Nevada, the country’s 7th-largest state, is full of sites and scenes so few people get to experience in their lifetime. In a beautiful, three-minute timelapse, a lot of these can be seen.
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Your hometown can apparently affect when or even if you’ll get married. In Nevada, home of the “marriage capital of the world,” the numbers are lower than you’d think.
The Las Vegas Strip has become a new animal from how it was in 1950. With more than a dozen properties closed, imploded or transformed, the four-mile strip of road has seen a lot in the last hundred years.
Whether your a Las Vegas resident or a frequent visitor, Downtown Las Vegas can be a bit of a mystery. See how much you know about it.
Although there may be some rain Friday, it’s “Bike to Work Day,” part of a week-long event encouraging bike owners to use take advantage of their two-wheeled transportation instead of their car for the week.
In an average year, Las Vegas gets about 4.19 inches of rain — for the entire year. In case you weren’t aware, that’s not much, but it does cause a lot of problems between flash floods and slick roads from oil buildup.
Of nearly 150 airports around the world nominated, the view flying into Las Vegas was ranked No. 2. It’s no doubt Las Vegas is as stunning from the ground as it is in the air, and one advantage is McCarran’s location.
When the Stratosphere hotel-casino-tower was being built in 1995, it didn’t require a very clever marketing scheme. It was pretty hard to miss, standing at more than 1,000 feet tall in the center of the city.
In a ranking of the states drinking the most soda, Nevada came in third, just behind Tennessee and Mississippi, but why?
The League of American Bicyclists released its annual Bicycle Friendly State ranking on Monday to kick off the first day of National Bike to Work Week. The rankings are based on surveys completed by state transportation departments and bicycling advocates that assess progress in five categories (PDF): legislation and enforcement, policies and programs, infrastructure and funding, education and encouragement, and evaluation and planning.
As the “Rs” were pulled from the Riviera’s door and the “Crazy Girls” butts were removed, Las Vegas lost a major part of its history, like the Stardust and New Frontier before it. So here are some ways to get old school in Vegas.
Now that the “royal baby” name has finally been revealed as Charlotte, Google has released the most searched for baby names over the past year, and some are pretty interesting.
Major resort closings always brings out the nostalgia in Vegas, leading to calls for a return to “the good ‘ol days,” where “Vegas was really Vegas.” So, along with that nostalgia, here are some other things you can no longer experience in Las Vegas.
If you grew up in Clark County, you’re most likely going to be better off as far as income goes compared to Nye or Mohave counties, according to a new study.
how-old.net will guess anyone’s age based on a photo. Do you know Vegas celebrities better than the algorithm?
Despite the sweltering heat, Nevada was named the sixth best state for a summer road trip, for the drive from Las Vegas to Reno. Here are some places to see on the 450-mile journey.
When it comes to raising a family, many have different opinions about Nevada’s two major cities of Las Vegas and Reno.
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.
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