President Donald Trump will tap Gen. Mark Milley as his next top military adviser, choosing a battle-hardened commander who has served as chief of the Army for the last three years, U.S. officials said Friday.
Las Vegas residents Edward Hall and Winifred Kamen share a connection to the “day of infamy” when Japan attacked Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941. But one has no memory of the attack while the other will never forget.
A 93-year-old World War II Army veteran says he was “roughed up” and arrested by police at the VA Medical Center in North Las Vegas after a dispute over a tardy shuttle.
The buzzing Roger Wagner heard the morning of Dec. 30, 1967, is his most distinct memory from his service in Vietnam.
A memorial honoring 895 Nevada residents who have died in wars and conflicts dating to the Civil War has been damaged days after its dedication.
The new center at 741 S. Rainbow Dr. will join two previous locations at 3700 S. Maryland Parkway and 3345 E. Tropicana Ave. in providing expanded services, thanks to $1.4 million grant from the U.S. Department of Labor.
An employee from Nellis Air Force Base’s child care center was arrested Tuesday and faces child abuse charges after a young girl was injured at the base in October, court documents show.
Charm McElree connects veterans with a federal program that helps those who left school for the service get those long-overdue diplomas. She was honored by Gov. Brian Sandoval and other officials Thursday in Las Vegas.
The Navy has completed a draft plan to more than triple the size of its bombing range near Fallon.
Most veterans using the Forever GI Bill to attend UNLV have not faced the backlog affecting thousands of others who have yet to receive benefits or have received them late.