Col. Earl D. Caleb, head of the Army’s 6th Recruiting Brigade in North Las Vegas, believes he can meet higher enlistment goal this year despite growing challenges.
Scientists at Sandia National Laboratories are claiming success with the first in a new series of test flights involving an upgraded version of a nuclear bomb that has been part of the U.S. arsenal for decades.
For 23rd year in a row, group demonstrates against military work being conducted at the former Nevada Test Site, 65 miles northwest of Las Vegas.
The Pentagon has announced that Nevada will become home to a nearly 20-year project regarding unmanned aircraft and the U.S. Air Force.
The Department of Energy’s Yucca Mountain program was defunded and dismantled under President Barack Obama, leaving only a handful of scientists from the hundreds who once worked on the project.
A thunderous roar reverberates from the steep, narrow canyon as an F-18 fighter jet streaks through it.
Healthcare Equality Index rates medical centers in North Las Vegas, Reno as “leaders” when it comes to inclusiveness.
How battlefield letters written by Pvt. Kilmer S. Bagley to his family in Minnesota found a home at the Leatherneck Club bar and grill in Las Vegas.
Soldiers from throughout the 17th Sustainment Brigade — the Nevada Army Guard’s largest — assembled Sunday morning at the North Las Vegas Readiness Center to mark the brigade’s change of command from from Col. Vernon L. Scarbrough to Col. Eric G. Wishart.
At the 100th anniversary of the U.S. entry into the “war to end all wars,” the improbable tale of the Army’s 91st “Wild West” Division — a ragtag legion of shopkeepers, cowboys, farmers, miners, Native Americans and immigrant railroad workers who helped change the course of history — demands one more telling.