooting.
Details about the victims of Wednesday's Fort Hood shooting spree are beginning to emerge.
The soldier who shot three people to death at Fort Hood apparently did not see combat during a tour in Iraq three years ago but was clearly troubled.
Shooter identified as one of the 4 dead. Officials say he took his own life. Post officials say 16 injured.
Judge refuses request to delay trial.
The heroine police sergeant who helped stop the Fort Hood killing spree says she and other victims of the shootings have been "betrayed" by the commander-in-chief.
81-year-old "hug lady" has been greeting Fort Hood soldiers since 2003.
Three days of pretrial hearings for the Army psychiatrist charged in the deadly Fort Hood shooting rampage are set to begin today.
A ruling has been reached in the beard conflict of the Army major accused in the massacre at Fort Hood.
President and First Lady attend memorial service for Ft. Hood murdered. Jay Gray reports.
Base prepares for memorial as new details emerge about gunman. Jay Gray reports.
Fort Hood gunman reportedly off of ventilator and talking. Jay Gray reports.
Wounded soldiers give first hand account of Fort Hood shooting spree. Jay Gray reports.
Hasan's former commanding officer says he "was doing a very good job" despite noted "concerns" in evaluations. Matt Flener reports.