New Housing Community In Stockton Aims To Get Veterans Off The StreetsIn the city of Stockton, on any given night, an estimated 140 veterans are forced to sleep on the streets. On Thursday, the city celebrated a new housing community dedicated to cutting that number down.
'I Cry Out Of Joy:' Marine Veteran With ALS From Combat Gets New HomeThere's clearly a lot of love for one Marine, now living in his own home specially made for him and his needs. For the first time in three years, Marine Chief Warrant Officer 3 David Field was able to look in a mirror designed for his height.
Memorial Day Service Cancelled At Dixon Veterans' CemeteryA veterans' cemetery in Dixon was forced to cancel its Memorial Day service because of the pandemic.
Hoarding Hits Local Veterans Struggling For SuppliesAs people continue stockpiling, facilities that help veterans in need are scrambling for the basics.
Sacramento Police Waive College Requirement For Veteran RecruitsSacramento police want more military veterans on the force and are getting rid of their college education requirement to do it.
Donations Meant For Homeless Veterans Stolen From Local GroupA Sacramento group that helps homeless veterans was targeted by thieves who stole supplies meant for veterans.
What's That Pirate Ship Doing In Buckley Cove?It's not something you'd expect to see on the waterways of Stockton, a pirate ship docked near Buckley Cove.
Organization Offering Free Horse Riding To Help Veterans HealA veteran-owned business is helping other veterans work through the trauma they experienced during their service.
Veteran In Stable Condition After Homeless Man Allegedly Dropped Tripod Dropped Into WindshieldAuthorities say a homeless man dropped a Caltrans tripod onto the highway below piercing a car windshield and wounding a veteran.
Veterans Unable To Make It To Washington D.C. Take Virtual Honor FlightDozens of veterans from El Dorado County took a special trip to Washington D.C. without leaving Cameron Park, Friday.
World War II Vet, 95, Dies During 'Honor Flight' TripA 95-year-old former soldier died aboard a so-called Honor Flight carrying World War II veterans home to San Diego after an all-expenses-paid weekend trip to Washington, D.C.
Non-Profit Group Teaches Veterans Therapy Of Surfing Ocean Waves In Santa CruzThere will be a few extra surfers in the water at Santa Cruz and Capitola this weekend as the organization Operation Surf teaches wounded veterans how to ride a wave.
Apartment Complex Geared Toward Veterans Helps Renew HopeMany of the 39 units at the Rocky Hill Veterans Apartments in Vacaville are set aside for homeless veterans.
Veteran Single Mother Gifted Recycled CarUS Air Force and Army National Guard Veteran Darci Carrigan was surprised with a newly refurbished SUV today thanks to Recycled Rides.
Veterans Lend A Helping Hand, Improve Stockton Veterans FacilityThese volunteers are improving more than just the home, they’re building camaraderie between generations of veterans.