Four U.S. veterans are rowing across the Atlantic to raise awareness for PTSD and money to help those struggling with financial problems, housing accessibility and more.
The group Sofas for Service delivered free furniture to a Milwaukee County veteran in need on Saturday, Jan. 7.
Service dogs can offer support and even help change a veteran's quality of life. Two organizations participated in Paws for a Cause Tuesday.
It can be hard to truly comprehend the sacrifice our country’s veterans have made and even harder to provide a proper thank you. At the American Legion Post in Cedarburg, veterans were remembered and honored.
A Milwaukee-based nonprofit was formed to help veterans cope with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) through music.
Veterans and Milwaukee VA leaders gathered to celebrate Veterans Day on Tuesday, Nov. 9. It was part of the hospital's Ceremony of Reflection.
Veteran LeToi Adams is the oldest player on the UW-Whitewater women's wheelchair basketball team. She only found the sport after tragedy.
Milwaukee's Veterans Day Parade drew dozens downtown to support and honor those who served.
Dryhootch on Brady Street in Milwaukee provides veterans with a place to group and meet regularly for peer support.
Veterans can get a complimentary Build Your Own Grand Slam on Nov. 11.
What started off as one act of kindness has turned into a mission to help veterans.
A Wisconsin veteran and his wife are collecting donations in Union Grove for Afghan refugees housed at Fort McCoy.
Sendik's Food Market in Mequon is giving back to hundreds of veterans, sending around 300 on their Stars and Stripes Honor Flight – free of charge.
Bryan Stern remembers running from the disintegrating World Trade Center, turning around, and not being sure that what he was seeing was even real. After that, he headed to Afghanistan: "I remember wanting my pound of flesh."
Hogs for Heroes gifted Aaron Kream, a medically retired Sheboygan veteran, a Harley-Davidson motorcycle -- a type of ''alternative therapy.''
The Wisconsin Department of Veterans Affairs has been awarded funds to make capital improvements to facilities for veterans.
The Milwaukee County War Memorial Center is hosting a discussion Monday, Aug. 30 called ''We Grieve Together'' for veterans amid chaos in Afghanistan.
Forty-eight new homes will soon be built in Milwaukee for those who served the country.
The Milwaukee Soldiers Home was established after the Civil War, making it one of Wisconsin's most historic sites. After a decade of rehabilitation, it will again house dozens of the nation's heroes.
Veteran Affairs benefit recipients, the IRS said, can expect to see their money land on Wednesday, April 14.