Many African-American soldiers who wanted combat duty in World War II were denied that role. But the role they were given proved invaluable.
From Paris to Rockwall, here's a listing of July 4th celebrations around KETR's little corner of the world.
A Texas journalist goes public with personal struggles in an effort to erase the shame around mental health issues.
88.9 KETR is proud to announce a top-notch addition to the weekend programming lineup.
This week's program features an excerpt from “Go Down Looking,” a novel by Jim Ainsworth of Commerce.
In honor of the Juneteenth holiday, KETR presents an interview with an African-American veteran: Fannin Garrett of Emory, Texas.
KETR wants your county fair photos - selected pictures will be published in an online gallery later this month.
Dog parks are extremely popular in the Metroplex area, in Houston, and around San Antonio and Austin. But what about in Northeast Texas?
Veterans will be remembered today across Hunt County today.
The Dallas area Comic-Con, hosted at the Irving Convention Center in Las Colinas was May 17th - May 19th and we have images of some of the best Cosplay for the event.