Veterans now having more success getting vaccinated through Veterans Affairs
LIVONIA, Mich. – Veterans in Metro Detroit had been rejected from their area Veterans Affairs and it appears someone was giving out the wrong information. Livonia Navy Veteran Tim Flynn called the Ann Arbor VA for a COVID shot and was transferred to a VA national ine to sign up. He was then registered to receive a COVID vaccine and got an appointment an hour later. READ: US House passes legislation to give COVID vaccine to all veterans through VALast week, the House passed the VA Vaccine Act. AdREAD: Congressman says rule that led VA to deny COVID vaccine to veteran will be fixedRead moreQuestions about coronavirus?
‘I felt like a part of me left with it’ -- Ashes of Navy Veteran stolen along with Jeep in Macomb County
FRASER, Mich. – A Macomb County man is grieving not only his father’s untimely death, but the theft of his father’s remains and the rest of his belongings. He’s said he doesn’t care about the Jeep, he just want his father’s belongings back. There’s paintings in there of my father,” Justin said. Justin’s now offering a $15,000 reward for his father’s belongings, but he fears it may be too late for the vehicle. Plans were being made to make sure his father remains were honorably laid to rest.