The Stratosphere Hotel & Casino, the brainchild of the late Bob Stupak, is about to celebrate its 20th anniversary.
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If Las Vegas was ever given the chance to name one of its icons as the new face of a note or coin, who would you choose to represent the city?
With millions of travelers coming to Las Vegas each year — 84 percent of whom are repeat visitors — the city has mastered a few things over the years. Here are 8 things Las Vegas does better than anywhere else.
Would-be Las Vegas visitors now have innovative ways to explore the city before they even make their first reservation. Here are five ways to explore Las Vegas from afar.
Nevada is home to some of the quietest spaces in the country, according to an analysis by the National Park Service. On detailed soundscape maps produced by the agency, much of the Silver State scarcely registers for either human-caused noise or the background buzz of nature.
Using data from the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority’s annual report, check out the graphic below to see the characteristics of a typical Las Vegas visitor last year.
We take a look at some of the worst-named arena in the U.S., as well as sharing what our Facebook fans suggested for names, if not the T-Mobile arena.
The rivalry between the University of Nevada, Las Vegas and the University of Nevada, Reno runs deep. And it will probably never, ever end.
In addition to the Review-Journal, which began operations in 1909, there have been several establishments that have weathered the storm and become staples in the Las Vegas Valley.
Nevada loves to talk about guns on Instagram.
With millions of visitors flocking to Nevada each year, it’s not a surprise that unusual myths and urban legends get started about the state.
Here are 10 hikes near the Las Vegas Valley to take advantage of on Nevada Moves Day — or any day you just feel like getting outdoors and being active.
“What happens here, stays here” is known around the world as Las Vegas’ motto, thanks to the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority, and now a recent report confirms that the opposite is true, nothing really stays in Las Vegas — especially on Instagram.
Are you searching for a job? If you live in Nevada, a new study suggests you may have some extra competition if you’re applying for bus driver positions, as it was found to be the most Google-searched occupation in the state.
If you’re a woman, a new ranking suggests you may not want to live in Nevada, as the Silver State ended up near last for how friendly it is to women.
It’s evident that presidential hopefuls shell out a relatively exorbitant amount of money campaigning for office. But how much money do the candidates get from contributions?
The asphalt runway stretches for a mile on Yucca Flat, deep in the Nevada National Security Site about 80 miles northwest of Las Vegas.
The federal government owns more land in Nevada than any other state. Here's which counties in Nevada the government owns the most land.
A busy 2015 at Lake Mead National Recreation Area helped the park east of Las Vegas vault past the D.C.-area George Washington Memorial Parkway and back into fifth place among the nation's most visited National Park Service sites.
If Facebook likes were an accurate representation of votes in the upcoming presidential election, although Donald Trump would win Nevada's vote, Ben Carson would likely become the 45th President of the United States.
Not only is Las Vegas one of the best places to get married, but it's also a pretty good place to be on Valentine's Day if you're single.
As you might imagine, some pretty wacky stuff crosses my desk on a regular basis, but this one ranked right up there: The Daily Meal, a food and drink "lifestyle site," named the best pie in every state. And Nevada's is pomegranate.
Las Vegas has long been known as the place to either mistakenly marry someone you met the same night or host the wedding of your dreams, but a new ranking puts the city as the second-best to get married.
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