ASHLAND, Ore. — A World War II veteran celebrated his birthday from his front porch today as family and the community threw him a parade.
COOS COUNTY — Helping their fellow military service members in need despite the wide range of coronavirus-related shutdowns is still a top priority for many
WHITE CITY, Ore.– Local VA facilities have been testing veterans and staff who may have coronavirus. While no cases have been confirmed, the VA says
A flyer purporting to be an official Department of Veterans Affairs document full of misleading COVID-19 advice is fake, VA officials said. The flyer circulating
Columbia Cares, a nonprofit that helps local veterans, has been officially approved to expand their housing project between Columbus and Stewart. When finished, two buildings
MEDFORD, Ore. – Two communities in southern Oregon will receive state funding to build affordable housing for veterans and people with mental illness. Oregon Housing
EAGLE POINT, Ore. — A Central Point soldier who was deployed to Afghanistan and died last month, returns to the Rogue Valley to be honored
On Tonight’s Five on 5, we are joined by Portland Lines for Life Executive Director Dwight Holton discussing how the organization does to prevent substance
Grants Pass Vet Center moved into a new 2-building headquarters on Steiger St, which is an upgrade from their previous location on 10th St.
On Tonight’s Five on 5, we are joined by Divide Camp Executive Director Julie Wheeler discussing how their organization helps post 9/11 veterans by providing
Only on NBC5, a local World War II Veteran is being honored for his achievements in the Marine Corps. Delbert Littrell is a World War
Students honored local veterans Thursday during an assembly at Sutherlin High School. After the ceremony, the students sat down with the veterans to hear their