LAS VEGAS (AP) – Las Vegas tourism officials say 40 million people have visited the destination in 2014, breaking an all-time record for the gambling and entertainment hub.
The mercury soared past the century mark across much of northern Nevada, shattering records in a number of places and reaching 108 degrees in Lovelock.
Meow can’t help but waddle. He’s one super-sized cat.
The power is back on in Las Vegas after a thunderstorm downed utility lines and dumped a record amount of rainfall on the Strip, prompting a pair of water rescues.