You may have seen them outside your local grocery store: men and women raising money for disabled and homeless veterans. An American flag and an ammo box are their trademarks.
California veterans are desperate for housing. But two brand new facilities are sitting empty, with taxpayers footing the bill.
After 23 years in the Air Force, flying 150 missions over Vietnam and earning 3 distinguished flying crosses, this week’s Jefferson Award winner is turning his talents to a mission on solid ground: creating a unique program for other Bay Area veterans.
In many cases, it’s the local family run practices that rate higher than the big national chains, according to research from the non-profit Consumer’s Checkbook.
The Veterans Affairs Department is trying to contact family members about mistaken grave markings at a pair of Bay Area military cemeteries.
Several Tuskegee Airmen were in San Francisco Tuesday night to attend a screening of a documentary that tells the story…
Noting that an average of 18 veterans a day commit suicide, a federal appeals court on Tuesday ordered the Department of Veterans Affairs to dramatically overhaul its mental health care system.
Active members of the military home for the holidays were honored at an annual event in Dublin Monday night.