Carson, a black Labrador retriever plows into a snowbank, sinks his teeth into a red and blue blanket, and yanks a skier into the blinding sunlight at the Lee Canyon ski resort. For the 11-month old pup, it might just seem like some playful fun. But for avalanche dog handlers Michelle and Greg French, it’s serious training that could one day save a life.
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Summer is technically pool season, but several Las Vegas Valley pools are open year-round.
Hundreds of locals and tourists cleared their schedules Friday to celebrate the kickoff of the ski and snowboarding season Friday at Lee Canyon, a ski resort near Mount Charleston.
Owners of popular but politically challenged zoo looking for new homes for menagerie of exotic animals by month’s end.
You can now play “Pac-Man” with your Facebook Messenger buddies. Facebook is adding the option to play games with your contacts on the messaging app beginning Tuesday. You can access the feature in the latest version of the app by tapping a game controller icon.
In an effort to support our troops, numerous Las Vegas-area businesses are rallying to offer military personnel free and discounted access to events and attractions.
At Flipnout, you can bounce, do somersaults, pull out your favorite ninja warrior moves or go into James Bond stealth mode. The Xtreme Las Vegas Trampoline Park opened in the Summerlin area at 4245 S. Grand Canyon Drive, Suite 111, just before Christmas.
“A bouncing baby boy” — for John and Gina Emmons, that phrase took on an amplified meaning as they opened Rockin’ Jump Las Vegas, a new indoor trampoline sports park at 7200 Montessouri St., Suite 160, at the same time they were expecting their third child.
Remember the feeling of riding a bike for the first time? Northwest resident Mike Skoy does.
What exactly is an executive golf course? To find the answer, I turned to Donny Long, director of golf at Golf Summerlin, for his definition of an executive golf course.