An agreement aimed at helping decrease wait times for veterans seeking medical care has been forged between Air Force and Veterans Affairs officials in Ohio.
Eleven Ohio agencies will receive nearly $1.9 million to help homeless veterans find and maintain permanent housing.
Nearly 500 veterans showed up at the VFW post in west Akron this week for Summit County's annual "stand down.
Hundreds of Ohioans will riding their bicyles this Memorial Day weekend to help wounded military veterans. The first annual "Honor Ride Ohio" is scheduled to start on Saturday.
A bill aimed at making it easier for Ohio veterans to get college and professional licensing credit for their military experience is on its way to the state Senate.
A permanent supportive housing community for disabled and formerly homeless veterans in central Ohio has expanded, with a similar facility expected to open next year in northwest Ohio.
The state is urging veterans and students to get into the insurance industry.
For several years, a program in Ohio has been taking the state's World War II veterans on a special trip.
Mike DeWine says Ohioans should beware of veterans' charity scams and those who make false promises about helping veterans.
Ohio's attorney general warns members of the U.S. military and their families to be alert to consumer scams including some specifically targeting military personnel.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine says active duty military members and their families are often the target of scams.
State officials yesterday dedicated two new permanent Statehouse exhibits honoring veterans.
Some Ohio veterans are speaking out against fellow vet and current Republican U.S. Senate candidate Josh Mandel.