The parade is scheduled to start at 10 a.m. Thursday at Fourth Street and Gass Avenue and end a mile to the north at Stewart Avenue.
Southern Nevada restaurants and bars are offering free and discounted food and drink to veterans and active members of the military on Veterans Day Nov. 11.
A 22-year-old woman killed in a house party shooting was a National Guard specialist and Las Vegas High School graduate.
A ceremony Tuesday in the school’s library marked the deactivation of the school’s Air Force JROTC unit and began the transition to operating under the newly created Space Force.
Onofrio “No-No” Zicari was hurt storming Omaha Beach on D-Day during World War II.
A judge on Tuesday is expected to appoint a management company to take over services that SHARE Village promised its vulnerable tenants.
A memorial ceremony at Nellis Air Force Base on Friday morning marked the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
Veteran Shamus Flynn, now a Nevada attorney, said Afghans who worked as interpreters for the U.S. military were viewed as traitors in their own country.
The so-called tribute tables that honor the victims of a suicide bombing in Kabul last week have been received with respect and emotion by patrons.
Faced with tough questions about leaving Afghanistan, including Americans left behind, President Joe Biden planned to address the nation Tuesday about the way forward after 20 years of U.S. war.
Rockets struck a neighborhood the Kabul airport on Monday amid the ongoing U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan. It wasn’t immediately clear who launched them.
Northeast Las Vegas residents may hear explosions between 11 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. as the 99th Civil Engineer Squadron destroys munitions that can’t be safely stored or shipped.
“I knew at that moment, this was going to change my life forever. I’ll never forget how the country came together,” Nevada Army Guard 1st Sgt. Larry Harlan said.
As the Taliban swept through Kabul over the weekend, the takeover shocked the nation. But Nevada Army Guard Staff Sgt. Richard Rohweder, who served in Afghanistan, was not surprised.
Members of the U.S. military would be required to have the COVID-19 vaccine beginning Sept. 15, under a plan announced by the Pentagon Monday and endorsed by President Joe Biden.