In the FOX 7 Care Force, Mike Warren looks at how one organization is keeping the entrepreneurial spirit alive in the veteran and military community.
In the FOX 7 Care Force, Mike Warren looks at how UT Austin has become one of the most vet-friendly universities in the country.
The Salvation Army of Austin area commander Major Lewis Reckline joins Marcel Clarke to discuss their new East Austin homeless shelter which has begun welcoming its first families.
Mike Warren spoke with board chairman George P. Bush and Dan Hamilton who runs the podcast in this FOX 7 Care Force.
Jeff and Karen Mills are both disabled veterans, but they're now thriving thanks to a not-so-run-of-the-mill vending machine.
Texas Veterans Commission public affairs officer Jim Halbrook joins Mike Warren to discuss the Commission's focus in 2020.
Chad Bowman with Veterans United Home Loans joins Mike Warren to discuss the changes and how they will benefit veterans seeking home loans.
The Department of Defense has doubled its request for money to find out why veterans are being hit so hard by amyotrophic lateral sclerosis or ALS.
Fernando Gomez Jr.'s grandniece Rebecca put together an altar to honor him and to tell the story of the Death March and the camps and the Hell ships that her great-uncle was on.
Sgt. David Guzman and his family will move from Mission, Texas to a new home, built by Homes for our Troops, in Wimberly. Once completed the house, will be more accessible, for Guzman, the career veteran who joined the army in 1989.
Last month was the 26th anniversary of the battle of Mogadishu in Somalia in 1993. The battle was immortalized in a 1999 book and a 2001 film and was the first time Americans were in sustained combat since Vietnam. FOX 7 Austin's Mike Warren spoke to one Austin man who knows the story first hand.
Dr. Merritt Pember, an Army vet, orthopedic surgeon and founder of the event, joins Mike Warren to talk about the Run for the Flag event and Folds of Honor.
Honor Flight Austin has four World War II vets, 5 Korea and 32 Vietnam veterans set to head to D.C and tour memorials built in their honor. The non-profit's 62nd trip is dedicated to Jack Miller, a World War II veteran, and his daughter's hero.
For one local Marine veteran and his family, this trip was long awaited and the support he received was overwhelming.
A veteran get-together at Cuvee Coffee Bar was put together by Elite Meet, a group that connects veteran special operators.
Using visual art, photography, sculpture, theater, poetry, dance, music, culinary arts, etc; this festival will gather veterans and their community's across the nation.
Since 2010, the non-profit has impacted over 750-thousand veterans, active duty members, and their families.
Big changes could be on the way for men’s bathrooms in Austin. City leaders are working to provide dads, uncles and grandpas with diaper changing stations in public restrooms.
The statewide campaign from TxDOT kicked off on May 20th and runs through June 2nd. Christopher Bishop has all the details.
Honor Flight Austin took combat veterans from the Gulf War to present-day operations on a special flight to the nation’s capital.