A former Navy SEAL has been given an “other than honorable” discharge, two months after he was convicted in Nevada on 13 federal charges related to arms trafficking.
Federal charges have been filed accusing a Nevada Army National Guard member and the owner of a Las Vegas gun shop of conspiring to steal and sell U.S. military items.
Singer Wayne Newton is accepting a $20,000 donation on behalf of a Las Vegas USO group.
LAS VEGAS(CBS) – The United States Air Force has suspended all air training at Nellis until further notice.
LAS VEGAS (AP) – A national association of gay, lesbian bisexual and transgender military personnel plan to host a conference in Las Vegas in October to help formulate strategies to reduce division over sexual orientation […]
Las Vegas’ tourism industry continues to show signs of recovery, but officials warn rising gas prices could reverse the trend.
Officials say southern Nevada residents will see an increase in military flights in the skies over the Las Vegas area for the next three weeks while Nellis Air Force Base conducts Red Flag combat training […]