The Veterans Affairs Pittsburgh Healthcare System occasionally delayed reporting test results for patients suspected of having Legionnaires’ disease, but treatment wasn’t affected by those delays, the VA’s Office of Inspector General said in a report issued Tuesday.
His son survived the war, but lost the battle at home.
A local Korean War veteran tried for nearly two months to get a phone call from the Veterans Administration and couldn’t. That’s when he knew he had to Get Marty.
The metal flag holders being used on veterans’ graves have become a popular target for thieves.
VA Official resigns in wake of scandal
A Beaver County soldier – seriously wounded while fighting in Iraq – is now waging a different battle.
Another movie crew has set up shop in the Pittsburgh area, but this one’s a little different. They call themselves “Project 22,” and today, they arrived in Pittsburgh for a two-day filming blitz. They are […]
Another movie crew has set up shop in the Pittsburgh area, but this one’s a little different.
A Congressional committee is holding a second hearing on a Legionnaire’s disease outbreak at Pittsburgh’s Veterans Affairs hospitals that killed at least five patients and sickened 21 since 2011.
The family William Nicklas, 87, of Hampton Township, filed notice that they intend to file a wrongful death lawsuit against Veterans Affairs after his death at the VA’s Oakland facility on Nov. 23.
More than 600 veterans in wheelchairs have taken over the David L. Lawrence Convention Center. They are here for the 31st National Veterans Wheelchair Games.
Athletes from all over came to Pittsburgh Sunday to gear up for the start of the 31st Annual National Veterans Wheelchair Games.