Fireworks are never legal on Bureau of Land Management and U.S. Forest Service land, but officials with both agencies are advising campers to take extra precautions this Fourth of July weekend.
I’m going to come right out and say it: This is the wine to celebrate Independence Day with.
Minnie Mistretta agrees with fellow Taste of the Town reader Mary Gabriel’s preference for water in 8-ounce bottles.
Mercadito opened last week, serving Mexican food, but with a bit of a difference.
U.S. auto sales grew at a slower pace in June, but a quirk of the calendar, not a lack of demand, was likely to blame.
The Las Vegas Sun has broken off talks to end its longstanding joint operating agreement with the Las Vegas Review-Journal, the Sun reported on its website late Tuesday.
Authorities say a mother despondent over her son’s suicide has killed her two young daughters and herself using suffocating nitrogen gas in an upstate New York home.
A hearing examiner has affirmed the suspension of a Maryland boy who chewed his breakfast pastry into the shape of a gun.
The temperature is rising at a rapid rate in the valley and the the National Weather Service has issued an excessive heat warning for Tuesday and Wednesday.
As the World Cup reached unprecedented levels of popularity the past two weeks in the United States, the question has again arisen: Is this the time Americans finally embrace soccer as a mainstream sport? For thousands of Americans who traveled to Brazil, though, that time came years ago.