Southwestern Pa. Veterans Pose Questions To New Veterans Affairs Secretary Who Promises ActionThis region is home to over 230,000 veterans, many of whom have been impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.
World War II Enigma Codebreaker And Pittsburgher Julia Parsons Turning 100 This WeekIn just a few days, a Pittsburgh woman who served as a World War II code-breaker will be celebrating her 100th birthday.
COVID-19 In Pennsylvania: Butler VA Holding Walk-In Vaccination ClinicThe Butler VA Health Care System is holding a walk-in COVID-19 vaccination clinic this weekend.
Fayette County Agency Honors Brownsville Area Military Wall In The Month Of JanuaryA recently dedicated veterans memorial in the Brownsville neighborhood is being recognized by a Fayette County agency this month.
Former West Virginia VA Doctor Sentenced To 25 Years Over Molesting PatientsA former doctor at a Veterans Affairs hospital in West Virginia was sentenced to 25 years in prison on Monday after pleading guilty to federal charges that he molested three male patients and violated their civil rights.
Veterans Receive COVID-19 Vaccine At VA Hospital In OaklandVeterans received COVID-19 vaccines at the VA hospital in Oakland Saturday.
Veterans Thank Other Veterans With Monthly Food DistributionsThere’s no active-duty military base in Pittsburgh, but veterans still flock to the area.
Butler VA Offering Veterans Free Virtual Health And Wellness ClassesThe Butler VA is providing free virtual health and wellness classes for veterans.
Senator Manchin: West Virginia Veterans To Receive Doses Of Moderna VaccineVeterans in West Virginia will receive the Moderna vaccine, according to U.S. Senator Joe Manchin.
Lawyers Seek Sentencing Delay For Fired W. Va. VA Staffer Who Killed 7 VeteransLawyers are asking to delay the sentencing of a former staffer at a veterans hospital in West Virginia who pleaded guilty to intentionally killing seven patients with fatal doses of insulin.
COVID-19 In Pittsburgh: Veterans Fear They're Being Forgotten With The VaccineAs healthcare workers and nursing home residents roll up their sleeves for the vaccine, local veterans want to know when they’ll get the call.
State Human Services Dept. Offering Mental Health Services To Active Duty Military And VeteransThis year has been difficult one for many people, and the holidays can bring on even more unwanted stress.
Smaller Tributes Held Across Pittsburgh To Honor VeteransPittsburgh is known for its huge Veterans Day parade to honor those who served, but with COVID-19 this year, several smaller tributes were held in the area.
Man Mows Lawn For Pittsburgh Veteran During 50-State TourA man who mows veterans' lawns for free was in Pittsburgh Wednesday.
No Hero Left Behind Wants To 'Change' Narrative About Black Veterans By Displaying SignsNo Hero Left Behind is recognizing Black Veterans with a display of new signs in the Hill District.