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Thunderbirds Fly Over Las Vegas Strip

Thunderbirds Fly Over Las Vegas Strip


The United States Air Force Thunderbirds put on a show over the Las Vegas Strip Monday.

The flight demonstration team stationed at Nellis Air Force Base flew over the Strip at about 4 p.m. to celebrate the arrival of the contestants for this year's Miss America Pageant.

The pageant is taking place at Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino. 

Candy Shop Cow Disappears, then Reappears in Unusual Spot

Candy Shop Cow Disappears, then Reappears in Unusual Spot

A fixture of downtown Boulder City is now back, but has yet to be placed at its post in front of Grandma Daisy’s Candy & Ice Cream Parlor.

The fiberglass cow that has stood in front of the treat shop at its current location on Nevada Highway and at its former location disappeared sometime after closing Sunday night.

Beth Walker, the owner of the shop, came to work Monday to find the 4-foot tall cow gone. Walker admits she didn’t notice the cow had disappeared at first, so It wasn’t until an employee asked her about the statue that she realized it was missing. After looking for the cow, the team at Grandma Daisy’s decided it had been stolen.

Its whereabouts remained a mystery until Tuesday night. A woman working at Nellis Air Force Base walked out of the mess hall late Tuesday afternoon, and to her surprise, noticed a fiberglass cow near a trash bin. When she heard about the missing Boulder City cow, she went back to the base to get it.

Photographer Seeks Mystery Military Couple


A photograph and video by a Carson City photographer is going viral. The photographer is looking for an Air Force airman she caught on camera proposing to his girlfriend.

Budding photographer Angila Golik was out practicing her favorite hobby the night of July 2 while visiting Washington, D.C. when she spotted a touching scene unfolding at the Washington War Memorial.

Read more in the Huffington Post.