Besieged by tourists, the Utah park 160 miles northeast of Las Vegas is considering implementing a system that would require visitors to obtain reservations to get in.
A $5 million federal grant will help pay for the expansion of two North Las Vegas parks.
While most yoga classes feature conventional poses such as downward-facing dog or the warrior pose, Wednesday’s yoga class at Spring Mountain Ranch State Park featured a new pose called the “super mommy.”
Saturday was free fishing day across the state, the one day a year when anyone was free to catch their limit without a fishing license.
Attendees also can participate in attempt to set world record for most life jackets worn on one day.
LVL Up Expo celebrated different fandoms for a weekend of shopping, competition and dress-up at the Cashman Center. “We’re trying to reach every inch of the fandom and nerd culture out here and just bring it all together,” co-founder Colten Pipkin said.
Maybe it just comes with having to live in a desert, but we Southern Nevadans know how to summer in style.
Knife throwers competed over the weekend during the three-day U.S. Nationals Pro/Am Knife & Tomahawk Championship at the Superhero Foundry in Las Vegas.
On Sunday, about 100 people and a few dogs took a walk on the wildflower side down the Ash Grove Trail. The mile-and-a-half-long trail took people past a native grove of trees and a wash and into a sea of colors.
Starting Saturday, visitors will have an extra hour to enjoy the scenic loop at Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area.