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The High Roller in Las Vegas soars 550 feet high. Each capsule on the observational wheel can hold up to 40 people.
A view of Las Vegas, as seen from inside the High Roller observational wheel.
The canopy suspended over Fremont Street in downtown Las Vegas lights up at night for a sight and sound show.
Slotzilla is a zip line ride on Fremont Street in downtown Las Vegas. Thrill seekers can choose the lower line at 77 feet off the ground or the higher line at 114 feet in the air.
The High Roller in Las Vegas soars 550 feet high. At night, it lights up and offers spectacular views of the city.
Diners at Hofbrauhaus in Las Vegas hoist their beer-filled steins in celebration of the keg being tapped by "The Mentalist" Gerry McCambridge on Oct. 10.Hofbrauhaus: Kitty corner from reputed party spot Hard Rock Cafe is Hofbrauhaus, with an arguably louder and more festive vibe. Styled as a…
A view from inside a High Roller capsule at the start of the ride shows how other passengers load into the pods. The High Roller in Las Vegas is an observational wheel that reaches heights of 550 feet.
A ceiling covering above a bar inside the SLS Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas changes patterns .
The Griddle Cafe inside the SLS Hotel and Casino serves behemoth portions. Pictured is the Peanut Bubba Crunchy French Toast, thick French toast dipped in a peanut butter crunch and grilled, then topped with a glob of fresh vanilla whipped cream and powdered sugar.
When you're rocketing through the sky face-down along a zip line 114 feet in the air at speeds that would get you ticketed in a school zone, there are two things going through your mind.
Editor's note: This is the third in a four-part series about fear.
Las Vegas is a shape-shifter.
I plopped my overstuffed polka dot purse on the counter and walked through the metal detector.
Editor's note: This is the second in a four-part series about fear.
Instead of asking for Elsa and Anna dolls or Iron Man action figures for their birthday, more children are requesting paper towels, bleach, peanut butter and lots of pet food.
Editor's note: This story is part of an occasional series about loss.
It's no mirage. Region folks who crave authentic Mediterranean food can get their fill of falafel and freekeh at The Mirage Grill.
Long ago, I relinquished the basement bathroom to the spiders.
To fans of coconut oil, the jar holds more than white, buttery goodness.
A rainbow-headed clown in floppy red shoes twisting a balloon into the shape of a dog is amusing to some people. But others see that red nose, and their hearts pound, they feel faint or dizzy and their instinct tells them to run.
A new walking tour of the Crown Point Square may have people seeing spirits as they drink spirits.
As a boy, he lay outside, staring at the vastness of the black sky, the stars and the moon. He wondered what was out there and wanted to explore.
There are memes going around the Internet about pumpkin spice lattes.
Indiana State Health Commissioner Dr. William VanNess continues to beat the drum on the state's startling infant mortality rate and its causes.
The State Department of Health on Wednesday released an annual report detailing medical errors at sites throughout Indiana.
I was sitting with a friend in a Merrillville restaurant Sunday morning when a hearse passed by the window. A line of squad cars followed.
From man caves and tattoos to on-field weddings and pets named after players, football fandom in the region runs strong, whether you bleed blue and orange, blue and white or green and gold. We asked for some of the most die-hard football fanatics around, and you answered.
Autumn. How sweet it is.
GARY | Eight Tibetan monks sat cross-legged on a floor around a cobalt blue square mat where cups of rainbow-colored sand sat on trays.
MUNSTER | In the tubs full of blue oval name tags with yellow lettering, there are Jens, Brandons, Steves and Carls. But, there are no Deletas.
An industrial whirring has unseated the jack-in-the-box ice cream truck jingle as the new favorite summer sound.
Impersonating one of the most famous entertainers of all time is more than wearing a lookalike signature sequined glove and pairing white socks with black pants and shoes.
Nearly 800 miles separate Schererville from New York City, but a piece of debris from a day that changed America connects the two communities.
GARY | Hospital officials and community leaders on Monday celebrated Methodist Hospitals Northlake campus' designation as an in-process Level III trauma center, with some calling for the hospital to pursue an even higher level of care.
Region residents bugged by mosquitoes won't see relief for a couple more weeks.
I was on a mission for a hot pretzel and ended up in a hurricane.
HAMMOND | Employees at Horseshoe Casino now have access to health care without stepping foot off the boat.
We had our theories.
Some bad decisions can be erased.
Corn, soybeans and wheat have dropped in price nationally, while rainfall in the Region has led to inconsistency among local crops.
Signs of economic recovery could lead to a drop in higher education enrollment.
Local consumers are spending with caution, and for good reason, said Connie Kann, area director of the Better Business Bureau.
Business interest in Northwest Indiana is growing, a sign of good things to come, said Rex Richards, executive director of the Valparaiso Chamber of Commerce.
More capital expenditures and more hiring is anticipated in local government over the next six months, as municipal leaders face ongoing broader issues that have local impact.
Limited supply has driven up the cost of meat, with no expected drop in the near future.
The likelihood of donors getting a paper cut as they prepare to give blood has dropped significantly, as donation centers rely more on electronic registration.
When I was little and we played Duck, Duck, Goose, I would sit there, cross-legged and wincing, praying I wouldn't be tapped the next "goose" as a classmate walked around the circle.
WHITING | Once a movie palace known for silent films, the Hoosier Theatre is now fitted with equipment to make the sights and sounds of Hollywood pop.
GARY | The sickest, most injured patients in Northwest Indiana no longer will be transported out of state or the area for immediate care.
LIBERTY TOWNSHIP | Local patients affected by a recent cyber attack will be offered free identity theft protection, after their personal information was compromised.
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