|Signs help vets fight personal battle
Mark Creech is fighting a war right here at home, one that sends the American soldier into a personal battle every day; yet one of which most are unaware.
|Military Decorations Awarded Decades Past Due
A Casey County Veteran has his share of medals from a Vietnamese Service Medal to a Bronze Star but there’s one honor he earned twice but somehow never received, until now. Video
|Army Vet Saves Liberty's Independence Day Parade
City leaders in Liberty decided to cancel its Independence Day parade because of lack of interest.
One Army Veteran wasn't going to have it and has rallied community support to save the parade.
|"Back A Vet" Gives Help to the Homeless
On Saturday, the Community Action Council hosted an event to provide homeless Kentucky veterans with items they may not normally receive. Video
|NABVETS Annual Luncheon, a First for Lexington
For the first time ever, the National Association of Black Veterans held its annual luncheon in Lexington. Video
|World War II Hero Surprised At Recognition Ceremony
Troy Bowling, 87, was surprised Friday morning with a special recognition ceremony at the VA Medical Center in Lexington. The decorated Marine, who was wounded at Iwo Jima, has over 73,000 volunteer hours helping other Veterans at the VA. Video
|Local Hero Awarded New House
The build was sponsored by Helping A Hero, an organization which tailors homes to wounded veterans. Video
|PTSD, An Epidemic Among Vets
20,000 active duty soldiers have some type of major mental illness and 22 veterans commit suicide everyday according to the department of veterans affairs. Video