A 1991 mass shooting in Killeen inspired legislation that has made Texas America’s most gun-friendly state.
Heather Schaefer saw a desperate Facebook plea. Six months later, she had two new members of her extended family—and one less kidney.
After a battlefield attack left him mentally scarred, Steven Rossler found strength in telling his story and working the Rossler’s Blue Cord Barbecue pit with his family.
Through Houston-based nonprofit Hives for Heroes, veterans trade their uniforms for bee suits, work to save pollinators, and learn mindfulness.
At trail challenges across Texas, riders of all levels can get back in the saddle and brush up on the basics.
Bell County struggles with misinformation and conspiracy theories as the deadly Delta variant spreads like wildfire.
When no next of kin could be located, Texans showed up en masse to make sure this veteran’s service was honored at his burial.
She only turned eighteen on February 21, but Jennifer Love Hewitt’s résumé is beginning to read like that of a show biz veteran: At the moment, she has a starring role on a hit TV series, Fox’s Party of Five, and a self-titled pop album in record stores, and her
In normal times, Fort Hood teems with troops training in tanks and helicopters. But in their absence, the huge base is left with a scattering of soldiers and a uneasy sense of peace.
If the Soviet Union and the United States fought a nuclear war, no one would win. But who would win a conventional war?
Soldiers at Fort Hood agree on one thing: You don’t have to be crazy to be in the Tank Corps—but it helps.