• Meet the Young Man Who Makes Flags for America’s Fallen Soldiers

    “Personally, this is not a job,” Alexander said. “To me this is a career.” That career took him to Washington, where he shared his story with lawmakers this week, telling them about the importance of employment opportunities for adults with disabilities. “Anything is really possible,” he told NBC News. “Everyone deserves a chance at finding […]

  • Local Veteran Opens Up About Thoughts of Suicide

    Just this week, first Kate Spade and now Anthony Bourdain. Two people who seemed to have it all, dead by suicide. Kelly Grotsky, the Mental Health Services Manager for Riverside University Health System says, “you know it can affect anyone from any socioeconomic class, regardless, rich or poor.” Even people here in the Coachella Valley […]

  • President Trump cancels Eagles’ visit to White House

    Chris Long and Malcolm Jenkins were among the Eagles players who already said they wouldn’t visit the White House. Now, none of the Eagles will. President Donald Trump issued a statement canceling the trip, citing the national anthem as the reason. “The Philadelphia Eagles are unable to come to the White House with their full team to be […]

  • Newborn daughter of fallen hero held by soldiers in viral image

    A newborn’s photo shoot is going viral and reminding everyone that freedom has a price. Pinehurst Photography shared the incredible image on May 29. The caption reads: “Sometimes all we need to soothe our soul and ease our burdens is the loving hand of a friend gently touching our heart and lifting us towards love.” According […]

  • Braves fan holds umbrella over JROTC cadet at rainy baseball game

    A timely and powerful image emerged on social media on Memorial Day. The Atlanta Braves dedicated a seat in their stadium last year to servicemen and women who were prisoners of war or missing in action since World War I. On Monday, a local high school JROTC member stood at attention next to the chair, […]

  • Soldiers Place 230,000 US Flags at Arlington National Cemetery

    Soldiers adorned nearly a quarter-million headstones with U.S. flags at Arlington National Cemetery Thursday to honor America’s fallen military heroes. The annual “Flags-In” tradition marks the beginning of Memorial Day weekend events at the cemetery. The tradition began in 1948 and is carried out by the 3rd U.S. Infantry Regiment, nicknamed “The Old Guard.” This […]

  • Marine Reunites With Stray Dogs He Adopted From Iraq

    A U.S. Marine was reunited in San Diego Wednesday with three stray dogs he fell in love with while deployed in Iraq. Once roaming the Iraqi desert scrounging for food and suffering abuse at the hands of some locals, Rooster, Hesko and Wendy are on their way to forever homes. Captain Kyle Watkins said it’s […]

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