Buzzing With Life: Veteran Finds Passion In BeekeepingFinding a job can sometimes be a struggle for veterans coming home, but one local veteran decided to become a beekeeper. 
Service Held For Oldest WWII VeteranOverton, who died Dec. 27, served in the all-black 1887th Engineer Aviation Battalion.
WWII, Korean War Veteran Celebrates Her 100th BirthdayCanet was crowned and sashed for her 100th birthday at a surprise celebration lunch, but if you ask her, she'll laugh and say it's just another day.
Disabled Veteran Receives Free Remodeled Pool To Rehabilitate InA disabled veteran wanted a remodeled pool and she got one for free thanks to the generosity of a pool company owner, who is also a veteran.
Iraq War Veteran’s Stolen Service Dog Found Safe, Returned To OwnerA heartbroken Army veteran received good news Tuesday when he learned that his service dog, who had been stolen Saturday night in Downey, was found safe in Anaheim.
Family Reunited With Late Father's Stolen Purple Heart A Korean war veteran’s Purple Heart was found by a family and reunited with the hero’s daughter on Saturday.
WATCH: U.S. Soldier Reunites With Stray Dog Rescued In IraqA U.S. Army soldier has been reunited with a stray dog her unit rescued during their deployment to the Middle East.
Body Of Deported Veteran Buried In CaliforniaEnrique Salas was buried with military honors in the San Joaquin Valley city of Reedley, where he attended high school before enlisting in the Marines.
Reward Offered For Information Leading To Arrest In Hit-And-Run Death Of Stockton VetA $10,000 reward has now been issued for information that leads to an arrest in the hit and run death of a Stockton disabled veteran.
Pilot's Remains Back On US Soil From Vietnam After 52 YearsDeborah Crosby touched her father's flag-draped casket as her three brothers hugged her in a tearful embrace on the tarmac at the San Diego airport Friday — ending a more than half century search to find and bring home the remains of Lt. Cmdr. Frederick P. Crosby, shot down as a Navy pilot in the Vietnam War.
Horseman Rides Across US To Bring Attention To Agent OrangeSANTA CLARITA, California (AP) — The two things Colt Romberger and his father had most in common, the ones that made them best friends as well as father and son, were a deep affection for horses and an equally deep pride in having served their country in times of war.