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Storm Recap: High Winds Knock Over Four Semi-Trucks And A Small Airplane

The windstorm was hard on not just trees and power lines — it made driving dangerous.
Several semi-trucks on I-15 near St. Rose Parkway flipped like a sailboat on rough water. The I-15 became a parking lot while crews worked to remove the truck. Read More

Rod Stewart Adds Las Vegas Residency Dates In August And September

Last week, Rod Stewart kicked off a new run of Las Vegas performances as part of his ongoing residency at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace, and now, due to “overwhelming demand,” the legendary singer has announced another series of Sin City shows that will take place in the late summer. Read More

Storm Recap: Strong Wind Gusts Wreak Havoc In Las Vegas Valley

Downed power lines, multiple power outages, delayed flights, and uprooted trees are just some of the problems being caused around the Las Vegas valley by high winds. The National Weather Service says strong winds of 35 mph with gusts up to 60 mph are expected Thursday afternoon, with gusty conditions continuing through Friday, especially in northwest Las Vegas. Read More

Backstreet Boys Keep Loyal Fans Happy With Planet Hollywood Residency

They sing. They dance. And oh, how they point. The fingers go out right in the middle of “I’ll Never Break Your Heart.” Even if the Backstreet Boys are stationed at the top of a staircase, the finger carries like a laser beam when they sing, “I’d rather die than live without you.” Read More

Grand Bazaar Shops Debuts Three New Venues: Redneck Riviera, Born And Raised, Giordano’s

There’s been a flurry of activity at Grand Bazaar Shops outside Bally’s Las Vegas in recent months, including the unveiling of three shiny new venues: Giordano’s, Redneck Riviera and the newest offering, Born and Raised. Read More

Gamblers Win – Nevada sports books lost $8.25M on football in January

The house doesn’t always win on football. Nevada sports books lost $8.25 million on football bets in January, according to a monthly revenue report released recently by the state’s gaming control board. Read More

Caesars Properties Begin Charging For Parking

As promised last year, Caesars Entertainment has begun charging for valet and self parking at its Las Vegas properties. Out-of-state customers began paying for parking at the Linq last week, and a Caesars spokesperson said their other properties will also begin charging in the coming weeks. Read More

5 Incredible Only-In-Las Vegas Adventures To Brag About On Your Social Media

Las Vegas is exciting not just for the food, drink, spas and luxury. There are larger-than-life outdoor adventures to revel in just a stone’s throw away. The metropolis is located right in the middle of the stunning Mojave Desert, which offers all kinds of once-in-lifetime opportunities. Read more

Million-Dollar Homes With Lavish Sports Courts In Las Vegas — PHOTOS

When March Madness ends, college basketball fans will be left wanting until next season rolls around. But for an elite few, whose homes are complete with a private indoor sports court, there never has to be an off-season. “The indoor court has been the best,” said Connie Tharaldson, who purchased a home with an indoor court in 2007. “It has been used continuously by our four children and all of their friends.” Read More

Binoculars In Hand, Bird Watchers Enjoy Wetlands Park Las Vegas

By the time spring breaks rolls around, the Las Vegas Valley will be up to its eyebrows in visitors wearing bright colors, making lots of noise, showing off their breasts and getting frisky in public. Some may even hang out long enough to make a nest and lay some eggs. Read More