Call the black-and-white sticker bearing the “Vegas Strong” hash tag No. 2017.34M.7053 because, from now on, that’ll be the way it can be found in the Clark County Museum’s collection.
City officials are dedicating a new remembrance wall at the Las Vegas Community Healing Garden, 1015 S. Casino Center Blvd.
The hardest thing about creating “Love and Courage?” Not its size (more than 6 feet tall). Not its weight (almost 3,000 pounds, including its base). Not even the incalculable artistry and physical labor required to transform two massive slabs of fossilized New York bluestone into ethereal angel wings.
Resort marquees along the Strip will go dark Oct. 1 to commemorate the one-year anniversary of the mass shooting in Las Vegas.
Fifty-eight red roses, one for each person killed in the Oct. 1 shooting in Las Vegas, were raised toward the sky Sunday evening a vigil attended by about 300 people at the south end of the Strip to commemorate six months since their loved ones were killed and hundreds more injured.
Volunteers are helping the broad array of Oct. 1 memorial items take a permanent place in the Clark County Museum.
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.
A long-term resource center for Las Vegas shooting victims and families, the Vegas Strong Resiliency Center, opens Monday morning.
Coaches, Basic High School basketball players, close friends, and family came together at a Henderson hillside site to paint a “Q” in Route 91 Harvest festival shooting victim Quinton Robbins’ honor near the familiar “B” for Basic.
An official bank account has been created for the family of fallen Las Vegas police officer Charleston Hartfield.