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New Islamic State video challenges Western version of battle for Kobani

| |Tuesday, Oct. 28, 2014

The Islamic State posted a video Monday in which a captured British photojournalist, shown in an embattled Syrian town on the border with Turkey, denied that the fanatical group was retreating before a Syrian Kurdish militia backed by U.S. airstrikes and arms supplies.

Army specialist from Watauga is killed in Afghanistan

| |Sunday, Oct. 09, 2011

Michael Roberts, 23, was on his second tour. He joined the Army in November 2007.

North Texas soldier dies in Afghanistan

| |Sunday, Oct. 09, 2011

Private First Class Jesse W. Dietrich, 20, of Venus, died Thursday in Kandahar Province from injuries sustained when insurgents attacked his unit using small arms fire, the Department of Defense said.

SEAL with ties to Arlington dies in Afghanistan crash

| |Sunday, Oct. 09, 2011

Matt Mills, who attended school in Arlington, was one of 30 American service members killed when their helicopter was shot down in a mission to aid Army Rangers who had come under fire.

Army dad in North Richland Hills to bring son's body home

| |Sunday, Oct. 09, 2011

Spc. Joseph Cemper was killed in Afghanistan by a suicide bomber.

Waxahachie High grad dies in Afghanistan

| |Sunday, Oct. 09, 2011

Joel Ramirez, 22, loved the military, his brother said.

Jeremy Smith, Marine from Arlington, dies in Afghanistan

| |Sunday, Oct. 09, 2011

He is the third serviceman with Fort Worth-area ties to die there in the last week.

UT-Arlington graduate killed in Afghanistan

| |Sunday, Oct. 09, 2011

Robert F. Welch III is remembered as "a real role model for other cadets."

Soldier from Cleburne is killed in Afghanistan

| |Sunday, Oct. 09, 2011

Staff Sgt. Bryan A. Burgess, 29, a 1999 Cleburne High School graduate on his third combat tour since he joined the Army in 2003, was killed Tuesday in eastern Afghanistan, one of six airborne troopers from the same battalion to die that day.

Soldier's kin missed last chance to talk to him

| |Sunday, Oct. 09, 2011

Pfc. Austin Staggs, 19, of Weatherford was among six U.S. servicemen killed by an Afghan police officer, his family said.