A man died after a drive-by shooting in the east Las Vegas Valley Sunday night, according to Las Vegas police.
One man was taken to a hospital with serious injuries after being shot Sunday night at a New Year’s Eve party in the eastern Las Vegas Valley, according to a tweet from the Las Vegas Fire Department.
Nearly three months after the Oct. 1 shooting, three Summerlin women who survived the event visited the concert venue for the first time, retracing their steps.
J’Anna Hendricks escaped the Route 91 Harvest festival shooting without injury, but still struggles with what she experienced.
Though Chantal McCrorie survived the Oct. 1 shooting without any physical wounds, the Las Vegas woman continues to deal with emotional wounds from that night.
When Christina Gruber found out she would survive her injuries from the mass shooting on Oct. 1., she had two questions for the doctor.
Homicide detectives are investigating the deadly shooting of two hotel security guards Saturday morning.
Summerlin couple has found a new normal and appreciation for every day and, like many other survivors of Oct. 1, that night continues to shape their life, their sense of safety and their daily responsibilities.
Las Vegas residents and identical twins Natalia and Gianna Baca were shot that day but survived the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history.
A suspect in a double homicide told police he shot toward an east-valley townhouse after somebody inside aimed a shotgun at him, according to police documents. Police, however, found no evidence of another gun.