When O.J. Simpson told a parole board last week that he led a “conflict-free life” before going to prison for a bungled Las Vegas heist, he seemed to forget that he had some serious run-ins with the law.
Transport yourself back to 1994. The Mirage and Treasure Island are doing better than anyone could have predicted, so every major casino operator was making plans to open their own integrated resort: the Sands with The Venetian, Circus Circus with Mandalay Bay, Mirage Resorts with Bellagio and Bally’s Entertainment with Paris. Las Vegas was booming […]
Packed jetliners have a hard time taking off when it’s too hot at McCarran International Airport. Soaring summer temperatures cause radiator problems for cars traveling on our local roads. And, bus engines occasionally get overheated.
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The Las Vegas Valley can expect possible thunderstorms early this week before temperatures climb for the weekend, according to the National Weather Service.
Day 33 (July 23) Spend an hour or more at the Summer Garden in the Bellagio — where the new bright and beautiful plantings prove Vegas isn’t just about horrible heat and mighty monsoons!
Nearly 10 years after dayclubs began to take Las Vegas by storm one hotel at a time, they still bedazzle guests with their thumping music, flowing champagne and over-the-top energy.
It’s one o’clock in Las Vegas and Andrew Dice Clay just rolled out of bed. “I’m just getting started,” he said of the rainy summer day — and the second act in his career.
Super League Gaming, an amateur e-sports league, recently expanded into Las Vegas.
Robert Stoldal’s obsession is Nevada history.
On Saturday, the Old Las Vegas Mormon Fort State Park held its annual “Pioneer Day,” a festival celebrating the lifestyle of the settlers who traveled west seeking better lives.