Newly released reports provide the most detailed and wide-ranging picture yet of the massive law enforcement response to the Strip-wide chaos and confusion of Oct. 1.
Madelyn Reese worked for the Las Vegas Review-Journal from May 2017 to August 2018. She graduated with an English B.A. from the University of Washington in Seattle, where she wrote for the campus paper and several local publications. She began her journalism career as an education reporter in Longview, Washington.
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In a statement released Wednesday by Las Vegas police, an emergency medical technician who was working the night of the mass shooting detailed how he became the victim of credit card fraud and attempted identity theft.
The Las Vegas gunman’s behavior rattled a Mandalay Bay housekeeper days before he fired upon the crowd at a country music festival.
In loopy yet neat handwriting, the woman wrote detail after detail about what she saw the final night of the Route 91 Harvest festival.
The College of Southern Nevada’s 46th commencement ceremony was held at The Thomas Mack Center at UNLV on Monday evening.
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The new owners of the Mount Charleston Lodge have been dreaming about their new property for years.
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A Mexican mother of three and undocumented immigrant who was detained by federal immigration agents in late March filed a Freedom of Information Act request for records relating to her detention.
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Valley High School senior Kyle “Kai” Catarata was presented with a $1,000 scholarship from the Henderson Writers Group at the nonprofit group’s annual banquet Saturday. Catarata plans to pursue a degree in political science at UNLV in the fall.
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Dr. Tina Brandon Abbatangelo, a professor of clinical practices at UNLV, is also a volunteer with the Peter Emily International Veterinary Dental Foundation, a children’s book author and the reigning Ms. Nevada.