All throughout February, Black History Month is honored. These events are some of the best ways to celebrate Black History Month in Las Vegas.
Today is the last day you can recycle your used cooking oil.
Former President Bill Clinton will discuss the economy and the choice facing Nevadans in the presidential election when he visits Las Vegas on Tuesday afternoon.
It’s summer, and kids just want to have fun. Visit a three-acre botanical cactus garden, or see the snakes at every child’s favorite nature preserve. Opt to go bowling at a neighborhood bowling alley, or enjoy arcade games and thrill rides at an old-time attraction here in town. Whatever the family decides to do in the name of fun, there’s no lack of opportunities to try something new and different when you live in Las Vegas.
It’s no surprise to the locals that Las Vegas is a great place for families come summer. With everything from saltwater shark reefs to secret gardens in the city, air-conditioned options abound when temperatures start to rise. The best spots to spend a summer day boast family friendly memories that’ll last a lifetime.
Take a look at three vendors whose booths you won’t want to miss at the Bet on the Farm! Farmers Market, held every Thursday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Springs Preserve.
As a parent, what can you do to keep your busy while they are out of school? KXNT and Springs Preserve have you covered.
The Regional Transportation Commission is sponsoring three bicycle rides this weekend to celebrate “Bike Month” and promote bicycle safety.
Several hundred local campaign volunteers lined up at the Springs Preserve to hear from First Lady Michelle Obama, some clutching copies of the President’s book, hoping for a proxy autograph from his wife.
A new state museum at the Springs Preserve is ready for visitors, but its future depends on funding.