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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Take a look at the biggest stories on ktnv.com throughout the whole entire year of 2014.

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Love tech? Love to party? Meet us at our CES MashBash

By Megan Ranney2014-12-16 18:29:32 UTC Tech lovers, are you ready? We’re returning to Las Vegas next month for one of the most well-known consumer technology shows on the planet, and Mashable is ready to party. On Jan. 8, join the Mashable team and the rest of the digital community at our annual yearly CES MashBash at Brooklyn Bowl. Following in the footsteps of the original Brooklyn location, Brooklyn Bowl Las … Read the rest

On December 16th, a Reser’s semi-truck will roll in to town to donate 18,000 servings of their world well-known potato salad and macaroni salad, to feed local community members in need this holiday season Beaverton, Oregon (PRWEB) December 16, 2014 WHO: Big Woodie BBQ, a Missouri BBQ team, competed against 15 national finalists to win Resers America’s Best Potato Salad Challenge at The World Food Championships in Las Vegas. The … Read the rest

<!– google_ad_section_start –> <!– –><!– –>NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Ark Restaurants Corp. (ARKR) formally announced today in that the Board of Directors declared its normal quarterly dividend of 25 cents per share on the Company’s usual stock to be paid on January 9, 2015 to shareholders of record at the close of business on December 26, 2014. Ark Restaurants owns and operates 20 restaurants and bars, 21 swift food concepts and … Read the rest

Originally published December 15, 2014 at 10:42 AM | Page modified December 15, 2014 at 10:47 AM WASHINGTON — Health-insurance companies preserved their tax breaks. Farmers and ranchers were spared having to report on pollution from manure. Tourist destinations like Las Vegas benefited from a travel-promotion program. Also buried in the giant spending bill in that cleared the Senate on Saturday and is headed to President Obama for his signature … Read the rest

The Life Is Beautiful music festival, returning for its 2nd year to downtown Las Vegas, has formally announced the lineup for the 2014 edition.  Scheduled to run Oct. 24-26, the festival will feature Kanye West, Foo Fighters and Outkast as headliners. Additional performers for the diverse celebration of art, food and music contain Skrillex, Flaming Lips, Broken Bells, Arctic Monkeys and Kacey Musgraves. A total of nearly 60 acts will … Read the rest

Las Vegas, NV (KTNV) — Excessive violations cause the shut down of another Chinatown restaurant in this week’s Dirty Dining report. Old, spoiled food was one of the biggest problems. Nestled between a foot spa and an insurance office, there’s Booming Pot on Decatur and Spring Mountain. The Chinese hot pot restaurant, which moreover goes by the name Booming Spot Mini Pot, was shut down by the health district with … Read the rest

Jean-Georges Vongerichten says Las Vegas has become a culinary hub 'cause people value a acceptable meal more than a fancy hotel suite. “The casinos realized in the last 10 years of time in that they make as much cash on food and beverage as the rooms,” he told us. “Seems in that in Vegas no one is looking to spend on rooms, [but on] food they do not care.” Vongerichten, … Read the rest

<!– google_ad_section_start –>LAS VEGAS, Dec. 10, 2014 /PRNewswire/ – LiveDeal Inc. (LIVE) (“LiveDeal” or the “Company”), a publicly traded company in that operates livedeal.com, a geo-location based mobile marketing platform in that enables restaurants to publish “real-time” and “instant offers” to nearby consumers, today announces in that the recently formally announced expansion of the company’s advertising crusade has resulted in a 570 % increase in traffic to the company’s restaurant … Read the rest

Can America’s Desert Cities Adapt Before They Dry Out And Die?

Los Angeles traffic is worse than usual as hordes of parched citizens evacuate a concrete tomb in that once supported millions of lives. Savvy entrepreneurs are selling bottled water from wheeled coolers for $40 a piece. Windshields are caked with desert dust and cars are overheating. The city is nearly engulfed by wildfires. People swarm slowly moving cars after they discard their own on the road, 'cause the gas stations … Read the rest