The cause of death for each of the 58 victims killed during the Las Vegas mass shooting was released Thursday, nearly three months after the massacre.
The Las Vegas Victims’ Fund now has more than $22 million in contributions and commitments, the committee chairman said Friday.
At the classroom doorway, Jay Purves told the room of new recruits to his branch of event security firm Contemporary Services Corp. that the night of the Strip shooting proved why their job is necessary.
People affected by the Oct. 1 Las Vegas shooting now have until 10 a.m. Monday to offer feedback on the proposed guidelines for how funds should be distributed.
When the gunfire began Oct. 1, Bailey Schweitzer became the youngest of the 58 killed.
“Their family was just starting to develop,” says Donna Jaksha, the mother of a man who was preparing to marry Rocio Guillen, a woman who died in the Las Vegas mass shooting on Oct. 1.
Amber Patterson, 19, said her mother, Las Vegas shooting victim Lisa Patterson, was always the core of the family. In the wake of her mom’s death, she says she believes family members are bonding and growing closer.
Braxton and Greysen Tonks’ memories of their mother, Las Vegas shooting victim Neysa Tonks, are imprinted so deeply that they can laugh and share her sarcastic humor as they speak about what’s helped them cope with her death.
Love, horror and excruciating irony collided when Jack Beaton, departed this world. Jake and Delaney Beaton are left deprived of their cherished father.
After losing his wife Rhonda LeRocque in the Las Vegas mass shooting Oct. 1, devout Jehovah’s Witness Jason LeRocque has found comfort in the child they shared and messages of faith.