Twenty-one Community Ambulance employees who were on scene when gunfire erupted at the Route 91 Harvest festival were honored in Henderson Monday morning.
Knights players visited a blood drive, Mandalay Bay employees, dispatchers, first responders and police throughout the city and presented medals to Community Ambulance medical team members as part of the Oct. 1 shooting remembrances Monday.
A called shot — three of them — helped softball slugger Jordyn Ebert from Henderson pay tribute to Route 91 Harvest festival victim Quinton Robbins.
Nick Robone doesn’t question attending the Route 91 Harvest Festival last Oct. 1, doesn’t believe he should have left his recreation hockey league game and simply went home, doesn’t regret agreeing to meet his younger brother and friends to watch country star Jason Aldean perform.
The faithful bond between Southern Nevada and the Golden Knights was born, in large part, through the response to a mass shooting at the Route 91 Harvest festival on 1 October.
The No. 3 worn by Quinton Robbins during his time playing basketball for Brown Academy will hang from the wall of the gym after his younger brother, Quade, completes his playing days at the middle school.
It was a fleeting moment of lasting consequence. Dee Jay Silver’s explaining how a simple act of kindness helped him process the most complex of emotions.
The widow of a man who died in the Route 91 Harvest festival shooting in Las Vegas was honored Sunday in a pregame ceremony by the Tennessee Titans.
No. 58 is to stay in the stables at this year’s National Finals Rodeo.
On Sunday, Lawrence Guy, who played at Western High School, will honor the 58 killed and more than 500 injured in the attack on the Strip during the NFL’s My Cause, My Cleats initiative.