The 19th annual Pride Night Parade parade held Friday in downtown Las Vegas kicked off a weekend of events.
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Since the Las Vegas Community Garden opened to honor victims of the Oct. 1 shooting, Andre King has been there, offering drinks and cookies, and, sometimes, hugs to visitors at the downtown memorial.
Several downtown streets will close for three events scheduled for this weekend, Las Vegas city officials said.
The names of the 58 people who were killed at the Route 91 Harvest festival shooting on Oct. 1 are displayed on the new Viva Vision screen at the Fremont Street Experience in downtown Las Vegas on Saturday.
When Oasis at Gold Spike residents met with management on Wednesday to discuss “important exciting information” about their community, they weren’t expecting an ultimatum.
Clark County School District construction director Jeff Wagner praised the three firms, KGA Architecture, Simpson Coulter Studio and Tate Snyder Kimsey, . He also emphasized that “this is not an end — this is the beginning” of the process for creating a new campus.
Online retailer Zappos will cover the funeral costs of any of the 58 families affected by the Las Vegas Strip shooting who approach the company.
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“This is my happy place,” Cheyenne Kelly said smiling, looking around the Vegas Roots Community Garden, which hosted the second annual Grow Your Own Festival on Saturday. “And I love seeing it flush with so many people.”