Survey Says Local Vets More Satisfied With VAThe number of veterans saying they're satisfied with treatment increasing.
Veterans, First Responders Clash with St. Louis Pride ParadeA gay veteran is questioning why the group overseeing the St. Louis Pride Parade is making it harder for first responders to participate.
ALERT: Scam Targets VeteransLetter targets the Veterans Choice Program.
Groundbreaking for Officer Mike Flamion's Custom HomeGary Sinise Foundation building specially adapted smart home for paralyzed officer.
Donated Deer Hides Turned into Gloves for Disabled VeteransMissouri hunters are giving disabled veterans a helping hand.
Recruit Military to Hold Career Fair for Veterans at Chaifetz ArenaMore than 40 companies will be conducting on-sight interviews, including the St. Louis VA Medical Center and the Boeing Company.
Blues Asking Fans to Sing National Anthem at Wednesday's Blackhawks GameScottrade Center may not have to suffer through Blackhawks fans yelling throughout the entire National Anthem.
Huey Helicopter Exhibit Lands Downtown This WeekOrganizer Paula Barron with the group Light Horse Legacy, says the Huey is a potent symbol for Vietnam Vets to behold.
Official: One-third of Calls to VA Suicide Hotline Are UnansweredSome hotline workers handle fewer than five calls per day and leave before their shifts end.
Work Begins on Village of Tiny Homes for Homeless VeteransIn recent months, the Lawrences have joined a nationwide movement to create tiny-house communities for needy veterans.
Madison County Court Helps Vets Avoid JailCost savings is huge, says circuit judge
Sen. McCaskill Pushes to Help Veterans Exposed to Mustard GasShocking mistreatment of veterans, dating back to World War II - that's the charge by Sen. Claire McCaskill following a scathing investigation into the use of mustard gas on 60,000 servicemen.