Not only is Las Vegas one of the best places to get married, but it's also a pretty good place to be on Valentine's Day if you're single.
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With 2015 coming to a close, we've taken a look back at 15 of the most memorable news items that occured throughout the year.
Between IKEA building its first Nevada location, preparing for the 2016 presidential election, the end of the Strip's longest-running production Jubilee! and Uber getting up and running, there have been plenty of topics running through the minds of Nevadans throughout the year.
Considering how rapidly Las Vegas changes, there are some experiences in the city that many locals' kids and grandkids will never get to have.
Frank Sinatra left his mark on Las Vegas 100 different ways, and much of the valley will remember those marks on Saturday while celebrating what would have been the singer's 100th birthday.
The Sahara Hotel and Casino nearly made it to 60 years — the same lifespan as the Riviera hotel-casino — before closing in 2011.
Perhaps best known locally for his casino acquisitions and buying the land for the Summerlin master-planned neighborhood, Howard Hughes was a renowned director, casino mogul, engineer and entrepreneur, among other things..
Whether you've lived here your entire life or just recently stopped over, there's definitely something unique about living in Southern Nevada.
Branded as the world's highest roller coaster, the Stratosphere's steel "High Roller" had a near 10-year run on the country's tallest freestanding observation tower.
If Nevada is known for anything beyond Las Vegas and Reno, it's atomic testing.
Downtown Las Vegas was Las Vegas before Las Vegas was technically "Las Vegas," with Fremont Street dating back to 1905. In the 110 years since, the street and surrounding area has seen a lot of change.
It's impossible to miss, even next to the likes of a fire-spitting praying mantis and a park made of storage containers.
Lyrical references and songs about Las Vegas are about as common as anything in music.
Home to the third longest airport runway in the United States, McCarran International Airport also is home to something airports outside of Nevada don't have — slot machines inside the airport.
Since opening its doors in 2012, The Smith Center has welcomed the community to experience all that they have to offer from Broadway plays and weddings, to special events, educational programs and everything in between.
With November more than halfway over, the cooler Las Vegas months are on their way.
Although most world-renown activities or sights in Las Vegas are located on the Strip, some of Sin City's true hidden gems are located off the Las Vegas Boulevard.
In a ranking of the best and worst of 1,268 small cities in the United States, three listed Nevada cities — Carson City, Sparks and Pahrump — finished outside of the top 1,000.
The Las Vegas valley has become the entertainment capital of the world because, among other things, the Strip.
As rapid as a new Las Vegas landmark is constructed, another one is demolished. Memories of those attractions continue to shine bright at the Neon Boneyard Museum.
From dining with lions to escaping a haunted mansion, Las Vegas isn't short on invigorating and offbeat adventures, you just have to know where to look.
With Halloween quickly approaching, it's imperative to be on high-alert for lurking ghouls, ghosts and even werewolves. To help you be on guard from these frightful creatures, FindtheHome ranked the definitive list of werewolf-friendly cities.
If you've visited the Circus Circus hotel-casino in Las Vegas recently, it would be hard for you to imagine what it used to look like and what kind of things happened there.