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Golden Knights raise banner honoring Oct. 1 shooting victims
 
Golden Knights raise banner honoring Oct. 1 shooting victims

Golden Knights raise banner honoring Oct. 1 shooting victims. On a night when the Golden Knights were looking to lock up the Pacific Division title and secure a championship banner, the team unveiled a banner of its own Saturday. The banner honors the 58 victims of the Oct. 1 Strip shooting. Knights majority owner and chairman Bill Foley and general manager George McPhee also were on the ice, along with the family of shooting victim Neysa Tonks.

Golden Edge: Knights Beat Blues In Overtime
 
Golden Edge: Knights Beat Blues In Overtime

Golden Edge host Bryan Salmond, Golden Knights beat reporter Steve Carp and David Schoen go over the Knights overtime victory to the St. Louis Blues.

Civil rights activist talks about meeting Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
 
Civil rights activist talks about meeting Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

On April 26, 1964, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. came to Las Vegas to speak at the Las Vegas NAACP chapter’s Freedom Banquet. Though the passing decades have left those who attended with sketchy memories of exactly what was said, Esther Langston still remembers the power of the man and his message. (Andrea Cornejo/Las Vegas Review-Journal)

Columbine Memorial Provides Comfort, Hope
 
Columbine Memorial Provides Comfort, Hope

Rick Townsend, president of the Columbine memorial board, discusses the loss of his daughter Lauren during the Columbine school shooting on April 20, 1999.

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