Game Time Salute Honors U.S. Air Force Veteran Nay NaingFor Nay Naing, serving in the Air Force meant that he had the opportunity to learn the skills and make the connections that would impact the shape of his adult life.
California LGBT Veterans Struggle To Get Military Benefits They Were PromisedGene Silvestri is one of many LGBT veterans either offering or looking for support from the California Department of Veterans Affairs.
Veteran-Owned Businesses In Natomas Get Help Starting Up From GroupInside the kitchen of The Waffle Experience, you’ll notice it’s not your grandma’s griddle grub. Different ingredients settle in to the culinary crevices of a traditional breakfast dish.
Japanese-American WWII War Hero Ben Kuroki Dies At Age 98Ben Kuroki, the only Japanese American known to have flown over Japan during World War II, has died. He was 98.
Watchdogs Take To Social Media To Blast Olivehurst Cemetery ConditionsA group that calls themselves the "grave posse" is pushing for better maintenance of the gravesites at Sierra View Memorial Park.
Sacramento Veterans Court Gives Those Who Served Another Chance And A Helping HandThe Sacramento County Veterans Treatment Court allows certain defendants who have experienced combat to have their criminal records wiped clean.
Unsung Heroes Honored In Art Gallery InstallationThey left behind a legacy rarely a seen until now. But thanks to one local woman, the African American men and woman who fought for our country are finally being recognized.
UPS Employee Accused Of Stealing Veterans' Pain MedicationNathaniel Kirschman, 20, was arrested at his home off of Oxbow Court after Calaveras County sheriff’s deputies and Veterans Affairs investigators say they found several UPS packages addressed to local vets at his home.
Veterans Hospital Quilt Carries Names Of Iraq War's Fallen SoldiersAt the Northern California Veterans Hospital, every day is a day to remember the heroes making the ultimate sacrifice for our country. But on this Memorial Day, veterans have a new gift—sewing together stories of sacrifice.
Folsom Wounded Veteran Run Attracts ThousandsThe 5th annual Memorial Day Wounded Veteran Run attracted people showing love to service men and women by raising tens of thousands of dollars for national and local veteran-support nonprofits.
Wounded Veterans Introduced To Adaptive Sports At Sacramento EventBasketball, rock climbing and even SCUBA diving were within reach for veterans as a thank you for their service from Sacramento’s Paralympic Sports Club.
New Service At Sacramento's Central Library Helps Vets And Their Families Find BenefitsVeterans in Sacramento now have a new resource: The library. The Central Library in downtown Sacramento will open a "War Comes Home" exhibit next week.