When it comes to raising a family, many have different opinions about Nevada’s two major cities of Las Vegas and Reno.
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Las Vegas, Henderson and North Las Vegas all came in toward the bottom on a list of 3,000 major cities ranked by their “walkability,” or how easy it is to walk to nearby anemities.
Whether you’ve lived here a while or you’re new to the Las Vegas Valley, we threw some Clark County facts into a quiz to see if you really know your stuff.
In 2013, women were paid 78 percent of what men were paid — part of a steady, but very, very slow upward trend. In Nevada, according to new a report, things are a little bit better.
Being a “bro” in Clark County means pretty much the same as it does around the rest of the country, but Nevada’s got a lot more of them than most states.
With any large body of water comes questions of what truly lies beneath its surface, and that applies to Lake Mead, too.
A report from dating app Clover said that the No. 1 meeting place for a first date is Starbucks. But meeting for coffee is cliche, so we asked our Facebook fans where they would take someone on a first date in Las Vegas.
Next time you go through McCarran International Airport’s security check, you should check your bins and pockets.
A local won’t think twice about a giant, spinning shoe in the middle of the street like the one on Fremont or a lot where llamas stay for free. But do you know where these things are?
Sure, you can go to the roof of Red Rock Resort or climb Turtlehead Peak in Red Rock for a spectacular view, but unless you can fly, you’re not going to see Summerlin like this.
With more than 253 million cars and trucks on U.S. roads today, it’s a wonder what the most popular car is.
If you think the historic Huntridge Theater or the Moulin Rouge was the first building in Las Vegas, you’re wrong. Way wrong if you thought it was the Flamingo.
With summer fast approaching, those numbers will likely increase. We asked our Facebook fans for their tips and tricks for visiting Las Vegas.
Want to become a UFO hunter? You should probably try going to Lander County.
In case you didn’t already know, Las Vegas is a pretty boozy city — No. 1 of boozy cities, actually.
Between the unincorporated areas of Paradise and Winchester and master-planned communities like Anthem and Summerlin, the borders around the Las Vegas Valley get pretty confusing, but Downtown Las Vegas’ borders really depend on who you ask and in what context.
How would you describe Nevada or Las Vegas in one word? We asked our Facebook fans this question and got more than 400 responses.
Las Vegas is a pretty hipster city, but Clark County came in second to Washoe County for the title of most hipster county on this map.
We know it’s “Sin City,” where we’ve spent millions telling tourists that you can go wild because what happens here, stays here. And you can totally do that, just don’t think you can come believing any of this.
So, you think you know Nevada, huh? Well, do you know how everything got it’s name?
Prime rib, shrimp cocktails, sushi and everything in between — you eat it at Las Vegas buffets, and so do pigs when you’re done.
If you’re looking for luxury at a Las Vegas hotel, you really can’t go wrong with the word “penthouse.”
Ahh, coffee. One of the seven wonders of the world. Okay, that was a lie. But it’s pretty awe-inspiring for those who drink it. We asked our Facebook fans where to get the best cup of joe in town, and here’s what they said.
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