Crowds cheered on at the Bank United Center Sunday while two children got an unexpected surprise. Their mother, Sergeant Towana Thompson, was back home from military service after nearly a year of being away.
An Army surgical team that needed to hone its trauma skills came to Ryder Trauma Center to learn from some of the best.
A new Department of Veterans Affairs program is working to move homeless veterans from the streets into permanent housing.
Is it possible to run out of sand for the beach? According to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, the answer is yes and both Miami-Dade and Broward Counties have depleted their offshore sources of sand for beach renourishment projects.
The body of a Miami soldier who died in combat in Afghanistan was returned to South Florida on Tuesday.
A South Florida soldier is dead after his unit was attacked with small arms fire in Afghanistan.
A Tamarac man is behind bars after he was charged with ten counts of identity theft.
The North Miami High School Valedictorian fighting to stay in the United States has hired a new attorney.
A Miami man was arrested earlier this week after the U.S. Army accused him of deserting.
John Siple is 82 years old and depends on a walker to get around, but the Coral Springs resident is officially a hero.