City officials are dedicating a new remembrance wall at the Las Vegas Community Healing Garden, 1015 S. Casino Center Blvd.
Twenty-one Community Ambulance employees who were on scene when gunfire erupted at the Route 91 Harvest festival were honored in Henderson Monday morning.
Oct. 1 is at once a blur and an unforgettable tragedy for Krystal Goddard, a popular country artist across the city’s entertainment scene.
The steps of Las Vegas City Hall became a makeshift church Monday morning as more than 200 people gathered for a prayer vigil dedicated to the men and women killed by the Route 91 Harvest festival shooting a year ago.
Oct. 1 shooting survivors Todd Wienke and his fiancee, Oshia Collins-Waters, chose to return to Las Vegas to marry on the anniversary of the tragedy.
Knights players visited a blood drive, Mandalay Bay employees, dispatchers, first responders and police throughout the city and presented medals to Community Ambulance medical team members as part of the Oct. 1 shooting remembrances Monday.
The artistic expression was one of many on display Monday during UNLV’s campus remembrance ceremony of the Route 91 Harvest festival on Oct. 1, 2017.
Hospitals around the Las Vegas Valley stopped to take note Monday of the anniversary of the mass shooting on the Las Vegas Strip, which left 58 concertgoers dead and more than 800 others wounded.
On the one-year anniversary of the Route 91 Harvest festival shootings, Las Vegans shared hugs, somber remembrances and smiles as “Vegas Strong” signs throughout the city served as a reminder of the city’s resolve.
Lois, a golden retriever that is one of the local comfort dogs trained to interact with people in crisis, was at work Monday at Mandalay Bay.