This Wednesday, Feb. 25, 2015 photo shows simple and bedazzled suits once worn by Elvis, many while performing on-stage in Las Vegas displayed at the Westgate Las Vegas Hotel, originally the International Hotel in Las Vegas, Nev. The costumes are expected to be among the memorabilia straight from his Graceland home in Memphis, Tenn. It’s part of a partnership between Graceland and the Westgate Las Vegas to establish a permanent exhibit and revive the Elvis concert experience in the showroom where the icon once performed. (AP Photo/ Kimberly Pierceall)

“We walk into everything with ‘what would Elvis want,” said Joel Weinshanker, managing partner of the company that has owned a majority of Elvis Presley Enterprises since November 2013. “Absolutely positively, he would want to be back in Vegas.”

FILE - This March 12, 2013 file photo shows the US Bank Tower in downtown Los Angeles. From towering basketball legend Wilt Chamberlain’s hillside home to downtown’s towering US Bank building, Los Angeles is putting all its landmarks online. Officials gathered Tuesday, Feb. 24, 2015 to roll out a new website called (AP Photo/Richard Vogel, File)

“A city of the future has to be built on the past, and it has to be built on a past that is preserved,” said James Cuno, president and CEO of the J. Paul Getty Trust, which oversees The Getty Conservation Institute, which began the study in 2000.

FILE - In this March 10, 2012 file photo, people hang out on the beach during spring break in Cancun, Mexico. The beach resort remains a top destination for American spring-breakers seeking an escape from winter. (AP Photo/Israel Leal, File)

The winter in Ithaca, New York, has been so rough that all Noah Zheutlin can do is joke about it. “Snow almost every day and temperatures low enough to freeze an egg on the sidewalk,” said the Ithaca College student. “I have more degrees than the weather and I haven’t even graduated yet!”

In this photo taken Feb. 11, 2015, Rep. Jeff Denham, R-Calif. poses with Lily, his 15-pound French bulldog in his office on Capitol Hill in Washington. It all began with Lily, a 15-pound snowball of a French bulldog with dark mahogany eyes, a wrinkly nose and a penchant for jumping on furniture and laps so that she can get closer to her many human visitors. She and her owner, Rep. Jeff Denham of California, take the occasional coast-to-coast plane ride together. But when he tried to take her on Amtrak a couple years back, he learned that only service dogs were allowed aboard. It's a policy he's been trying to change ever since, and he appears to be gaining momentum.  (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)

“It’s been wildly bipartisan,” Denham said of his proposal. “Members that have pets have a particular interest, but certainly we’ve picked up more and more support across the country.”

FILE - In this Jan. 28, 2005 file photo, Dutch tourist Carolyn Dorsman, right, rides through the canopy of the tropical forest, as her husband Wim Dorsman, left, and Costa Rican guide Esteban Cedeno, center, look on at the Arenal Volcano near La Fortuna, Costa Rica, north of the capital of San Jose. Zip lining through the Costa Rican rainforest is an extremely popular pursuit among tourists. (AP Photo/Kent Gilbert, File)

“Want to keep going?” I asked him, hoping he’d say no. But he nodded, determined. “Once you start, you have to keep going,” I reminded him — and myself. There was no hiking trail back.