The Trump administration has quietly ended a six-year-old ban on selling bottled water at some national parks, which aimed to ease plastic pollution and the huge amount of waste being recycled.
The U.S. Open 8-ball Championships at Griff’s in Las Vegas featured 52 of the top international pool players from 13 countries, including Australia, the United Kingdom, Kuwait, Qatar, Finland and New Zealand.
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.