Families of victims and survivors of the mass shooting on the Las Vegas Strip appeared for a press conference Monday morning in California.
Newly released body camera footage captured the moment on Oct. 1 when officer Brady Cook was shot on the Strip. It was his second night on the job.
A Las Vegas Review-Journal documentary explores the trauma that thousands of Route 91 Harvest festival survivors still sift through each day.
The Las Vegas Victims’ Fund will complete its payouts this month.
Survivors of the Oct. 1 mass shooting in Las Vegas have about six months to apply for a state program that provides financial help to victims of violent crime.
Disappointment that the video didn’t reveal anything unusual about Stephen Paddock was but one response to the release of surveillance video from the Mandalay Bay in the weeks before the Oct. 1 shooting.
Survivors of the Oct. 1 massacre and those concerned about gun violence hope to effect change through a fledgling group dedicated to reducing gun deaths.
The Vegas Strong Fund said Monday that it will not be issuing any more checks to victims of the Oct. 1 shooting, but will donate half of all money raised to a separate 501(c)(3), the Las Vegas Victims’ Fund.
Katrina Hannah, 23, shot in the back in the Strip mass shooting, returns to the city from her home in California and is reunited with the Las Vegas man who carried her to safety.
Assistance is available to families of people killed in the shooting and those who were either hospitalized or required medical treatment as a result of injuries suffered in the mass shooting at the Route 91 Harvest Festival.