Las Vegas is packed with tourists in the summer, is the filming location for iconic movies and gets about 80 inches of snow each year.
Denver-based Frontier Airlines, known for its deep discounts, will expand its Las Vegas schedule this summer with 16 new weekly year-round flights to four cities.
Nearly four decades after Elvis sang his last tune, his legacy got a $45 million boost with the Thursday opening of a major new attraction at his Graceland estate.
Low-cost carrier Norwegian Air Shuttle is promising to boost traffic at smaller airports on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean when it starts service to Europe this summer from Rhode Island, Connecticut and New York.
It starts with a familiar robotic voice booming from Disneyland’s speakers. Fans shuffle onto the sidewalk by the Matterhorn Bobsleds where the parade begins, around the Walt Disney and Mickey statue in front of the Cinderella Castle, and down Main Street.
Arizona Snowbowl, just outside Flagstaff, has been around for 78 years, but these days it feels like a new place.
A record year for visitation at Zion National Park has continued through the holiday season despite snow and poor road conditions.
Look west from the Las Vegas Valley these days and you’ll see winter has arrived: Mount Charleston has snow.
Lava Hot Springs is far below freezing — until you dip into the water.
Eric Klein is settling into his new life in L.A., even if Las Vegas is still technically his home. Klein is former executive chef at Spago, Wolfgang Puck’s local flagship restaurant. Three months into his new job, Klein is managing Puck’s Los Angeles-based catering division, running his celebrity chef boss’ most star-studded activities.