Program turns shelter animals into therapy dogs for veterans suffering PTSD.
A little more than 68 years after the end of World War II, some Texoma heroes who fought in WWII are on the way to the flight of their lives: the Honor Flight.
Veterans gathered at the Wellington to remember those lost in war.
The annual Iwo Jima Reunion is officially underway.
The annual Iwo Jima reunion starts Friday.
Texas veterans sleep in a dumpster and ask for donations for homeless vets.
DAV Chapter 41 holding a clothing drive for children and Veterans
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.
At the Veterans Garden at Crestview Memorial Park veterans were honored in a similar way.
Veterans Day celebrations take place across the country.
Pennsylvania homeower finds a handful of letters from WWII vet and returns them to soldier's family.
Female veterans face a higher unemployment rate than their male counterparts.
Puppies at Walter Reed Medical Center help veterans cope with the wounds of war.
As people across Texoma gear up to celebrate our nations' veterans Monday, American Legion Post 202 is doing their part by raising money to help local veterans in need.
Texoma is preparing to honor veterans next week with a number of Veterans Day events.
There's a new way to learn about the millions of Americans who have served in the military, from today to the revolutionary war. It's a free website called "The Honor Wall."
Two members of the Greatest Generation are on their way to the flight of their life.
The Midwestern State University Dental Hygiene Department is still signing up veterans for its upcoming Fall Dental Stand Down.
The city of Wichita Falls wants to make things easier for our veterans and their families to find what they need.
Veterans vow to "take back" war memorials closed during government shutdown.
MSU's Dental Hygiene Department is planning to help improve the smiles of area veterans again with its upcoming fall Dental Stand Down.
Military dog wounded while on duty now helps other vets heal.
With Sheppard Air-force base here in town and an army post less than an hour away Texomans are known for honoring veterans.
So when a statue meant to represent fallen Duncan soldiers was stolen many stepped in to help.
Construction is expected to start this spring on a veterans memoral at the Wichita County Cemetery.
Response to this year's Dental Stand Down for area veterans is bringing smiles to the event's coordinators.
A free one-day dental clinic for area veterans was such a success last week, coordinators say it is continuing this week.
Dozens of area veterans are all smiles today thanks to a program at MSU that was all free of charge.
The veterans took part in the second annual Dental "Stand Down" hosted by the MSU Dental Hygiene Department.
Mechell Dixon was at today's free clinic and joins us with more on how it went.
Appointments are quickly filling up for next week's free Veteran's Dental Stand Down in Wichita Falls.
Job Openings For Veterans !
Cultural fault lines clearly run between generations of veterans who saw action in different conflicts or who wore the uniform in different eras, including peacetime.
Hear audio from 911 calls reporting the accident that killed four and wounded several others.
Veteran's fought for this country, now a job fair is helping them find employment.
A train crashed into a tractor-trailer carrying wounded veterans and their spouses in a parade in Midland, Texas, killing at least four. 17 others were injured.
A special hiring fair for veterans is set for Thursday in Wichita Falls.
Hundreds of veterans packed into Texas Roadhouse this afternoon as the restaurant spent the day serving those who served.
Local folks to serve up a thank you to Texoma veterans and active duty military personnel.
Making Transition From The Military Into Civilian Workforce
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.
How do you thank a veteran for putting their life on the line for the freedoms we all enjoy? It seems impossible, but the staff at a local senior citizens home has created a new program to help do just that this Fourth of July.