A woman was hospitalized Monday night after she was pistol-whipped at a northeast valley apartment complex.
Holding hands during a prayer service at the Masjid Ibrahim mosque in Las Vegas on Monday, Minna Abdul Rahman, 12, left, and Amel Ageeb, 43, right, were among those taking time to remember the victims of last week’s mass shooting at the Route 91 Harvest Festival.
A large pile of fiberglass pipes caught fire behind a business, leading to a central valley fire that sent a large plume of black smoke into the sky Monday evening, fire officials said.
Masjid Ibrahim Islamic Center welcomed people of all faiths and backgrounds Monday night. Before their last prayer, they remembered victims of the Oct. 1 attack at the Route 91 Harvest festival that killed 58 people and injured nearly 500.
Nick Robone, the 28-year-old assistant UNLV hockey coach who was hit in the chest by a bullet shot by Stephen Paddock, knows that when the Route 91 Harvest festival was turned into a shooting gallery, he was lucky.
It was about 10:08 p.m. on Oct. 1 when Las Vegas police officer Brady Cook caught a bullet below his right shoulder.
Samanta Arjune, 46, faces painful rehabilitation and still hears sometimes hears rifle shots as she recovers from a serious leg wound suffered during the Route 91 Harvest festival shooting, but she knows she’s “lucky.”
Environmental and engineering studies will soon begin for a pair of improvements aimed at relieving freeway traffic near the stadium site for the NFL’s Raiders.
One week after the Oct. 1 mass shooting in Las Vegas, the Strip went dark for 11 minutes in honor of the victims. One of the victims, Brennan Stewart, recorded this song, “You Should Be Here,” before he died.
Las Vegas police released new details Monday about what occurred in the days and minutes before the mass shooting on the Strip, raising new questions about why it took about an hour for officers to enter the gunman’s hotel suite.