Dozens gathered Monday morning at a Bob Evans restaurant in Clearwater to surprise a special hero for his birthday.
The first Military Women's Conference at the Tampa Convention Center highlighted challenges and possible solutions for thousands of female veterans, spouses of military members, mothers of military members, and females on active duty.
Col. Charles McGee is still living large at 100 years old.
Unlike physical wounds, such as burns or the loss of limbs, traumatic brain injuries aren't obvious and can take time to diagnose. The full impact — physically and psychologically — may not be evident for some time, as studies have shown links between TBI and mental health problems.
When second lady Karen Pence heard her husband was making a stop in Tampa, she says she came along because she wanted a first-hand look at the work being done inside the Morean Arts Center’s hot shop.
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.
A proposal filed Monday in the state House would create a “Camo Alert” program to help military veterans who have mental illness or traumatic brain injuries and go missing in Florida.
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.
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.
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.
Army veteran Jeremy Sutliff is on a new mission.
BD Kennels in Lake Wales donates retired dogs to veterans suffering from PTSD.
An 8-year-old Maryland boy offers homeless veterans a helping hand with "hero bags" he fills with clothes, hygiene products and bedding.
A Lawrenceville couple is looking to reunite a Marine Corps ring with its rightful owner.
James Bamberg served in Vietnam 48 years ago. Today, the East Point, Georgia veteran is facing a new battle. He's been diagnosed with prostate cancer and type 1 diabetes, two conditions the Veterans Administration has linked to the Agent Orange, an herbicide mixture widely used during the Vietnam War.
Keith Brown was exposed to agent orange for years, but after being diagnosed with cancer years later, the VA said it wasn't related to the toxin and denied his benefits. Their correction was too late.
One of the region’s largest Veterans Day ceremonies was held in St. Petersburg at the Bay Pines V.A. Medical Center.
Operation Reveille provides an apartment for homeless veterans. Using federal dollars, the initiative is providing housing for 25 homeless vets in Hillsborough County.
A father who served at Pearl Harbor seems to have reached through time to make a special connection with his son in Pinellas County. The story spans an ocean and nearly 80 years.
Dr. Carlos Garcia made a career of serving others. After serving in the marines, he became a psychologist and opened his own practice with the help of Action Zone.