County commissioners voted unanimously Tuesday to approve a design for the Forever One Memorial, which will honor the dozens who died and hundreds who were injured at the Route 91 Harvest festival.
The Las Vegas Village, site of the Oct. 1, 2017, shooting tragedy, will serve as the site of a permanent memorial for 1 October victims.
Several events are scheduled for Oct. 1 to commemorate the fifth anniversary of the deadliest shooting in U.S. history.
The 1 October Memorial Committee voted unanimously Wednesday to approve the selection process for a permanent remembrance of the Route 91 shooting.
Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman helped honor the victims of the 2017 Route 91 Harvest festival shooting by reading their names aloud during a ceremony Friday night.
The fourth annual 1 October Sunrise Remembrance ceremony was held on Friday at the Clark County Government Center Amphitheater in downtown Las Vegas.
Mynda Smith, sister of victim Neysa Tonks, visited the Las Vegas Community Healing Garden on Thursday to honor victims of the mass shooting that occurred four years ago.
The ceremony will mark the third year Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman has read the names of the victims at the healing garden downtown.
Eddie Schmitz and Sue Ann Cornwell work daily to preserve and develop the downtown memorial to Route 91 Harvest festival shooting victims.
Starting at 10:05 p.m. at the Las Vegas Healing Garden, Mayor Carolyn Goodman read the names of the 58 killed during the Las Vegas massacre exactly two years ago.
The City of North Las Vegas unveiled a new memorial bench on Tuesday morning for the victims of the Las Vegas massacre.
A new garden near the Oct. 1 Healing Garden conceived as a place to share stories.
Design for a 60-foot-tall steel tree incorporates weeping willow-like branches that stretch out in a 30-foot-wide canopy of fiber optic lights.
Joe Robbins stood at the microphone, the sun rising behind him on the second anniversary of the Las Vegas massacre.