Veterans Attend VA Public Forum in St. PetersNavy and Army veterans Louis Grey was the VA public forum Thursday night in St. Peters to check on his benefits. There were about 130 veterans that attended the event.
Veterans: Jefferson Barracks Still Won't be Big EnoughThe VA may purchase a $1.7 million portion of Sylvan Springs Park to expand Jefferson Barracks.
Congressmen Push Bill to Prohibit Confederate Flag at VA CemeteriesMissouri Congressman Lacy Clay (D) and Congressman Ruben Gallego (D) Texas, introduced a bill Thursday to prohibit the Confederate Battle Flag at cemeteries operated by the Department of Veterans Affairs, including Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery in St. Louis County.
Runaway Barges Threaten Jefferson Barracks Bridge, Coast Guard InvestigatesThe 110 barges did not cause harm to the Jefferson Barracks bridge, but the Coast Guard is checking if the barges were properly secured..
UPDATE: Jefferson Barracks VA Medical Center Apologizes for Lax CareThe Veterans Administration medical center at Jefferson Barracks is under fire from a woman who says her relative was kept in a room brimming with trash and filth.
Kevin Killeen's Whole 'nother Story -- Memorial Day in St. Louis
Former Slaves Who Fought in Civil War RememberedNames of 56th U.S, Colored Infantry recited on Memorial Day
Veterans Disapprove Of Jefferson Barracks Water Park PlanWhat we want is green space between us and civilization when we bury our honored members," Vietnam War veteran Mike LeBlanc said.
New Role Planned at Jefferson BarracksThe military post founded in 1832 has been picked by the Defense Department for a detachment that will gather intelligence on adversaries.
High Marks for St. Louis VA hospitalsAn annual review of the St. Louis Veterans Administration Health Care System finds no major faults a big improvement after years of citations for problems with patient care.
Sen. McCaskill Against Closing Jefferson Barracks TowerThe Pentagon may not be closing a radio tower at Jefferson Barracks.
Memorial Day Burial In Calif. Has St. Louis LinkStaff Sgt. Elbert Pollard's unidentified remains were buried at Jefferson Barracks Natl. Cemetery until DNA testing solved the mystery.