The city of Columbus is receiving a major gift to help address a pressing issue in our community. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has agreed to provide more than $140,000 to help the homeless veteran community. The U.S Department of Housing and Urban Development created a partnership with Veterans Affairs […]

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The Central Ohio Transit Authority, better known at COTA,  will be offering free fares on Election Day! This way residents of Columbus will have easier access to polling locations. On November 5th, voters can use COTA buses to get to their polling locations throughout the city. “The action taken by our board today reflects COTA’s […]

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A well-deserved gesture for an Ohio hero. The Ohio Patriot Guard escorted U.S. Army veteran and Purple Heart recipient Daus Hempker, along with his fiancee Jessie Alianiello to their new fully furnished home. “It’s just the biggest blessing ever,” Alianiello said. The PulteGroup’s Built to Honor program goes around the country giving wounded veterans brand […]

Military veterans are showing their solidarity with demonstrators at Standing Rock.

#bigbinkshow                   Tonight is Military Appreciation Night in San Diego where the 49ers are playing the Chargers and Colin Kaepernick is rumored to continue has stance on sitting during the National Anthem.  This Game will be Nationally Televised.  

Richard Overton turned 110 on Wednesday, making him the oldest living World War II veteran. But he says age isn't slowing him down

Police were searching for up to three suspects Wednesday in connection with a mass shooting in San Bernardino, California, where as many as 20 people were wounded. Firefighters set up a triage area near the Inland Regional Center on the South Waterman Avenue, where they were treating the wounded on the street and loading others […]

World War II veteran Richard Overton celebrated his 109th birthday with whiskey, cigars, and burgers because…YOLO. Known as the oldest living veteran in America, Overton…