Top 5 Veterans News: April 13th, 2018

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  1. ‘We waited hours for Judge Vonda Evans,’ family of slain veteran says. Judge Vonda Evans says she’s not hurting anyone when she comes and goes as she pleases at Third Circuit Court. Tonight, the family of a murdered man says she hurt them plenty.
  2. Here’s Why Veterans Are Set To Crush It In The 2018 Elections. As if there weren’t already plenty of great reasons to serve in the military (see the world, spread democracy, eat free at Applebee’s), we can now add “get elected” to the list.
  3. ‘Amazing:’ 1st Honor Flight of 2018 takes off from Mitchell Airport, carrying 152 veterans. The first Stars and Stripes Honor Flight of 2018 took off from Mitchell International Airport early Saturday morning, April 14, with two planes full of veterans. One World War II vet not only served his country, but also played for the green and gold!
  4. Veteran’s stolen SUV recovered, police want to find ‘people of interest’. There was a big break in a case Friday involving a car that was stolen from a former Marine in Denver.
  5. Woodworth named Veteran of the Month for April. Donald (Woody) Woodworth, a World War II, Korean War, Cold War and Vietnam War veteran from Livonia, was honored as the April 2018 Veteran of the Month by the Sons of the American Legion, Squadron 32, of the Myron H. Beals American Legion Post 32 in Livonia.

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