Sophie Yazzie, Arizona's longest-living veteran, died at the age of 105 on Saturday in Tucson.
Meade Jr. served in the United States Army from 1966-1968 and was honorably discharged.
When Anthony Brown heard that nobody was claiming the body of 93-year-old Houston Howell Jr., he decided to get results for a man who gave so much to his country.
A man is suing the city of Treasure Island, claiming they violated his rights when they refused to allow him to display a sign on his boat during the Veterans Day boat parade.
Men and women who serve our country are suffering, and some have died due to serious errors in military health care. For years, they could not seek any compensation or remedy from our government. But the story of Richard Stayskal, and his efforts in Washington, drove change.
Do you have a Christmas tree that you need to dispose of?
A central Texas man was overwhelmed by the response after he put out a call asking his local community to donate their leftover Christmas trees to him instead of throwing them out so that he could turn them into canes for veterans in need.
Thomas is now being charged with first degree felony theft of property. He’s accused of stealing up to $200,000 from multiple elderly victims.
Albert Septien was told his cancer, likely due to Agent Orange exposure, would make this Christmas his last, so his cousin granted his one wish: snow.
Jacob Johnson wanted to donate 500 tattered flags to Georgia Funeral Care in Acworth which specializes in veterans’ cremations.
Retired Col. Charles McGee will turn 100 years old on Saturday and while the years may have slowed him down some, they haven't dimmed the memories of his 30-year service to his country as a Tuskegee Airman who paved the way for generations to come.
When the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941, it became one of the worst attacks ever carried out on American soil and changed the course of the country, spurring the United States' entry into WWII.
Delta Airlines opens new military lounge at Atlanta's airport.
Then-President Franklin D. Roosevelt called the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor "unprovoked and dastardly" in an address the day after bombers descended on Honolulu — but there were many clear warnings in the thirty years leading up to the attack.
A local veteran got quite the surprise when he returned home to find his house totally decorated for Christmas on Tuesday.
Saturday is the anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor in which nearly 2,500 Americans were killed. Now, 78 years later, a Bay Area man is one of the few survivors who remembers December 7, 1941.
Days after a maintenance crew removed a Ring doorbell from Derek Gray’s home at Las Palmas Apartments, he was arrested—charged with terroristic threatening. That charge has been dropped six months later.
The holiday season is all about giving back.
Instead of displacing a homeless veteran living in a seemingly abandoned car, deputies with the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, Carson Station, coordinated with local businesses in order to get the vehicle towed and repaired for free.
Edwin Villalta’s treatment and the events that led to his death not only haunt his family to this day, they raise serious questions about how county jails across the state care for people with mental illness and how they use isolation cells. Villalta’s story also sheds light on California’s lax laws governing the amount of time inmates can be held in solitary confinement.