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Mesquite has little to say about Las Vegas gunman — VIDEO

A team of Review-Journal reporters were in Mesquite looking into Stephen Paddock’s past on Friday. They report on what they found during their interviews at businesses and with Mesquite officials.

RiSE, recovery, sports and memorials — THE DAY IN PHOTOS

The RiSE Lantern Festival provided stunning visuals on Friday night, capping a day that included Las Vegas moments that unfolded in the shadow of Sunday’s shootings at the Route 91 Harvest country music festival.

Injured Las Vegas officer helped others during Strip shooting

Bleeding from the neck, a wounded Las Vegas police officer guided several people to safety Sunday with his partner. Meanwhile, his twin, who is also an officer, was called in to work, not knowing if his brother was alive or dead.

Las Vegas shooting victim: Mikkena Parry, Las Vegas

In training for the Army National Guard, Ryan Guay learned how to deal with incoming fire. But the other part of the equation is fighting back.

Quickly built garden is first step in helping Las Vegas heal

They carted dirt in wheel barrows, hung mementos from twine and planted 58 trees — one for each victim of the mass shooting at a country music festival on the Strip.

6 British soldiers jumped in to help Strip shooting victims on Sunday

British Troopers Ross Woodward, Chris May and Stuart Finlay planned on a night of drinking and gambling in Las Vegas to blow off some steam following six weeks of rigorous training alongside their American counterparts at Fort Irwin, California.

Hospitality experts say Mandalay Bay brand will survive massacre

At Mandalay Bay, you can gamble, party in Light nightclub, relax at a man-made beach and attend gatherings in its massive convention center. Now, it’s also the place where a heavily armed gunman rained terror on concertgoers across the street in the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history.

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