The eight-day march will cover more than 370 miles, ending near Fernley in Northern Nevada. About 170 veterans and residents are expected to participate.
Military explosives that fell off a vehicle in northwestern North Dakota on May 1 remain missing.
Nuclear scientist for Los Alamos National Laboratory helped plan more than 300 nuclear explosions beneath the desert northwest of Las Vegas beginning in the 1960s.
The Veteran’s Affairs Southern Nevada Healthcare System in partnership with the Elizabeth Dole Foundation hosted a baby shower on Monday, May 7, 2018, at the North Las Vegas Veterans Affairs Medical Center.
The Bureau of Land Management is gathering public input on plans to more than triple the size of the Navy training range near Fallon by cutting off public access to almost 770,000 acres of federal land.
Global military spending rose to $1.739 trillion last year, a 1.1 percent increase on 2016, a Swedish arms watchdog said Wednesday.
An Air Force investigation determined that pilot error caused two fighter jets to crash in September during a training mission at the Nevada Test and Training Range.
Rear Adm. Ronny Jackson withdrew his nomination to become secretary of the Department of Veterans Affairs on Thursday following mounting allegations of professional and personal misconduct that the White House physician called complete false and fabricated.
Thirteen furnished apartments were set aside for low-income veterans with disabilities who are facing the challenges of homelessness. After receiving thousands of applications, Patriot Place filled its 50 apartments quickly.
An F-16C assigned to the 56th Fighter Wing crashed after the plane tried to make an emergency landing Tuesday morning at Lake Havasu City Municipal Airport, Air Force officials said.