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Veterans struggling with Milwaukee municipal citations can get help to have those citations resolved during a virtual event Nov. 29.

Courtroom gavel in front of American flag

Let’s talk turkey: A Thanksgiving meal at the Milwaukee VA

Executive Chef Katherine Block was recently hired at the Milwaukee VA as part of a Veterans Health Administration modernization effort that aims to improve meal quality and bring a back-to-scratch approach to food service here.

Chef adding steaming hot water to Thanksgiving meal stuffing mixture.

Milwaukee VA seeks to better connect with Native American Veterans

We know different cultures have different beliefs, and to render the best care possible, health care providers should understand and respect those beliefs. It should be no different for Native Americans, according to Rodney Pearsall.

Rodney Pearsall with sweetgrass, cedar, sage and tobacco.

A great escape: Simulation uses puzzles to teach important protocols

What do Legos, lockboxes and crossword puzzles have to do with nursing education?

Nurses solve puzzle in escape room

Help is available: Escaping domestic violence

If you’re a victim of domestic violence, help is available — even if you see no way out.

Domestic Violence Awareness Month logo

'The impact is on Veterans' lives': Recreation therapist honored with Bethany Award

Anne Bunzel, a recreation therapist at the Milwaukee VA Medical Center, received the 2022 Bethany Award during an Oct. 5 ceremony in Milwaukee.

Bethany Award winner Anne Bunzel with Sarah Garven and Glen Perry

Fond du Lac event connects with rural Veterans

Efforts to better serve rural Veterans took a major step forward Tuesday during an event in Fond du Lac.

Veterans check out booths at Fond du Lac event

'A gem:' VA secretary meets with Veterans, staff during Milwaukee VA visit

U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Secretary Denis McDonough got a handful — and an earful — during his visit to the Milwaukee VA Medical Center Aug. 31.

VA secretary greets Veteran

Milwaukee VA honored for energy-saving upgrades

The Milwaukee VA Medical Center was honored Tuesday for energy-saving projects that have saved millions of dollars in utility costs and reduced its carbon footprint.

FM staff with energy efficiency award

Blind Veteran swings away thanks to PGA program

A.J. Mohammed didn’t see his tee shot whistle down the fairway and fade a little to the right Saturday on the first hole at Brookfield Hills Golf Course.

John Harvey, left, helps blind Veteran A.J. Mohammed line up his tee shot.