This time of year, while driving or hiking some of our region’s back roads, you might see a few of these eight-legged desert dwellers out and about.
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority is trying something it’s never tried before — reaching out to potential visitors with humorous Thanksgiving and Christmas TV ads.
Arches National Park boasts the world’s largest concentration of natural stone arches — more than 2,000.
The new three-times-per-week flights launched Sunday, with the maiden flight from Frankfurt Airport arriving to McCarran International Airport to a ceremonial water arch.
The proposed high speed train between Las Vegas and Southern California continues its track toward becoming a reality as the Golden State has approved a $3.25 billion bond request to go toward the $4.8 billion project.
The four-hour, 20-mile railway journey begins in Clarkdale and travels to the ghost town of Perkinsville, snaking along the high banks above the Verde River.
Whether your dream vacation involves trekking through ancient ruins or sunbathing on foreign shores, odds are it doesn’t come cheap. However, there are ways to see the world without spending a bundle.
If you have a taste for adventure and don’t mind brain-rattling washboard roads, head out to Death Valley’s Racetrack, one of the national park’s most famous sights.
With only eight Big Boys left, No. 4014 is the only operating Big Boy train in the world and is still owned by Union Pacific.
Kitty Block, president of the Humane Society of the United States, calls the ban discriminatory and misguided.