Survivors of the Oct. 1 mass shooting in Las Vegas have about six months to apply for a state program that provides financial help to victims of violent crime.
A psychologist and firefighter who survived 9/11 will lead free programs this week on fostering emotional well-being, aimed at helping survivors and others affected by the Oct. 1 shooting in Las Vegas.
Disappointment that the video didn’t reveal anything unusual about Stephen Paddock was but one response to the release of surveillance video from the Mandalay Bay in the weeks before the Oct. 1 shooting.
The company that bartenders say hired them for the Route 91 Harvest music festival went out of business, resulting in an investigation surrounding its hiring practices and many bartenders claiming they didn’t receive proper pay.
Miriam Lujan, who Sue Ann Cornwell and her sister helped protect during the Oct. 1 shooting, brought her now 4-month-old baby boy to meet Cornwell at the Las Vegas Community Healing Garden.
They met for less than a minute amid the chaos of Oct. 1, and neither remembers it very well. But Vanessa Esquivel said Kody Robertson did more than enough in a few short seconds to earn the rank of honorary uncle to her newborn son.
Women who were pregnant at the Route 91 Harvest festival have been welcoming the newest survivors into the world.
Survivors of the Oct. 1 massacre and those concerned about gun violence hope to effect change through a fledgling group dedicated to reducing gun deaths.
Contributions from the Southern Nevada gaming, tourism and entertainment industry accounted for almost 40 percent of the $31.4 million collected by the Las Vegas Victims’ Fund, organizers of the fund said Friday.
The fund’s committee reveals donation total and says it will distribute the money to at least 532 claimants by the end of the month. Some other claims are still going through the vetting process.