The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority began planning its revised marketing message to the world — a message of concern for victims and first-responders — a minute after the shooting from the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay resort stopped on Oct. 1.
Sheriff Joe Lombardo said Tuesday two large jet fuel tanks near Mandalay Bay “need another layer of protection” in the wake of the deadly mass shooting outside the Strip resort on Oct. 1.
MGM Resorts Chief Executive Officer Jim Murren used his first public appearance since last week’s massacre at one of his properties to ask convention organizers to stick with Las Vegas.
MGM Resorts announced Monday it will have additional security measures in place for fans attending the Golden Knights’ home opener at T-Mobile Arena but did not provide details of the procedures.
In June, actress Michelle Rodriguez dressed in a black tank top, jeans and sunglasses boarded a helicopter in Nevada to promote a new, exotic tourism experience to Las Vegas visitors.
One week after the Oct. 1 mass shooting in Las Vegas, the Strip went dark for 11 minutes in honor of the victims. One of the victims, Brennan Stewart, recorded this song, “You Should Be Here,” before he died.
Nine dogs joined about 30 counselors from the American Red Cross to help calm and uplift those affected by the Route 91 Harvest Festival shooting.
Transportation in Las Vegas came to a halt shortly after a gunman took aim at country music concertgoers along the Strip.
Wynn Resorts Chairman Steve Wynn said his company has a policy of checking on hotel guests who don’t leave their rooms and ask not to be disturbed for more than 12 consecutive hours, Steve Wynn said in a Sunday broadcast interview.
Some lights went out but Las Vegas stayed bright as properties on the Strip and around the valley turned their digital marquees off Sunday night in remembrance of the victims of last week’s massacre.