Clifford Smith later learned he had followed an ingrained family tradition: More than 30 family members have served in the military dating back to the Revolutionary War.
Briana Erickson covers homeless and veterans’ issues for the Review-Journal. A proud “Florida Woman” living in the desert, she centers her reporting around people living in the shadows.
Thirteen employees out of a total of about 30 working at the 24/7 shelter and resource center for the homeless have been terminated and replaced since January.
The Shade Tree, a nonprofit North Las Vegas domestic violence shelter for women and children, has undergone $2.5 million in renovations.
A year removed from living on the streets of Las Vegas, Army veteran Ronald Cochran kept to his usual routine last week on the morning he was to take another big step in his comeback — his first day of work in seven years.
To kick off Mental Health Awareness Month, held in May, health professionals from a variety of disciplines are hosting an open discussion for residents.
The VA Medical Center in North Las Vegas plans a town hall and festival this weekend for veterans and their families.
Veteran Ana Martinez, who just a couple of years earlier had been living out of her car, had the key to her new Las Vegas home, and now it was time for one more thing Friday morning. The brand-new American flag, still bright and shiny and creased from packaging.
Decorated 97-year-old World War II fighter pilot Clarence “Bud” Anderson made an appearance Thursday at Nellis Air Force Base.
After a good week of fundraising, 96-year-old Onofrio “No-No” Zicari of Las Vegas is set to return to France’s Normandy coast, where he endured the worst hours of his life.
On the night of the Route 91 Harvest shooting, William King shielded his girlfriend with his body, taking a bullet in his back. On Friday, the two exchanged vows in Henderson.
Approximately 800 veterans attended the 2019 Veterans Stand Down at Big League Dreams Park in Las Vegas. The event on Wednesday offered a variety of services and resources.
Instead of approving a bill to increase taxes and fees to pay for homeless services in Clark County, the Legislature last week amended it to require the county and its municipalities to work together for a solution.
Las Vegas attorney and former NSPCA board member Tina Walls filed a complaint March 29 with the state attorney general’s office, accusing the organization’s former president of misusing shelter funds.
At 96, Onofrio “No-No” Zicari is finally ready to return to the spot where he spent the worst hours of his life.
Las Vegas police are investigating a motorcycle crash that left a wheelchair-bound pedestrian dead in the central valley Friday night.