Victims, survivors and heroes of the Oct. 1 mass shooting in Las Vegas were recognized during a Senate floor speech by Republican Dean Heller, who said Wednesday the community “is still grieving and will never be the same.”
Nearly a year after the Route 91 Harvest festival attack, Las Vegas police continue to release investigative records from the mass shooting.
In the wake of the Las Vegas shooting, Congress filed a flurry of bills, including those that would ban or restrict bump stocks. But lawmakers failed to pass any of the gun bills.
The Vegas Strong Resiliency Center is grant-funded through Oct. 1, 2020, but officials are working on ways to sustain it much longer.
The resolution honoring those killed in the massacre on the Las Vegas Strip last year was approved unanimously by the Senate late Monday, just days ahead of the Oct. 1 anniversary of the worst mass shooting in U.S. history.
The exhibit, called “How We Mourned: Selected Artifacts from the October 1 Memorials,” opens to the public on Friday.
The hardest thing about creating “Love and Courage?” Not its size (more than 6 feet tall). Not its weight (almost 3,000 pounds, including its base). Not even the incalculable artistry and physical labor required to transform two massive slabs of fossilized New York bluestone into ethereal angel wings.
In a recent interview, Coroner John Fudenberg talked about calling his staff on Oct. 1. “They know what responding to this means,” he said. “It’s going to be months and months of work. It’s going to change our office and our lives forever.”
A police officer’s camera catches a distraught man frantically trying to find his girlfriend after watching someone die in the latest release of public records from the Route 91 Harvest festival shooting.
Federal prosecutors are opposing the request by an Arizona man, who sold ammunition to the Las Vegas shooter, to move his case out of Nevada.
The U.S. Department of Justice on Tuesday honored four Metropolitan Police Department for their efforts the night of the Oct. 1 mass shooting on the Strip.
Portraits of victims from the October 1 shooting are on display as part of the Las Vegas Portraits Project at the Clark County Government Center in Las Vegas.
Time is running out for survivors of the Route 91 Harvest festival attack to apply for benefits through the Nevada Victims of Crime program.
Las Vegas police pat down people and scream orders at others in the latest batch of body camera footage released Wednesday from the Route 91 Harvest festival shooting.
An Arizona man who sold bullets to the Oct. 1 gunman was excused from his Las Vegas arraignment Monday, and his lawyer entered a not-guilty plea on his behalf.