This morning more than sixty volunteers will try to identify and immediately help veterans who are chronically homeless in St. Louis.
A man who posed as a Marine veteran of Afghanistan and Iraq in soliciting donations for a bogus raffle will spend a year in federal prison.
A Vietnam War veteran from St. Louis County has belatedly received a Purple Heart medal more than 44 years after he was wounded overseas.
Four St. Louis companies received the Flag of Freedom award Tuesday morning for efforts in hiring veterans.
A job fair for veteran and military spouses will be held Thursday by RecruitMilitary.
The company expects to hire more than 3,000 employees over the next year.
Happens Thursday 11am-3 pm. Open to vets and their spouses.
The great-great-great-grandson of a War of 1812 veteran has made sure the soldier has a headstone in Sugar Grove Township Cemetery.
“We’re really hoping this year they get their act together and instead of pointing their fingers at each other that they know veterans vote, and we point our fingers at them.”
Trial delayed for man accused in bogus-bomb case.