The VA Medical Center in North Las Vegas on Tuesday morning announced a new partnership with the agency’s national telehealth system for intensive care units.
Disorderly conduct and attempted theft charges against Dr. S. Jay Hazan, who grabbed the keys to a shuttle bus after the driver refused to take him straight home from a doctor’s appointment, will be dismissed if he stays out of trouble.
A bipartisan bill to provide incentives for businesses to hire military veterans attending institutions of higher education was filed in the Senate on Tuesday.
The T.H.E. (Total Hair Experience) Salon at the downtown Veterans Village II complex will offer free makeovers, including hair-removal waxing if requested, to all new residents and serve current residents at cut-rate prices.
More than 25 years removed from its humble beginnings, the Edward Kline Memorial Homeless Veterans Fund recently hired its first executive director with an eye toward expanding its reach and impact.
With Red Flag training exercises still underway Friday, Secretary of the Air Force Heather Wilson highlighted one of Nellis Air Force Base’s most important missions: the continued improvement of its training infrastructure.
Inside the nondescript buildings of the Nevada National Security Site location that dot a sprawling parking lot are the peoplewho help ensure the safety, security and deterrent nature of the country’s nuclear weapons stockpile.
The VA Southern Nevada Healthcare System will co-host a Veterans Transition Fair and quarterly town hall meeting Saturday at its location in North Las Vegas.
Michael Yates ,is head of the national Blue Water Navy Association, which helped fund the appeal that led to a federal court victory that will extend the VA benefits to roughly 50,000 who served at sea during the Vietnam War.
It’s not surprising that “Machete Squad,” a graphic novel about Brent Dulak’s experiences as an Army combat medic in Afghanistan, would be intense.