Two brothers at Bunker Elementary School cried tears of joy Thursday when their National Guardsman dad unexpectedly walked into the gym during a Veterans Day program after a nine-month deployment in the Mideast.
For first time in years, Air Force is sending a fighter jet to fly over the Fourth Street celebration.
Irene Miller was facing eviction after VA moved to collect $26,000 she was wrongfully paid after her husband’s death, but fellow veterans rode to her rescue.
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton campaigned Wednesday in Las Vegas with the hope of spurring Democrats to early vote. And based off Wednesday’s early voting numbers, her efforts were not in vain.
U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren rallied supporters Wednesday afternoon in Northern Nevada, urging them to volunteer and work to elect Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and senatorial candidate Catherine Cortez Masto.
Most of Nevada’s hospitals are struggling to make the grade when it comes to patient safety, according to a new report by a national health-care watchdog that placed the state near the bottom of its rankings.
A survey of policy- and decision-makers by the University of Colorado concludes that the president who takes office in 2017 could face the prospect of Colorado River water supply cuts to Arizona and Nevada in January 2018.
Periodic releases from Glen Canyon Dam mimic the river’s natural flows and deposit sand to protect archaeological sites and create habitat for wildlife and beaches for rafters.