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DA Wolfson joins prosecutors in urging ‘common sense’ gun laws

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.

 
Las Vegas shooting survivors ask, ‘What about us?’

A group of about 150 survivors of the Oct. 1 Route 91 Harvest Festival shooting delivered a recurring message Tuesday: “What about us?”

Fund will maintain Healing Garden created after Las Vegas shooting

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.

Senate hearing on gun accessories delayed to examine reporting to FBI

A Senate hearing on firearm accessories like those used in the Las Vegas Strip shooting has been delayed to examine enforcement of reporting to the FBI database — an issue at the heart of the church massacre in Texas.

Pence travels to Texas to comfort families after church shooting

Vice President Mike Pence arrived here Wednesday to meet with wounded survivors of a church massacre and pay respects to the families of parishioners who died in the worst mass shooting in the state’s history.

Nevada gets low marks for inmate health spending

State spending on inmate health care in Nevada is among the lowest in the U.S., according to a national Pew study recently released.

ACLU sues Nevada over indigent defense in rural counties

A civil rights organization filed a class-action lawsuit Thursday against the state of Nevada, alleging systemic failures in its public representation of defendants who cannot afford lawyers.

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