- From war to Paralympics, US vets compete on ice Updated: Mar-11-14 3:07 pm
- Nebraska honor flights funding goal reached Updated: Mar-11-14 2:31 pm
- Guardsman donates Purple Heart to WWII veteran Updated: Mar-11-14 10:23 am
- Propane tank explodes at construction site Updated: Mar-11-14 7:43 am
- Reed petition seeks to keep VA jobs in St. Louis Updated: Mar-11-14 5:05 am
- Coakley warns of cuts in mental health programs Updated: Mar-10-14 6:55 pm
- Mass. veteran gets dog tag he lost 70 years ago Updated: Mar-10-14 11:34 am
- California woman to receive medal for late father Updated: Mar-10-14 8:35 am
- VA hopes to close on western NY cemetery site Updated: Mar-10-14 8:16 am
- 4 workers at veteran's hospital face drug charges Updated: Mar-09-14 5:10 pm
- Fair planned to help veterans with jobs, education Updated: Mar-09-14 4:46 pm
- Ohio inmates mount tribute to military veterans Updated: Mar-09-14 4:22 pm
- WWII veteran from upstate NY gets Purple Heart Updated: Mar-09-14 4:14 pm
- Neb. lawmakers to act on some income tax measures Updated: Mar-09-14 10:50 am
- Veterans upset by theft from W. Richland memorial Updated: Mar-08-14 6:22 pm
- Outdoor classroom 'a real joy' Updated: Mar-08-14 3:35 pm
- Honor Flight for veterans cancelled in Lakeland Updated: Mar-08-14 11:09 am
- NC licenses, IDs to carry veteran designation Updated: Mar-08-14 4:04 am
- In-state tuition veteran bill stuck in Legislature Updated: Mar-07-14 7:25 pm
- VA moving 800 jobs from St. Louis city to county Updated: Mar-07-14 9:28 am
- W.Va. woman recognized for military caregiver work Updated: Mar-07-14 7:32 am
- Hamburg to host return of Moving Wall Updated: Mar-06-14 10:31 am
- Seabees monument to be unveiled in Bloomfield Updated: Mar-06-14 10:08 am
- Ga. woman guilty in workers' comp fraud case Updated: Mar-05-14 3:29 pm
- Hagel promises to look into vets' PTSD lawsuit Updated: Mar-05-14 12:30 pm
SOCHI, Russia - Surging across the ice as chants of "Ro-ssi-ya! Ro-ssi-ya!" from raucous Russian fans filled the venue, Joshua Sweeney felt the rush of adrenaline he used to experience as a soldier.
OMAHA, Nebraska - The fundraising goal has been reached to fly more Nebraska veterans of the Korean War to visit memorials and see other sights in Washington, D.C.
INDIANAPOLIS - Monday was a special day of reflection, recognition, restoration and honor for Greene County-based Indiana Conservation Officer Greg Swanson.
AURORA, Colorado - No injuries have been reported after a propane tank exploded and caught fire at the Veterans Affairs hospital construction site in Aurora.
ST. LOUIS - The president of the St. Louis Board of Aldermen is trying to keep about 800 Veterans Administration jobs downtown.
BOSTON - Attorney General and Democratic gubernatorial candidate Martha Coakley, who lost a younger brother to suicide, called on lawmakers Monday to restore proposed cuts in community-based behavioral health programs and help eliminate the stigma attached to mental illness.
WORCESTER, Massachusetts - A Massachusetts man who lost his dog tag as he stormed ashore at Anzio during the Allied invasion of Italy in 1944 has it in his hands again, 70 years later.
REEDLEY, California - A Fresno County woman will travel to the White House this month to accept a posthumous Medal of Honor for her father, an Army private who fought with bravery in World War II.
PEMBROKE, New York - Veterans Affairs is expected to finally purchase land in western New York later this spring so it can build a national veterans cemetery, four years after the Obama administration agreed to the plan.
MILWAUKEE - Four workers at Milwaukee's veteran's hospital are facing drug related charges.
NEW HAVEN, Connecticut - A resource fair will be held to help veterans with education, jobs, training, health care and other issues.
LUCASVILLE, Ohio - Inmates and staff have put up murals and military paraphernalia at a southern Ohio prison to create what they call a "Veterans Corridor" in tribute to people who served in the U.S. military.
AUBURN, New York - An 89-year-old World War II veteran who survived a plane crash over France seven decades ago has finally received his Purple Heart.
LINCOLN, Nebraska - Lawmakers are poised to act this session on income tax cuts aimed at Social Security recipients and veterans who agree to launch a new career or business in Nebraska after they retire.
WEST RICHLAND, Washington - Veterans in West Richland are upset about the theft of an M-16 rifle and a helmet from a war memorial.
MUNFORDVILLE, Kentucky - Western Kentucky University owns a little-known plot of land where biologists, schoolchildren and people wounded during war can marvel in the beauty of rural Kentucky and heal from trauma, while researchers also contribute to the scientific community.
LAKELAND, Florida - An Honor Flight scheduled to take off from Lakeland and bring World War II veterans to view the World War II monument in Washington, D.C., has been cancelled.
RALEIGH, North Carolina - Qualified North Carolina military veterans may now carry the designation of veteran on their driver licenses and identification cards.
OLYMPIA, Washington - Even though there's bipartisan support in the Legislature for the idea that veterans should automatically get in-state tuition at Washington colleges and universities, bills to do just that are stuck because lawmakers can't agree who should get credit for the policy.
ST. LOUIS - The U.S. government is consolidating Veterans Affairs operations in the St. Louis area, meaning more than 800 jobs will be moving out of downtown St. Louis and to St. Louis County.
CHARLESTON, West Virginia - A West Virginia woman is being recognized for her work as a military and veteran caregiver.
HAMBURG TOWNSHIP, Michigan - Tears in the eyes of veterans who just missed the Moving Wall's 2010 stop in Hamburg Township left a mental imprint on the minds of organizers.
BLOOMFIELD, Missouri - A monument honoring U.S. Navy Seabee veterans will be unveiled this weekend in Bloomfield.
DUBLIN, Georgia - Federal prosecutors say a middle Georgia woman has pleaded guilty to stealing more than $460,000 in Veterans Affairs benefits through fraudulent workers' compensation claims.
WASHINGTON - Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel says he is personally looking into the lawsuit filed earlier this week by Vietnam veterans who suffered from post-traumatic stress and received less than honorable discharges from the military.