A man was taken into custody near the base around 4 p.m. and suspicious items were found in his vehicle.
A sergeant with the Nevada Army National Guard has been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder and domestic battery by strangulation.
A staff sergeant at Nellis Air Force Base was arraigned Tuesday on charges of distributing child pornography.
The U.S. Senate approved Thursday the proposed expansion of the U.S. Navy’s Fallon Range Training Complex.
Nevada’s congressional delegation finalized an agreement that will expand the complex, put land into conservation and give Native American tribes funding and land.
About 2,400 servicemen were killed in the bombing, which launched the U.S. into World War II.
Volunteers handed out free Thanksgiving meals at a complex that houses formerly homeless people.
Agents from the U.S. Air Force, FBI raid two homes owned by webmaster of Area 51 fan site.
Three Civil War veterans were honored on Veterans Day for the first time at their final resting place on land they once owned in North Las Vegas.
Military honors were given and tears were shed during the memorial service for Ed Hall, 99, the last-known survivor of Pearl Harbor in Nevada.
The parade started on Fourth Street and Gass Avenue and went from the south end of downtown to the northern point, with spectators lining the entire route.
UNLV’s Military and Veterans Support Center, which helps student veterans transition to campus life, recently had its 10th anniversary.
The Nevada Department of Education announced Wednesday that five schools have received the designation for supporting military-connected children.
Ed Hall, who died at 99, was just a fresh-faced 18-year-old in the U.S. Army Air Corps when Japan launched a surprise attack on U.S. forces.
The former longtime military reporter, who turned 70 this month, died Thursday in Las Vegas. His journalism career spanned four decades.