It’s strange that the showgirl should remain the symbol of Las Vegas when only a couple of dozen remain here. (Even America’s bald eagles number in the thousands.) That’s why our list of the top 10 Las Vegas showgirls of all time leans so heavily on the past.
After suffering his concussion with a hit that knocked off his helmet in a three-team scrimmage Aug. 21, David used rest to recover under the watchful eye of his mother, Patricia.
A young bride and groom exchanged their vows in the cockpit of a whirlybird as they hovered 1,000 feet above the Strip’s bright glow.
Democratic Rep. Dina Titus and Republican challenger Joe Heck got a chance to talk face-to-face Saturday about issues facing voters in Nevada’s 3rd Congressional District and to get beyond the 30-second political ads that have thus far defined the campaign.
The Federal Highway Administration is having a party Saturday to give the public a chance to to wander atop the Mike O’Callaghan-Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge before traffic begins flowing across the spectacular $240 million span later this month.
Mike Myers — the longtime Las Vegas fire department employee, not the killer from the “Halloween” franchise or the former “Saturday Night Live” player — initially had the Las Vegas City Council’s full support as the city’s next fire chief.
Nevada gaming revenues jumped 11.5 percent in August, reversing a five-month slide and giving Las Vegas’ largest casino operators a boost on Wall Street.