A bill that aims to streamline veterans claims was proposed in Congress on Thursday by senators who said the government has failed to uphold its duty to disabled service members for the past 20 years.
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A day after a fighter jet went down during a training exercise in western Nevada, the Navy said late Sunday that the military pilot had been killed in the crash.
Thursa Burton says her brother, Rand, is a 100-percent mentally disabled Air Force veteran who is bipolar, diabetic and was recently in danger of losing his toes from infection, but the new Veterans Affairs Medical Center in North Las Vegas doesn’t want anything to do with him.
A Navy F/A-18C Hornet crashed during a training flight in Northern Nevada Saturday afternoon.
A Change of Command ceremony took place at Nellis Air Force Base on Friday.
Alexander Nogales’ wife recalls their bad experience with the new VA Medical Center in early February that started with a call to 911 after the Vietnam War veteran and PTSD victim started shaking and was having trouble breathing.
Less than 1½ years after the Department of Veterans Affairs opened its $1 billion VA Medical Center in North Las Vegas, earthmovers have begun churning the site again to expand the hospital’s emergency room because the existing one is inadequate.
A management shake-up is in the works at the troubled Reno benefits office of the Department of Veterans Affairs, Rep. Dina Titus said Thursday after meeting with the head of the VA.
A trial date has been scheduled for the court-martial of a Marine accused of killing a Las Vegas prostitute who was visiting Hawaii.
Staff Sgt. Andrew Leach faces one felony count each of murder and child abuse, neglect or endangerment with substantial bodily harm for injuries his son Aiden Leach suffered on Feb. 1, court documents said.