Much like people, snakes are eager to explore desert as weather warms.
More than 100 airline flights were canceled Thursday at McCarran International Airport amid a shutdown triggered when an air traffic controller tested positive for COVID-19.
The air traffic control tower in Las Vegas was shut down after an air traffic controller potentially tested positive for COVID-19. It apparently was being cleaned overnight.
Las Vegas-based Allegiant Travel Co. said over the weekend it will close Sunseeker Resort Charlotte Harbor’s preview center for two weeks starting Monday.
The incident occurred last week on a flight from Las Vegas to Boise, Idaho. Flight records show that the pilots began a rapid, 6-minute descent from 39,000 feet to 22,000 feet.
Las Vegas may be the entertainment capital of the world, but you’ll find unique attractions in St. George, like an outdoor amphitheater, art village and cooking school.
Portable solar power banks, compatible with smartphones, cameras, laptops and radios, are great for camping, hiking and other overnight wireless getaways.
Although the coronavirus outbreak is leading to some airlines slashing route schedules, passenger traffic Thursday morning was moderate at McCarran International Airport.
Superfans of the “Avengers” will soon get to live out their Superhero dreams at Disneyland when the Avengers Campus opens at Disney California Adventure at Disneyland Resort on July 18.
Allegiant’s no change fee offer has led to a high volume of calls to their customer service line as various occasions are being affected by the coronavirus outbreak.
March is a good time for this trip, before the heat intensifies and while there’s a chance to see wildflowers.
Clark County commissioners approved station plans for the long-talked about Las Vegas-to-Southern California high-speed train project.
Flights between Las Vegas and South Korea are set to be suspended next week due to ongoing concerns regarding the coronavirus outbreak.
Amazon.com is the latest company to encourage employees to curb their travel plans following the spread of COVID-19.
The new year got off to a soaring start for Las Vegas’ airport surpassing the 4 million passenger mark in January for the first time.