The ceremony will mark the third year Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman has read the names of the victims at the healing garden downtown.
The Raiders paid their respects Thursday to those affected by the Route 91 Harvest festival shooting.
Nevada’s two senators led an outpouring of sympathy and support Thursday for the victims, survivors, families and first responders of the worst mass shooting in U.S. history.
“Now I don’t have this weird feeling of being in limbo, wondering where my family fits in all of this,” said the daughter of the 59th victim.
Jason Aldean was onstage when the Oct. 1 gunfire broke out. “That night was probably the worst night of our lives,” he said on the tragedy’s third anniversary.
Metropolitan police detailed plans Thursday for a new training center to help officers prepare for active-shooter events and other complex threats to public safety.
For the past three years, Alicia Soto has traveled back to the city where her life was changed forever.
Tattoo artists from all over the country donated their time and skills to cover survivors’ physical, mental or emotional wounds through tattooing.
Former Vice President and current Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden praised Nevadans for their resiliency in the aftermath of the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history.
The Vegas Strong Resiliency Center, which opened after the mass shooting, moved into a new space in January. But since the pandemic, everything has shifted online.
Three years later, the Vegas Strong Resiliency Center still interacts with those affected by the mass shooting on a daily basis.
The Public Education Foundation announced Tuesday a new college scholarship for the children of those killed in the Route 91 Harvest festival shooting three years ago.
The new Storytelling Garden will offer a place to gather and share stories near the Healing Garden.
Eddie Schmitz and Sue Ann Cornwell work daily to preserve and develop the downtown memorial to Route 91 Harvest festival shooting victims.