Bay Area attorneys say a bill that passed the House and the Senate, and is now waiting for the governor’s signature, will hurt veterans and derail their future.
Eligible veterans who are unemployed because of the COVID-19 pandemic could receive a year of tuition and other financial support to learn a new career.
While Congress passed reforms to reduce a backlog of veterans claims, a former VA insider told FOX 13 that, based on his experience, policies intended to improve performance in some cases backfired.
General James Van Fleet was in charge of American and other United Nations forces during the Battle of Kapyong, which started 70 years ago on April 23, 1951.
Almost from the moment the Twin Towers fell, Col. DJ Reyes, Sgt. John Ubaldi, and Sgt. Ryan Cobin knew they would either be needed in Afghanistan -- or they would insist on going.
Retired Marine Corporal Salvatore Naimo ran into enemy fire to save men he didn't know. Nearly 70 years after his acts of heroism, he's being honored for his bravery.
Sergeant Randy McConnell earned seven Purple Hearts, two Silver Stars, a Bronze Star for Valor, and an Army Commendation Medal for Valor in Vietnam. But that's not his whole legacy.
Right along Tampa Bay is a powerful program dedicated to helping wounded, ill, and injured service members and veterans.
A healthy recovery is what everyone hopes for when they're diagnosed with COVID-19. For one Bay Area veteran, it didn't come easy, but after six months in the hospital and six weeks on a ventilator, his family is now preparing to welcome him home.
Retired US Air Force Major Gabriel Gonzalez's sacrifice to his country includes suffering a near-deadly traumatic brain injury while serving in Iraq in 2017.
The organization Building Homes for Heroes was able to give a Brooksville family the gift they truly deserved this Christmas.
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs released a preliminary plan for distributing COVID-19 vaccines once the Food and Drug Administration issues an emergency use authorization.
The legendary pilot and retired brigadier general became the first man to fly faster than the speed of sound
Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day, December 7, marks a sad day in America’s history.
For military veterans suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), overcoming trauma can be difficult. So can talking about it but a Bay Area veteran found an outlet in writing about his experiences.
"We want our fellow service members to know we have their back. We still live by the mantra that that we never leave a service member behind," one volunteer explained.
Navy Veteran Vince Earl Forbes just celebrated turning 100 with a big, socially-distant party in his honor.
A Plant City soldier died at the age of 22 while serving our country in Vietnam. For more than 50 years, PFC Henry Van Demps laid in an unmarked grave -- until this week, when he finally got the military honors he deserved.
A Bay Area veteran’s rifle led to an amazing war story, earning him the Bronze Star in World War II.
Voters in Florida have approved Amendment Six, which deals with other special tax breaks our state gives to disabled veterans.