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.
Disabled persons, veterans, and active-duty military who cannot attend in-person distributions are now eligible for free monthly grocery deliveries.
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."
A new study released by the Costs of War Project looks at the costs of deployment and how servicemen and women struggle.
Manuel Jimenez, Chair of the Austin Veterans Commission, is the man behind the push to get the City of Austin to create an Office of Veteran and Military Affairs.
96-year-old John Plyman served his country in WWII. Before a baseball game in Michigan, he gave it his all while he sang his own rendition of the national anthem. Once done, he saluted and the crowd cheered.
Orange County firefighters went above and beyond the call of duty to help a 92-year-old man who was hospitalized after he collapsed while mowing his lawn. “He shouldn’t have to worry about it when he comes home,” the firefighters said.
Disabled Veterans National Foundation awards Samaritan Center a $16,000 grant to focus on providing mental health services to Texas veterans.
House Bill 1802 calls on the Texas Health and Human Services Commission to conduct a clinical study on psilocybin’s impact on veterans with PTSD.
Derek Knapp, an army veteran and the executive director of Restoration Ranch, talks about how the ranch provides a safe haven for veterans and horses.
All veterans enrolled in VA health care will be eligible to receive a vaccination through the Central Texas VA. No appointments will be required.
The Hays County Veterans Services Office helped coordinate efforts with organizations and individuals to help those impacted by the severe weather.
Veterans have voiced frustration over stalled COVID-19 vaccine distribution and the Central Texas Veterans Health Care System has responded.
A Maine veteran is giving back to other veterans who are struggling with homelessness amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
The governor's office says the video provides information on employment, education, skills development, and health services offered for those about to transfer or have transferred to Texas.
Brendan Duebner with Life Skills for Soldiers joins Mike Warren on FOX 7 Austin to talk about how his organization is helping servicemembers transition to civilian life.
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.
Central Texas Veterans Health Care System says it is one of 113 VA Medical Centers across the country to receive the first limited supply of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine.
Dee Blasik, veteran, caregiver and advocate, joins Mike Warren on FOX 7 Austin to talk about her experiences as a caregiver.
A 93-year-old retired Air Force colonel, known as "Mr. Fix It" to his grandchildren, is using his handyman talents to give back to the community.