Life-changing journey for Arizonan | Newsmaker

In this episode of John Hook's Newsmaker Saturday, we begin with the story of a Phoenix man who checked out of his life and decided to live on the streets of America, traveling town-to-town and documenting others who are struggling along the way. This is Jason Smith's story. In the second segment, we're talking with our own Christina Carilla as she embarks on a trip of a lifetime with American veterans from various hard-fought battles. They're visiting our nation's capitol while on an Honor Flight trip to see how they're honored, as well as those who've passed on are being remembered.

Glendale couple works to honor Valley veterans

A Glendale couple spends the day bending over backward for Memorial Day as they and a few friends planted hundreds of American flags to honor Valley veterans during the holiday weekend. FOX 10's Irene Snyder has the story.

WWII bomber takes to the skies in Arizona

It is a piece of history, and on May 25, a B-25 bomber that dates to the World War II era took flight from Arizona. FOX 10's Danielle Miller has more, from the Arizona Commemorative Air Force Museum in Mesa.

Honor Flight takes AZ vets to DC | Care Force

A new round of Honor Flight is taking veterans of various wars who live in the Phoenix area to Washington D.C., in order to give them a chance to see the monuments that were erected in their honor. FOX 10's Christina Carilla tagged along for the flight, and has more.

Arizona veterans arrive in D.C. for Honor Flight

Veterans from the Valley arrived in Washington D.C. on Wednesday. They're in our nation's capitol ahead of Memorial Day Weekend as part of an Honor Flight. These war heroes departed from Phoenix Sky Harbor surrounded by cheering crowds. Their trip to D.C. is a chance to honor the lives lost in battles and to see the memorials that represent what they fought for. These are veterans from World War II, Korea and Vietnam. Some of them fought in all three.

10K flags planted for Memorial Day in Phoenix

On the morning of May 23, just days ahead of Memorial Day, 90 volunteers in the Phoenix area took part in the planting of 10,000 U.S. flags at the University of Phoenix. The flag display, when seen at a proper angle, spells out 'celebrate, honor, remember.' FOX 10's Danielle Miller reports.