Las Vegas city officials are looking through rose-colored glasses at the brightly hued bus that has shuttled thousands of people among downtown attractions for the past six months.
An expected 330,000 people’s worth of trash. Estimates were not available Monday, but the cleanup to ring in 2017 gathered more than 12 tons of garbage.
The Fremont Street Experience may not have the dramatic fireworks that cap the New Year’s Eve celebration on the Strip, but the party still rocks.
More than 300 Nevada National Guard troops joined the FBI and the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department to keep watch Sunday night as Las Vegas brought in the new year.
Pickleball is an all-ages game that incorporates the strategy and skills of other racket sports but doesn’t require powerful shots to win.
Before driving full-speed into 2018, let’s take a glance in the rearview mirror at some of Southern Nevada’s most intriguing transportation stories of the past year.
A crowd of 330,000 visitors filled the Las Vegas Strip and Fremont Street downtown to celebrate the dawn of 2018. The massive outdoor parties unfolded in the shadow of the Oct. 1 mass shooting that left 58 people dead.
It’s nearly go-time for Las Vegas’ biggest party, welcoming 330,000 out-of-town revelers to celebrate the arrival of the new year on the Las Vegas Strip and downtown.
One of downtown’s most whispered-about openings will finally happen Wednesday, when Esther’s Kitchen welcomes customers for a limited dinner menu.
The big question: Does the carrot juice in this Atomic Liquors cocktail improve your eyesight as it makes it blurry?