Death Valley and other parks are getting over $4.5 million of funds from the U.S. Department of Transportation to repair damage from Tropical Storm Hilary.
A well-rounded fitness training program is essential, and it can lead to a healthier, happier you.
The Halloween-themed parade promises new floats and characters for the entire family to enjoy.
A visit to one of the West’s most stunning and heavily visited natural treasures can be filled with joyful and inspiring moments.
The southern Utah resort said it has more than $1 million in capital improvement projects.
The Spring Mountains National Recreation Area remains closed indefinitely because of flooding damage brought on by Tropical Storm Hilary.
The U.S. Forest Service proposed fee hikes for the Spring Mountains the same day Mount Charleston was dealing with flooding from Tropical Storm Hilary.
You’ve probably heard of the vibrant blue waters of Lake Tahoe or the rusty orange rock formations in the Valley of Fire. But you might not have heard about the other gems the most mountainous state in the Lower 48 has to offer.
Why not try yoga during these downward dog days of summer? Local instructor Diane Rosenstein, 72, explains how it nurtures our bodies and minds.
The resort also announced that it will hold a summertime version of its Feel Good fundraiser to help injured athletes.
As municipalities race to keep up with the growing demand for public pickleball courts, the city of Las Vegas is planning a 32-court complex in the northwest.
For anyone needing a Red Rock fix in July or August, a successful approach would include early-bird behavior, heat tolerance, educational ambition and plenty of drinking water.
Allwyn Chao, 79, still gets in three to four games a week. This month, he’s competing in the senior games in Pittsburgh.