Happy Birthday Las Vegas! City turns 114 years old

Happy Birthday Las Vegas! City turns 114 years old

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LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — Las Vegas is celebrating its 114th birthday today!

On May 15, 1905 the city was founded.

Fremont Street in Las Vegas, NV. Source: The City of Las Vegas

In celebration of the big day, there will be a free screening tonight of a documentary called "Las Vegas the Early Years."

It focuses on the first 20 years of Las Vegas.

The screening is at 7 p.m. at Charleston Heights Arts Center.

You can also watch on the GoVegas app, on your Roku, Amazon Fire and Apple TV platforms.

Do you have a photograph with a sign, monument or part of Las Vegas history that no longer exists? We want to see it! Send your photographs to desk@ktnv.com and we may use it online or on air.

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