Jerome, Arizona's liveliest ghost town, has turned the bust of its mining wealth into a boom of tourism income.
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Once the last refuge of lepers and criminals, one of Brussels' quirkiest neighborhoods teems with vintage furniture sellers, flea markets and linguistic invention.
Long the ugly sister to Florence, Venice and Rome, Italy's business capital Milan is enjoying a renaissance, its once drab skyline coming to life and a new creative vibrancy emerging.
There’s a new jacket that will help you save space and possibly some cash on your next flight (and a bunch of other stuff, too).
Living in Las Vegas provides ample opportunities for outdoor escapes that are just a few short hours (sometimes shorter) away, and one of my personal favorites is Zion National Park in southern Utah.
McCarran International Airport, one of two airports in the world to have slot machines, started out serving a few thousand people in the late 1940s, growing to 1 million in 1959 and now serving over 40 million travelers as one of the busiest airports in the U.S.
With cobblestone streets and no traffic lights, San Miguel de Allende has the look of a sleepy Mexican town. But behind the colonial-era facades it hums with cultural activity
Archaeologists say they have uncovered traces of larger stone monuments less than 2 miles from Stonehenge.
Sen. Harry Reid debuted new eyewear last week, a milestone for the Nevadan dealing with the aftermath of severe facial injury.
A man is dead and a woman and man were seriously injured in a single-vehicle crash Friday night at the Las Vegas Convention Center, Las Vegas police said.
Another legal battle has erupted in the wake of musician B.B. King's death. King's tour manager, Las Vegas resident Myron N. Johnson, filed a defamation lawsuit Thursday against three of the blues legend's daughters.
With all those enclosed spaces, recirculated air and non-stop streams of people, airports and planes are prime breeding grounds for bacteria. But which surfaces are the dirtiest of all? Website Travelmath.com sent a microbiologist to take 26 samples from five U.S. airports and four flights by two major carriers -- although it didn't specify which ones.
— Clark County Aviation Director Rosemary Vassiliadis announced that seven gates in the D concourse are going to be opened for international use with a tunnel to be built connecting those gates with the U.S. Customs and Border Protection facility in Terminal 3. The $51 million project is scheduled for completion in early 2017.
College football turned into a religious experience Saturday for Las Vegas public relations executive Melissa Warren and family members.
Typical summer weather is coming back to the Las Vegas Valley, the National Weather Service said. The weather will continue to warm up into Monday with a 98-degree high and a 79-degree low.
Clustered between Madagascar and the southeast coast of mainland Africa lies a secret paradise: the Comoros Islands. With its crystalline blue waters and white sand beaches, it is a true natural beauty that remains largely untouched by tourism.
Even when it makes no logical sense, we are still haunted by the idea that we should be doing something else when we're on vacation.
Denali and other natural wonders that have stood on the North American continent for millennia were named for European explorers, American presidents and others, even though they had been named by Native American nations thousands of years earlier.
For those who love it, whitewater stand-up paddleboarding -- or whitewater SUPing -- holds a powerful allure. For some, it brings a big thrill with a little less risk.
A Muslim flight attendant says she was suspended by ExpressJet for refusing to serve alcohol in accordance with her Islamic faith.
Southern Nevada imports a lot from California. We can count on the Golden State for tourists, relocating residents, expanding businesses — and stubbornly high gasoline prices.
One person is dead after a two-vehicle crash in the southwest valley Saturday night, according to Las Vegas police.
Austria and Germany threw open their borders on Saturday to thousands of exhausted migrants from the east, bussed to the frontier by a right-wing Hungarian government that had tried to stop them, but was overwhelmed by the sheer numbers of people.