Clark County expects to create a database of everyone who attended, worked at and responded to the Route 91 Harvest music festival by early January, Assistant County Manager Kevin Schiller said.
The assignment of seven more officers part time to the controversial 287(g) program is an effort to provide relief to four full-time officers who had previously screened undocumented immigrants at the Clark County Detention Center, police say.
Nevada lawmakers on Thursday moved to replenish a state fund earmarked for protecting visiting politicians. The fund was unexpectedly depleted in the wake of the Oct. 1 mass shooting, which prompted visits from President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence.
Three survivors from the Las Vegas Strip shooting appeared Wednesday at the first congressional hearing on “bump stocks” as a federal agency announced it would review legal classification of the devices following the tragedy in Nevada.
Emergency responders drew praise Wednesday at a Nevada Homeland Security Commission meeting for their heroic work during the Oct. 1 mass shooting outside Mandalay Bay.
The city of Las Vegas will pay the Outside Las Vegas Foundation $50,000 to maintain and manage the Las Vegas Community Healing Garden, built downtown in the days following the Oct. 1 shooting on the Strip.
Clark County District Attorney Steve Wolfson recalled the terror of the Las Vegas Strip shooting Wednesday and joined other prosecutors from American cities who gathered here to push for “commonsense” gun laws.
A group of about 150 survivors of the Oct. 1 Route 91 Harvest Festival shooting delivered a recurring message Tuesday: “What about us?”
State officials are encouraging people who attended the Route 91 Harvest festival on Oct. 1 to apply for assistance from a state program for crime victims.
The city of Las Vegas has launched a Community Healing Fund to maintain the Las Vegas Community Healing Garden and maintain public art created in the wake of the Oct. 1 mass shooting on the Strip.