More than 100 disabled athletes will compete in the sports trials in a variety of sports at Nellis Air Force Base and UNLV over the next nine days.
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Wait times for appointments at VA mental health clinics in the Las Vegas area were altered, according to a complaint in 2013, months before a national scandal erupted over similar practices at a VA hospital in Arizona.
Pvt. Robert Smith never received the Medal of Honor awarded by President Rutherford B. Hayes in 1877. His 82-year-old grandson, Jerry Reynolds of Elko, finally collected it Monday.
The federal government has been in no hurry to assess the health impacts of two harmful chemicals found in a water supply that Marine veterans from Camp LeJeune, North Carolina blame on cancer and other maladies.
The results of an investigation into the suicide of a Marine that suggested his unit might have a “drug problem” and highlighted a hostile work environment were withheld from the Marine’s family for an “unacceptably long time” spanning months.
A Chinese warship seized a U.S. Navy unmanned underwater glider that was collecting unclassified scientific data in the South China Sea, and the U.S. is demanding its return, the Pentagon said Friday.
With the snip of a red ribbon by a giant pair of scissors, Arnold Stalk and elected officials and dignitaries opened a second Veterans Village housing complex in Las Vegas on Thursday.
Pilot Maj. Alex Turner suffered a minor injury after he ejected from the F-16CJ Fighting Falcon jet following the Nellis-based team’s six-jet flyover at the U.S. Air Force Academy graduation ceremony.
Donald Trump on Monday criticized Lockheed Martin’s F-35 fighter jet program as too expensive, the latest attack by the U.S. President-elect on large defense contractors.
Clarendon Hetrick joined his USS Arizona shipmates Dec. 7, 2016.