The organization U.S.VETS seeks to bring visibility and awareness to Veteran homelessness through “Camo for a Cause” — a campaign developed with the mission to end Veteran homelessness in the United States while transforming what it means to wear camo here at home.
Arizona Sen. Kyrsten Sinema faced more defections from the broad base of support she built to win her seat in 2018 when five members of her veterans advisory council resigned over her opposition to parts of President Biden's infrastructure plan and refusal to ditch the Senate filibuster.
On Saturday, the eighth annual "Stand Up for Veterans" event was held at Arizona Christian University in Glendale. Veterans show up to get help with things like medical and mental health resources to get them reacclimated to civilian society.
The event, which was exclusively catered to service members transitioning to civilian life, veterans and military spouses, brought dozens of exhibitors.
It was at the age of 13, Robert Guidry fell in love with cutting hair, first his brother and then others. It wasn’t until he served in the Marines during the Vietnam War did he realize even more the importance of a good cut.
A Valley veteran who served in Afghanistan is speaking out about the crisis in the middle east and how he's trying to help people seek refuge in the United States.
She's just 7 years old, but Marietta's Jada Britt is already giving back in a big way to veterans in her community.
Army veteran Joshua Emer is leading a 100-mile hike with other veterans through Arizona to raise awareness for those struggling with PTSD. Proceeds will be donated to Semper Fi & America's Fund, a non-profit that benefits critically ill and injured servicemembers.
A landmark veteran-owned business in Mesa that's been a staple in the East Valley for over three decades is struggling to stay open as the owner says a series of unfortunate events may force him to close.
Community groups, the Satellite Beach High School marching band, and several others took part in the celebration.
Eligible veterans who are unemployed because of the COVID-19 pandemic could receive a year of tuition and other financial support to learn a new career.
Her family says they are most proud of her service for our country, her involvement in civil rights marches, like the Selma to Montgomery March, and her kindness.
A Valley veteran who was wounded in combat in 2015 was gifted a brand new, payment-free car on Wednesday. "I was very surprised. I am surprised about the whole thing."
President Joe Biden on Wednesday signed into law the SAVE LIVES Act which requires the Department of Veterans Affairs to provide coronavirus vaccinations to all U.S. veterans, regardless of eligibility.
A Glendale veteran needed some help with her home after developing a hoarding issue, so fellow vets teamed up to improve her home on Feb. 13.
The Senate has overwhelmingly voted to confirm President Joe Biden’s pick to oversee the Department of Veterans Affairs.
A Maine veteran is giving back to other veterans who are struggling with homelessness amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
A Valley veteran was in a 30-day coma and woke up to eviction and his things auctioned off. He was then scammed out of $2,000 while trying to find a new home. Now a month later, it's all changed for him.
The first doses of COVID-19 vaccine arrived at the Phoenix VA site on the morning of Dec. 15, and they were given to some workers and veterans.
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs released a preliminary plan for distributing COVID-19 vaccines once the Food and Drug Administration issues an emergency use authorization.