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.
As the fourth anniversary of the deadly shooting on the Las Vegas Strip approaches, most of the victims have received a settlement from MGM Resorts.
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.
Local public art will be on display inside the Clark County Government Center to remember victims and survivors of the Las Vegas mass shooting four years ago.
A quilt is warm, soft, inviting, something a grieving family member or still-struggling concertgoer can literally wrap themselves in. And if it’s a handmade quilt, it carries with it the good emotional vibes of its creator.
The foundation was set up by survivors of the mass shooting who are working to provide equestrian and trauma therapy for those with post-traumatic stress disorder.
A virtual remembrance ceremony for Spanish speakers was one of several #VegasStronger activities held to honor victims and survivors of the Route 91 Harvest festival tragedy.
Dozens of first responders held hands and bowed their heads in front of an ambulance bay to remember the Route 91 shooting three years ago Thursday.
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.
As more and more Americans live through mass shootings such as the Route 91 attack, a Nashville nonprofit has created a residential treatment program for survivors.