'Brothers Forever' Remembers A Courageous Generation Of American SoldiersOn this Memorial Day, a Bucks County father remembers his son with a gripping account of a friendship between two American heroes and the sacrifices they each made defending our country.
State Department Provides New Details About Missing Heart Of Chester County MarineBut KYW Newsradio's Pat Loeb reports it doesn't shed any light on where his heart might be.
Suit: Marine's Body Sent Home To Pa. Without Heart The parents of a Marine sergeant who died while stationed in Greece say his heart was missing when his body arrived home in Pennsylvania for burial.
Man Accused Of Killing Marine Arraigned, Bail Set At $2 MillionFriends and family of Timothy Loper Jr. packed a Camden court room Thursday for the arraignment of the former Marine's accused killer Darrell Crone.
Bail Set At $2 Million For Man Accused Of Shooting Marine Outside Camden BarA suspect charged in the murder of a U.S. Marine in Camden is now in police custody.
Man Wanted For Questioning In Connection With Murder Of U.S. Marine In Camden"All we want is a little closure," Timothy Loper Jr's father says. "It was a cowardly move. You took an innocent man for no reason."
Double Amputee Veteran Cycling 5,400 Miles To Raise $1M For VeteransA Marine Veteran who lost both his legs after stepping on an IED in Afghanistan is determined to raise $1 million for veterans like himself, all with a push of a petal.
Funeral Held For New Jersey Marine Killed In AfghanistanA Marine helicopter pilot from southern New Jersey who was killed in combat in Afghanistan late last month has been laid to rest.
Family Mourns Marine Who Served More Than His CountryKen Iannelli heard a knock at his door Wednesday that changed his life forever.
Marine From Gloucester County Killed In AfghanistanA United States Marine from Gloucester County, New Jersey has been killed while serving his country in Afghanistan.
N.J. Marine Killed In Combat In Afghanistan, 3rd Local Serviceman Killed This WeekA Marine from New Jersey has been killed while serving his country in Afghanistan. Cpl. Nicholas Ott is the third local serviceman that died in combat this week.