Sen. Bernie Sanders is visiting the Las Vegas Community Healing Garden on Tuesday night for the anniversary of the Oct. 1 mass shooting.
State and county officials are moving forward on a stalled effort to build a memorial commemorating the 1 October shooting victims.
For two consecutive years, Greg Zanis planted 58 handmade white crosses at the Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas sign. But this year, because of safety concerns, the memorial will move downtown.
Plans call for the slated wood wall to be replaced by a more elaborate, permanent remembrance wall dedicated to the 58 victims of the Oct. 1 shooting on the Las Vegas Strip.
Wooden crosses memorializing each of the 58 people killed during the Route 91 Harvest Festival shooting will be moved to the Clark County Museum on Nov. 12, the county announced Friday.
They road-tripped from Southern California, or jetted from as far as Massachusetts or Canada, bound to see their favorite country musicians play on the Las Vegas Strip.
The Clark County Museum has begun collecting tributes left on the Strip and other public areas in response to the Las Vegas shooting in order to preserve and catalog them.
Las Vegas city employee Cameron Robinson could tell if someone needed to smile, so he’d walk by and make a face to draw out a grin.