Listen to the entirety of the Review-Journal’s five-part podcast series “Critical Condition: Accounts from One October,” available now.
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Part three of the Review-Journal’s five-part podcast series “Critical Condition: Accounts from One October” is available now.
In part two, “Trouble on the Mind,” officers Richard Cole and Brandon Engstrom have rushed to the hospital with a 30-year-old woman who was shot in the head.
Two years after the Oct. 1, 2017, shooting, Mandalay Bay appears to be returning to previous business levels, analysts say.
MGM Resorts International and lawyers representing thousands of people have reached a settlement of between $735 million and $800 million, both sides said Thursday.
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 Golden Knights hosted first responders, Mandalay Bay employees and others affected by the Route 91 Harvest Festival shooting at a closed practice Tuesday.
Members of Congress from Nevada complained that the Senate hasn’t taken up legislation passed by the House aimed at preventing future mass shootings.
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.
Greg Zanis placed 58 crosses near the “Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas” sign Monday night, an unexpected move after Clark County requested a change of venue.