A trailer filled with about 97,000 meals for veterans was stolen from a nonprofit organization in Kansas.
Thirteen years after becoming pen pals with a group of kindergarten students in Georgia, a U.S. Army brigadier general surprised the now-high school seniors at their school in a heartwarming first in-person meeting.
The family of a young boy from New York who was diagnosed earlier this year with a rare and terminal brain cancer is asking members of the military, law enforcement, EMS and firefighting communities to send along “patches and prayers” as he continues his difficult battle.
Vernice "FlyGirl" Armour, the country's first African-American female combat pilot joins us on The Nine.
Best place to watch the NAVY's Blue Angels? San Francisco's Marina Green!
About 100 disabled veterans gathered on Coast Guard Island in Alameda for the Valor Games. Rob Roth reports.
For many military veterans wrestling with psychological problems, there is more to getting therapy in a doctor's office.
More than a dozen low income veterans are worried about losing their small apartments in San Francisco, because the city claims the apartments lack the necessary permits.
U.S. forces in Afghanistan on Thursday struck an Islamic State tunnel complex in eastern Afghanistan with "the mother of all bombs," the largest non-nuclear weapon ever used in combat by the U.S. military, Pentagon officials said.
University of San Francisco professor of politics and Middle Eastern Studies, Dr. Stephen Zunes says America's longest war has been the conflict in Afghanistan. He says 14 years into the insurgency, Afghanistan’s government is dealing with battling factions and corruption.
The plane was flown by Bill Hermann, a WWII vet. Ken Wayne reports.
The two men are trying to raise awareness for vets who have been injured. Debora Villalon reports.
The annual Fleet Week is expected to draw thousands to San Francisco. Tara Moriarty reports.
Livermore’s ‘Remember Our Heroes’ veterans’ memorial has apparently been trashed and police suspect vandalism.
Michael Parros, a soldier and West Point grad from Walnut Creek and died of hyponatremia during Army Ranger Camp.