Air Force Veteran Finally Gets Final Resting Place He DeservesAfter a long fought battle, a mother has given her veteran son the final resting place he deserves.
World War II Vet Gets Home Makeover And Free Trip From VolunteersA World War II veteran in Austin, Texas has received a helping hand from thankful volunteers in his community.
Williamsport Man Sentenced for Setting Parents' House AblazeA county circuit court in Maryland sentenced a veteran who burned his parents' house down to 18 months in jail and recommended participation in an alternative program to incarceration.
Veteran Fired From VA After Seeking Help For Disability PayThe U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs fired an employee in retaliation for seeking congressional help in finding his lost VA benefits claims folder, federal investigators said Tuesday on the employee's first day back to work.
Arrest Made In Killing Of 95-year-old Maryland WWII VeteranMontgomery County police say they've made an arrest in the killing of a 95-year-old WWII veteran.
Veteran Charged With Threatening To Shoot Wife At U.S. CapitolAn Army veteran has been charged with threatening to shoot his wife and other people at the U.S. Capitol, where his wife works.
Veteran Death At Baltimore VA Under InvestigationThe Baltimore VA Medical Center says the death of a veteran in their care is under investigation.
40-Year Veteran Baltimore Fire Safety Officer Found Dead In BuildingA tragedy and a mystery for the Baltimore City Fire Department. A veteran firefighter is found dead in a house hours after responding to a fire.
Md. Veteran Gets Bronze Star After 5-Year WaitA Maryland veteran has received a Bronze Star after waiting for the award for more than five years.
Van Hollen, Cardin Laud Md. Veteran-Owned Business ProgramU.S. Sen. Ben Cardin and Rep. Chris Van Hollen are lauding a Montgomery County program that teaches veteran-owned businesses how to get federal contracts.
Therapy Dog Missing For Weeks In Anne Arundel County Returns Home A Severn veteran finds his dog after it goes missing for more than six weeks. He lost his companion after a car accident.
WWII Vets Make Western Md. Their Base For D.C. VisitAbout 200 elderly Midwestern military veterans and "Rosie the Riveter" factory workers are making Hagerstown their base camp for a free tour of monuments in the nation's capital.