The city of North Las Vegas and the Veterans Club of Sun City Aliante honored World War II fighter pilot Jim Parker, 97, on Saturday, declaring June 29 “Jim Parker Day.”
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.
William “Bill” Caron, the new director and CEO of the VA Southern Nevada Healthcare System, will oversee delivery of health care to 63,000 veterans.
Nevada Army Guard Sgt. 1st Class David Gallagher was remembered as fit, courageous and dedicated at a memorial service Friday at the Clark County Armory.
The Clark County Commission voted Tuesday to allocate more than $6.1 million in marijuana fees toward adding additional rapid re-housing beds.
The Las Vegas Rescue Mission is beginning a fundraising drive to renovate its facility serving the homeless, beginning with its shelter for women and children.
Onofrio “No-No” Zicari traveled to the D-Day commemoration in search of closure, never imagining that he would deliver that precious commodity to a fallen comrade’s family.
The new law builds on earlier legislation intended to reduce wait times at VA facilities by allowing veterans to see private doctors in their communities in some situations.
The fair will be held Monday and Tuesday at the North Las Vegas VA Medical Center, 6900 North Pecos Road, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Hundreds gathered at the Elks Lodge Las Vegas on Thursday to honor local World War II veterans and commemorate the 75th anniversary of D-Day.
Barry Hartman, 72, is in France, following the path traveled by his father, Army cameraman Burton “Bud” Hartman, 75 years ago when the Allies landed in Normandy.
Maj. Gen. Peter Gersten was removed as the commander of the Air Force Warfare Center.
The Living Grace home four women share through the Henderson nonprofit has been completely upgraded, thanks to an $87,400 donation raised by HomeAid Southern Nevada.
The second annual Operation Battle Born Ruck March, which began in Carson City on May 17, ends at the Southern Nevada Veterans Cemetery in Boulder City on Monday.
Freshman Democratic Rep. Susie Lee, who sits on the Veterans Affairs committee, held a discussion with a group of women veterans Saturday in Las Vegas.