Hot meals, showers, medical and dental care are just some of the services homeless and at-risk vets can get today and tomorrow as part of the 11th annual Veteran’s Stand Down.
The Department of Veterans Affairs is getting more money to deal with its backlog of disability claims.
An Iraq war veteran and double amputee missed out on a $2,000 prize at a New Mexico State University football game.
Goodwill of Southern Nevada is launching a new effort to help local veterans find jobs.
More than fifty soldiers wounded while serving their country are getting special recognition in Las Vegas.
An Iraq war veteran is now the proud owner of a mortgage-free home. Ignacio Cruz suffered injuries while serving overseas.
On one of the many days Leo Dunson wanted to die, the Iraq veteran put a gun to his temple and pulled the trigger.
The Justice Department sued Home Depot on Thursday, alleging that the home-improvement retailer broke the law by firing an Iraq war veteran and National Guard reservist from a northern Arizona store.
The NAACP in Las Vegas wants a federal probe and the American Civil Liberties Union of Nevada is calling for an independent investigation of a police shooting that killed an unarmed 43-year-old Gulf War veteran behind the wheel of his car in a Las Vegas condominium complex.
Congressman Joe Heck has announced that his office was selected to participate in the House of Representatives’ Wounded Warrior Program.