“Changing it to 60 may feel like an entire understanding that’s built up over the last 3 years must change as well,” according to a psychology professor.
“Now I don’t have this weird feeling of being in limbo, wondering where my family fits in all of this,” said the daughter of the 59th victim.
The Vegas Strong Resiliency Center, which opened after the mass shooting, moved into a new space in January. But since the pandemic, everything has shifted online.
The official death toll of the October 2017 shooting excludes two women who died within the past year. The daughter of one victim wonders, “Why isn’t my mom good enough?”
Officials are urging the public to watch the 1 October Sunrise Remembrance ceremony remotely this year, in light of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Las Vegas resident is the second Route 91 Harvest festival shooting survivor to die in less than a year, yet the massacre’s official death toll will remain unchanged.
Thousands of victims of the Oct. 1 mass shooting in Las Vegas and their family members are one step closer to receiving an $800 million settlement from MGM Resorts International.
A California medical examiner has ruled that the woman died from injuries she suffered in the shooting, but Las Vegas police said the official death toll isn’t changing.
Slide Fire Solutions argues that the gunman’s estate — earmarked for the families of the 58 killed — should share in any potential damages against the bump stock manufacturer.
The Nevada Supreme Court should decide whether gun manufacturers can be found negligent in connection with the Las Vegas massacre, a federal judge has decided.