For the last 50 years, Nevada's popularity has surrounded Las Vegas and Reno, but it wasn't always that way. Before gaining statehood, Nevada was a known mining state. Of those towns and cities built for silver digging, few survived — while more than 150 years later, others thrive.
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July is National Park and Recreation Month and a new study celebrated by ranking Las Vegas only 16th on a list of the best and worst cities for recreation.
Las Vegas is one of a few cities who are eating more burgers than everywhere else in the United States — sixth, actually, according to Time Labs and GrubHub.
While the line between “neighborhood watering hole” and “dive bar” is often blurred, residents in all corners of the Las Vegas Valley call on spot theirs.
The map shows Democratic candidate Hilary Clinton has been the most Googled candidate over the last six months, even in most parts of the battleground state Florida, which is home to both Republican candidates Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio.
In Nevada, parades and celebrations litter the state. In Las Vegas, fireworks fly from Strip rooftops and a decades-old parade takes over a small town to the southeast.
Trees covered in shoes, a house made of bottles and a man covered in toilet paper are all some of Nevada’s weirdest roadside attractions.
The High Roller at the Linq, which celebrated its first birthday in March, changed the iconic Las Vegas skyline forever.
Whether a standalone roof-top pool or a dayclub, almost every major hotel-casino on the Strip offers some kind of relief from the sun.
When it comes down to it, growing up in Las Vegas isn’t really that different from anywhere else, but the city does have some quirks.
Each year, tourists from around the country flock to celebrate the Fourth of July in Las Vegas — but it’s a great holiday for locals, too, in all corners of the valley.
Las Vegas celebrated the legalization of same-sex marriage in the only way it knows how: with big, bright lights shining through the night.
Global Beatles Day, founded in 2009, is a day to honor and celebrate the phenomenon and ideals of the Beatles. But how much do you know about their time in Las Vegas?
When planning a trip to Las Vegas, one might come across dozens of expired lists of things to do on your first time in Sin City, — psst, The Rat Pack doesn’t play at the Sands anymore — but the city changes as quickly as the face of a clock.
Some things are constant, year after year, like the moth “invasion” every spring, but Las Vegans tend to forget about it until it happens again, like many elements of summer in Las Vegas.
Consistently ranked one of the top 10 safest cities in the country, Henderson has a knack for providing a contrast to Las Vegas, only a few miles away.
While you can find a variety of helpful tips for your first time in Vegas, like how to stay safe, or how to find the best hotel, there are a few more things you should probably know, too.
Las Vegas ad campaigns are typically memorable, and rarely do they sell the city short. If they were just plain bad ads, it was probably because they’re outddated, which is the case with almost every Las Vegas ad after five years. Here are five cheesy Las Vegas commercials from the past.
While you would probably think buffets are the biggest food trend in Nevada, that’s not quite the case.
When it comes to betting in Vegas, it all comes down to the numbers — how much those cards add up to, how much you’ve won … or maybe how much you’ve lost. Either way, the numbers matter, which is why we want to put you to the test.
To raise awareness about the the extra risks children take during the hot months leading to more “drownings, recreational accidents and falls,” the National Safety Council has made June National Safety Month.
In a breakdown of numbers in a new report, Esmeralda County in Nevada has been, historically, one of the deadliest counties for driving in the nation. Clark County, on the other hand, has been one of the safest.
While “bring the kids” might not be on your Las Vegas to-do list, the city still offers a bunch of family-friendly attractions.