Sen. Tommy Tuberville of Alabama had been under pressure from members of both sides of the political aisle to end his holds.
A veterans memorial cemetery in Boulder City at first accepted, then rejected family’s bid to have father, mother buried there.
Douglas Bowman, 91, a veteran and former race car driver, has been a Formula One enthusiast for decades.
Southern Nevada will honor its military service men and women in what’s touted as the “largest Veterans Day parade west of the Mississippi.”
There is no concrete way for American civilians to offer proper thanks to the servicemen and servicewomen who put their lives on the line to protect the interests of the country they serve, but many stores and consumer brands try their best to show gratitude by offering discounts to service personnel whenever they make purchases.
Col. Amy Klima, an Afghanistan veteran, is the third female brigade commander in Nevada Army Guard history and the first to command the 17th Sustainment Brigade.
The fate of Pvt. Travis King remains uncertain, having been declared AWOL by the U.S. government.
On Sept. 7, 1991, in the hallway of the then-Las Vegas Hilton’s third floor, a group of up to drunken male pilots started to grab and grope dozens of passing women.
Raiders quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo did more than sign autographs during his visit to Nellis Air Force Base this summer.
A nonprofit will push for legislation that will help veterans receive compensation for their exposure to toxic chemicals while working at a nuclear test site in the 1980s.
North Las Vegas police have accused a former airman of raping his family’s 16-year-old babysitter.
At Nellis AFB, the U.S. Air Force Weapons School, reserved for the branch’s most talented pilots, is housed in the Boyd Building, named after renowned fighter pilot and military tactician Col. John Boyd.
The Veterans Protection from Fraud Act would increase penalties to up to 10 years in prison for fraud targeting a veteran, including mail fraud, general fraudulent schemes and more.
An inspector for the Department of Veterans Affairs identified deficiencies in a Las Vegas VA clinic’s response to a severely ill elderly patient who died in 2021.
Officials are investigating what happened to the staff sergeant, who failed to return from a land navigation course.