In Nevada, October 31 isn’t just Halloween. It also marks Nevada Day.
When was the last time you looked down while walking through a casino?
For many longtime Las Vegans, Palace Station is — and, to them, will always be — Bingo Palace.
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.
It’s impossible to miss, even next to the likes of a fire-spitting praying mantis and a park made of storage containers.
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.
Millions of casino chips have been taken out of Las Vegas resorts this year by tourists and local visitors. Hundreds of thousands more expire when a casino, like the Las Vegas Club, closes.
Southern Nevada legend has it that during the five years of Hoover Dam construction, some workers were killed on the job and accidentally buried in the dam’s cement structure.
In all of Clark County’s roughly 40 combined cities and unincorporated communities, only one area is gaming free. Why is gambling illegal in Boulder City?
While many locals will grumble at a few streets that don’t seem to make sense around Southern Nevada, many were named with purpose.