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Crosses at ‘Las Vegas’ sign honor California shooting victims

As cars passed the Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas sign Monday, 11 white crosses planted nearby paid silent homage to the victims of the recent mass shooting in Thousand Oaks, California.

 
Las Vegas shooting survivors face tragedy again in California

Among the thousands of Californians facing tragedy again Friday were survivors of both the shooting at Borderline Bar and Grille and the Route 91 Harvest country music festival attack in Las Vegas. They included Brendan Kelly and Molly Maurer.

 
Taught by tragedy, Las Vegas mom now a stickler for flu vaccinations

Brenda Occhipinti lost her 12-year-old son, Carlo Jr., to the flu last year. The terrible loss has opened her eyes to the risks of leaving children unvaccinated, and she made sure his surviving siblings all got their shots this year.

 
Michelle Obama, in Las Vegas, stresses importance of voting

People packed the Chaparral High School gymnasium Sunday evening to hear Michelle Obama, celebrities and local leaders speak on the importance of registering to vote. They called on the crowd to ensure they were registered — and to ensure their friends, family and colleagues were registered — with Election Day around the corner.

 
Arizona man, 91, still relishes role as Angel of Route 66

Most mornings, the 91-year-old Mayor of the Mother Road rides his bicycle the few short blocks to his office, a bustling souvenir shop along old U.S. Route 66, the venerable long-sidelined highway that has defined his life.

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