Between 1997 and 2011, Best of Las Vegas asked what is the biggest problem is facing Las Vegas. Here are the worst problems faced by the valley over a decade and a half, based on your votes.
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Las Vegas is full of mysteries, even if you’ve lived here your entire life. That said, we want to solve them, so we asked what questions about Las Vegas you’ve always wanted answered. We’ll tackle them one by one in Knowing Vegas.
The immensely popular White Castle burgers are finally finding a permanent home in Las Vegas.
A Reno Gazette-Journal journalist may have missed a couple of local cities during a recent survey of Nevada’s best.
Las Vegas owes much of its early development — the good, the bad and the ugly — to the mob. But how well do you know its history in the city?
When it’s 2 a.m. in a Las Vegas club, there’s one man who’s sober and he played a major role in creating a sea of inebriation. Well, it’s what he’s paid to do. He’s the bartender.
For Las Vegas, the word summer means late April until early October where we have to suffer life-threatening, triple-digit temperatures until we hit that “cool” week of mid-90s before winter.
It seems obvious: Want to prevent hot car deaths in one of the hottest metro areas in the nation? Don’t leave your kids in the car. But it’s more complicated than that.
All states have foods they’re known for, but what about Nevada?
Two-time defending champion Sonya Thomas lost her hot dog eating title Friday to 28-year-old Miki Sudo of Las Vegas, who wolfed down 34 franks and buns in 10 minutes to win the women’s division of the annual Nathan’s Famous Fourth of July Hot Dog Eating Contest at Coney Island.
Barbeque, pool parties, apple pie and all things red, white and blue will take over the nation on Friday as we celebrate our Independence Day.
Struggling to make a Fourth of July playlist for your barbecue? Never fear: Spotify has put together a map showing each state’s most distinctive Fourth of July song.
Welcome to the weird world of cosplay — a place where imagination takes flight and nothing is quite what it seems. And nowadays, weird means absolutely awesome.
Of those trying to get a driver’s license in Nevada, 57 percent fail the written exam. Could you pass the Nevada driver’s license test if you had to take it today?
A map compiled by Business Insider shows the most conservative and liberal city in every U.S. state, based on a survey that asked questions about party affiliation, abortion, global warming, gun control and taxes.
From working 17-hour days to converting his house into a studio, there’s not much Mike Ziethlow won’t do in the name of art.
Take a stab at exactly who was at EDC. Twenty-somethings? Check. Old school ravers? Check. Circus performers? Check. Locals? Not so much.
Sheldon Adelson put Nevada on the map. Well, this map, at least.
Looking for the fountain of youth? Throw out relaxation and retirement and replace them with poolside parties and world travel. That’s exactly what works for this 95-year-old WWII vet.
Despite a common assumption that Nevada is an unfit environment for beginning drivers, a recent Wallet Hub study shows that the Silver State is actually the safest state in the nation.
Hungry for fame or McDonald’s? Watch what happens when a group of unsuspecting locals claw and croon their way to a shot at zombie musical fame, only to find out that none of it was real — except for the hamburgers.
A few months ago, local magician Rob Anderson was contacted by a German tourist named James for a very special performance.
The signage at The Hotel Mandalay Bay is beginning to make way for the new Delano Las Vegas as seen on Friday.