- Work shift delays Minn. veterans benefits claims Updated: Dec-09-13 2:58 pm
- Bill would let Neb. lawmakers step in on vets home Updated: Dec-08-13 1:20 pm
- Maine man pleads guilty to copper theft Updated: Dec-04-13 12:01 pm
- No charges in Pa. VA hospital Legionnaires' case Updated: Nov-21-13 4:28 pm
- VA pays out more than $800 million for malpractice Updated: Nov-13-13 6:31 am
- All Mich. universities charge vets in-state rates Updated: Nov-11-13 4:28 pm
- Hutson named new director at southern Illinois VA Updated: Nov-10-13 12:37 pm
ST. CLOUD, Minnesota - An effort to clear a national backlog of veterans benefits claims is making things worse in Minnesota.
LINCOLN, Nebraska - Lawmakers would step into an ongoing dispute over the new Central Nebraska Veterans Home, if one state senator has his way.
BANGOR, Maine - A Maine man has pleaded guilty to stealing copper wire and pipe fittings from property operated by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs in Togus.
PITTSBURGH - No criminal charges will be filed in connection with an outbreak of Legionnaires' disease that killed five patients at a local Veterans Affairs hospital, federal authorities said Thursday.
DAYTON, Ohio - An analysis shows that the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs has paid out about $845 million in malpractice cases during the past 10 years.
LANSING, Michigan - U.S. military veterans, regardless of where they live, can qualify for in-state tuition from any of Michigan's public universities after three schools agreed to change their policies.
MARION, Illinois - A southern Illinois Veterans Affairs medical center where surgeries once were halted after a series of questioned patient deaths has a new director.