The Clark County School District, facing more than 2,000 open teaching positions, hopes to attract military veterans and their spouses to the classroom.
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Documents that the Labor Department failed to release to a former Area 51 security officer years ago in his toxic-exposure case have been obtained by his advocate, setting the stage for a showdown in a federal appeals court.
Let's call it Operation Motherhood. The next mission for Senior Airman MiaLisa Mossay, a 25-year-old dental assistant at Nellis Air Force Base, will begin in about five months. That's about the time she will deliver her third child as an active-duty military mom.
Emotions have been running high at Heard Elementary School at Nellis Air Force Base. Teachers voices crack as they describe their love for the aging campus. Students fight back tears — most, unsuccessfully — as they offer parting gifts to their favorite teacher.
Not even oceans can keep the appreciation Americans have for their troops from reaching those who are defending their country worlds away.
Hailed by then-Veterans Affairs Secretary Eric Shinseki as the "crown jewel" of VA hospitals when it opened four years ago, the VA Medical Center in North Las Vegas has endured growing pains and criticism from veterans about wait times and staffing issues.
A special week long reunion of surviving members of the crew of the U.S.S. Nevada wrapped up on Thursday February 11th at the Nevada State Museum.
Less than a year after breaking ground for a $6 million Fisher House where families of wounded warriors can stay while their loved ones recover, officials for the foundation and the nonprofit Nevada Military Support Alliance opened the 2-story building at the North Las Vegas VA Medical Center campus on Thursday.
President Barack Obama on Tuesday submitted his final budget proposal to Congress with additional details on how it would affect the military, including Nellis Air Force Base in Nevada.
A judge in the court proceedings involving Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, who has been charged with desertion and misbehavior before the enemy, has issued a stay of proceedings, essentially putting the court martial on hold.
Flashbacks from serving on the USS Nevada during the Pearl Harbor attack, the D-Day invasion and the bombardment of Iwo Jima rolled through Byron McGinty's mind Monday while he watched a documentary on the legendary battleship.
Too often, veterans return from war with memories of unspeakable violence and horror. They've survived the worst that humanity has to offer, and while they may have left the war in another county, a tougher battle is waiting for them at home.
Operation Freedom's Sentinel will get a boost from the Nevada Army National Guard as soldiers from the 422nd Expeditionary Signal Battalion will mobilize.
Pentagon planners are giving Nellis and Creech Air Force bases a big boost in the president's budget request that should keep them flying high for the next five years to train fighter pilots and test the nation's latest high-tech aircraft.
"ISIS is like a Slinky. It expands and contracts." That was the observation Tuesday of Las Vegas Iraq War Marine veteran Luigino Lobello.
Legislation by U.S. Rep. Joe Heck to help reduce homelessness among veterans once again passed the House on Tuesday, this time as part of another measure.
The top U.S. Marine Corps and Army generals said on Tuesday thatwomen should be required to register for the military draft, along with men, as the armed forces move toward integrating them fully into combat positions.
More than 10 months have passed since Michael Grubler alerted Veterans Affairs officials to a glitch in the phone system when veterans contemplating suicide call the VA Medical Center in North Las Vegas.
Keeping in lockstep with the Pentagon's direction to open all positions, including combat roles, to women, Nellis Air Force Base will also break the gender barrier this year in its command leadership.
A report of a shooting at Naval Medical Center San Diego appears to be a false alarm, the military indicated Tuesday.
The first Red Flag exercises of 2016 are under way at Nellis Air Force Base, drawing air crews from all over the United States, the United Kingdom and Australia.
Kelley and Peter Guidry reached a milestone Thursday night: with help of other veterans they pedaled the first 222 miles of a 2,222-mile journey they hope to complete by Veterans Day in their #22DamnMany campaign.
Just two weeks after 250 soldiers from a Nevada Army National Guard supply brigade mobilized to support combat operations in the Middle East, two more waves of citizen-soldiers from a Nevada signal battalion are training for deployments to Kuwait and the Horn of Africa, the Las Vegas Review-Journal has learned.