|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
|Lexington PD: Arrest Made in Assault of WWII Veteran
Lexington police have reported that Amanda Pergram was arrested around 4 pm at a Speedway on North Broadway.
|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
|Update: Police Searching For Suspect That Attacked A 90-Year-Old Man
A 90-year-old WWII Vet was assaulted on Saturday, and police say they know who did it.
|Double Amputee Veteran Cycles Cross-Country
Jones first hopped on his bike October 14th, 2013 in Maine. Nearly two months and more than 1,700 miles later, he is in Central Kentucky and about a third of the way through his journey. Video
|Dog Receives Stem Cell Treatment For Ailment
A Nicholasville veterinary clinic performed a procedure on a service dog using stem cells. 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
|Vets Rally to Re-Open Memorials
Veterans in Kentucky are speaking out about the closing of national memorials and are rallying to send a message to Uncle Sam. Those who couldn’t make it to the Million Vet March on the Memorials in Washington, D.C. gathered at the KY Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Frankfort. Video