It's something just about everyone has wondered about at one time or another: Why does something — a cold, the flu, an allergy attack — always seem to hit on the first or second day of a long-awaited vacation?
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How much will a few extra saved minutes be worth when you take to the skies this holiday traveling season?
Heresy, you say? That turkey should be roasted in the oven, in the house? Not according to chefs who say you can prepare the entire meal outdoors.
With Las Vegas being a 24-hour city, many locals might depend on espresso and coffee to keep them running. In honor of National Espresso Day on Monday, here are 12 places to get your caffeine buzz.
The first time Tristin Engels realized her grandpa was a big deal, she was about 8 and on the side of a road in Wisconsin. A flat tire interrupted a drive home from a family fishing trip, and the police officer who pulled over to help her grandfather became starstruck when he learned his name.
There is a definite quality difference between cheap paint and expensive paint.
The Thanksgiving table can be a work of art with a small scale landscape imbued with a few expressions that show off your personal touch.
As cooler weather and shorter days set in, some may feel lethargic and see their drive for work and social activities diminish. Millions of Americans suffer what is often referred to as the "winter blues" this time of year.
First Good Shepherd Lutheran Church and School may be a fixture of Las Vegas' downtown. But that doesn't keep the Rev. Toby Joeckel, senior pastor, from roaming.
Right now, Southern Nevada barbecue is in the midst of an upward trend, and one of the best of the newcomers is Bell's BBQ in Henderson.
Wal-Mart Stores Inc. has decided that Cyber Monday, the biggest online shopping day of the year, should not start on a Monday anymore.
The battle over maintaining life support for a 20-year-old Las Vegas woman continues this week in Reno. It focuses on the question of when is a person considered dead.
Natalia Ruiz, age 10, smiled at numerous cameras while wearing purple and white orchids.
Cruise boats plying Lake Mead and the Colorado River offer daytime sightseeing tours, evening dinner cruises and opportunities for celebrating special events. The Desert Princess on Lake Mead above Hoover Dam and the Celebration on the Colorado at Laughlin are jaunty replica paddle-wheelers reminiscent of Mississippi River steamboats. The USS Riverside is a sleek modern cruiser built to motor upstream from Laughlin under the highway bridge toward Davis Dam.
Finally, the craft beer is flowing at the new Tenaya Creek Brewery site on the edge of downtown Las Vegas.
Santa arrived in style Friday at Opportunity Village in Las Vegas, bringing his entourage via helicopter for a VIP welcoming party.
For many families, Thanksgiving invokes the need to go to a specific family member's house, to have the same foods year after year, and for some, shopping! While there is absolutely nothing wrong with being able to look forward to something so comforting and familiar, it can be good to shake up the usual holiday traditions a little.
If you were thinking about buying yourself a light coat, stop for a minute and take a look at the silhouette that is taking over fall wardrobes: The cape.
Social media can easily lend itself to blurring the line between users' personal and professional lives. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to become a more responsible social media user. Read on to find out how social media can hurt your career and how to avoid social media mistakes.
A Rejuvenice spa reopened Friday after being closed by state officials last month following the death of an employee in a cryotherapy unit at another of the company's locations.
It's easy to forget that Las Vegas is a horse town, peppered with ranch properties though many equine-centric acres have faded away over decades.
Snapchat, maker of a free mobile app that lets users send videos and messages that disappear in seconds, is struggling to gain traction with advertisers, fueling investor concern that its $16 billion valuation isn't justified by a business that hasn't yet shown it has a steady source of income.
Las Vegas will get the first look at what mysterious electric carmaker Faraday Future's eventual product will look like at the Consumer Electronics Show in January. By that time the public should know if that product will be manufactured in North Las Vegas.