The Cougars and the Wolves honored slain police officer and youth football coach Charleston Hartfield with an emotional pregame ceremony at Basic High School.
Five days after the massacre on the Strip, the RiSe Festival held its fourth annual lantern festival Friday night. It was sold out by Sept. 30, but many festivalgoers had the victims heavy on their mind as they honored those they’ve lost.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The Clark County Fire Department received reports of the fire about 6:45 p.m. at 4078 Gold Coast Drive, the department said.
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.
Joe DiGaetano, the first Las Vegas Fire Department EMS coordinator on the scene at Sunday’s shooting, saw bodies across the Route 91 Harvest country music festival near Mandalay Bay.
The father of Mandalay Bay shooter Stephen Paddock represented himself as a self-ordained minister who married couples in the late 1980s and planned to open a church in Las Vegas.