Las Vegas shooting victim: Charleston Hartfield

Off-duty Las Vegas police officer Charleston Hartfield was killed Sunday, Oct. 1, 2017 in the mass shooting on the Strip. On Thursday, Oct. 5, 2017 at Police Memorial Park, thousands gathered to remember him.

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The week’s best photos from RJ photographers, Oct.8-Oct.14
Get a look at the most notable photos from Review-Journal photojournalists this past week. (Chitose Suzuki/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Competitive improv comedy team represents Las Vegas
ComedySportz Las Vegas is a competitive improvisational comedy team housed at The Space entertainment venue. The Las Vegas Review-Journal stopped by a recent practice. (K.M. Cannon/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Downtown Summerlin hosts its annual Festival of Arts
People crowd to Downtown Summerlin for the 23rd annual Summerlin Festival of Arts in Las Vegas, Sunday, Oct. 14, 2018. (Caroline Brehman/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Bellagio, MGM Resorts International’s luxury hotel turns 20 (Tara Mack/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
The more than 3,000-room Bellagio hotel is situated on the site of the former Dunes Hotel. The Dunes was imploded in 1993, and construction of the Bellagio started in 1996. It cost $1.6 billion to build, making it the most expensive hotel in the world at the time. The Bellagio was former Wynn Resorts Ltd. Chairman and CEO Steve Wynn’s second major casino on the Strip after The Mirage. MGM Resorts International acquired the property from Steve Wynn in 2000. (Tara Mack/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Work underway to close old mine shaft entrances at Gold Butte monument
State contractors are closing entrances to abandoned mines in Gold Butte National Monument to keep humans out but allow wildlife in. (K.M. Cannon/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
The Dark Arts Market
The Dark Arts Market is a place "for underground kids to come be seen, perform and sell their art work," according to curator Erin Emre. Open once every three months, the market was hosted this month by the Cornish Pasty Factory in the Downtown Arts District. (Mat Luschek/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Vegas Nation: Raiders Fall To Seahawks; Cooper Out With Concussion
Raiders beat writer Michael Gehlken, Sports Columnist Ed Graney and sports writer Gilbert Manzano go over the Raiders loss to the Seattle Seahawks in London.
Derek Carr says the team will focus on improving
Oakland Raiders quarterback Derek Carr says the team will do what's necessary to improve following its 27-3 loss in London to the Seattle Seahawks.
Gruden on the Raiders loss to the Seahawks, Cooper's injury
Oakland Raiders head coach Jon Gruden talks to media following the team's 27-3 loss to the Seattle Seahawks in London, England.
The Las Vegas Metro hosts the K-9 Trials
The Las Vegas Metro K-9 Trials returns to the Orleans Arena to benefit the Friends For Las Vegas Police K-9 group.
Raiders vs. Seattle gameday preview
The Review-Journal's Michael Gehlken and Ed Graney preview the game between the Oakland Raiders and the Seattle Seahawks and give their predictions from Wembley Stadium in London, England.
Football coach talks about team in McDermitt
Football coach Richard Egan talks about life as the smallest high school football team in Nevada that competes in the NIAA's Division 1A.
RJ's Mark Anderson on the UNLV loss
Review-Journal sports reporter Mark Anderson recaps UNLV's loss at Utah State. Video by Mark Anderson/Las Vegas Review-Journal
UNLV players react to Utah State loss
UNLV quarterback Max Gilliam and defensive end Jameer Outsey talk about Saturday's loss at Utah State. Video by Mark Anderson/Las Vegas Review-Journal
UNLV coach Tony Sanchez on loss to Utah State
UNLV football coach Tony Sanchez talks about Saturday's loss at Utah State. Video by Mark Anderson/Las Vegas Review-Journal
Annual arts festival brings large crowd to Downtown Summerlin
The 23rd annual Summerlin Festival of Arts at Downtown Summerlin kicked off Saturday, Oct. 13, with a variety of performances, activities and dozens of vendors. Chase Stevens/Las Vegas Review-Journal
Golden Edge: Eakin Scores Winning Goal During Final Road Trip Game
Golden Knights beat reporter David Schoen goes over the Knights final game of the road trip against the Philadelphia Flyers
Recycled Art and Cute Dogs at Summerlin Festival Of Arts
Recycled Art, Cute Dogs Abound At Summerlin Festival Of Arts (Janna Karel Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Anyone's game at state golf tournament
The Class 4A girls state golf tournament begins Monday with plenty of intrigue. Coronado, which has won the last four titles, did not qualify for state (three individuals qualified) Centennial captured the Mountain Region title, and McKenzi Hall won individually. Riana Mission's individual title helped Clark win the Desert Region championship. It's anyone's game, and Nevada will have a new state champion for the first time since 2013. The tournament begins Monday at Dayton Valley, and concludes Tuesday.
Beach volleyball returns to Las Vegas
Three-time Olympic gold medalist Kerry Walsh Jennings and husband Casey are bringing pro beach volleyball back to Las Vegas this week. Kerri Walsh Jennings Rock and Roll Hall of Fame nominee Todd Rundgren has a connection to the Las Vegas 51s -- his son Rex played shortstop for the Pacific Coast League team in 2008. Dodgers pitcher Clayton Kershaw and Sierra Vista High's Nick Kingham have something in common: Both served up a home run ball to pitcher Brandon Woodruff of the Milwaukee Brewers. Baseball Hall of Fame manager Tony La Russa, whose Animal Rescue Foundation will host its annual fund raiser in Las Vegas, recalled his last game as a major league player in which he scored the winning run without coming to bat.
Kingman residents love their little town
Residents of Kingman, Ariz. talk about how they ended up living in the Route 66 town, and what they love about their quiet community. (K.M. Cannon/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Nevada Preps Live: Week 9
Elaine Wilson and Ben Gotz go over week nine of Nevada high school football matches.
Centennial shuts out Palo Verde, 34-0
Centennial's defense stepped up, holding Palo Verde scoreless in a 34-0 victory over the Panthers. Elaine Wilson/Las Vegas Review-Journal
Centennial shuts out Palo Verde, 34-0
Centennial's defense stepped up, holding Palo Verde scoreless in a 34-0 victory over the Panthers. Elaine Wilson/Las Vegas Review-Journal
Nevada Preps: Liberty Wins Homecoming Game
Justin Emerson goes over LIberty's homecoming game win over Green Valley.
Family buys billboards to help solve a double homicide
The family of Sydney Land, who was murdered in 2016, has paid for billboards throughout Las Vegas urging people to come forward with information. (K.M. Cannon/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Cantlay, patient ambassadors talk about Shriners Open
Defending champ Patrick Cantlay and Shriners ambassadors Cristian Gray, Taylor Halbert and Maleah Johnson talk about the Shriners Open on Oct. 12, 2018. (Brian Hurlburt/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Facial recognition software at G2E
Shing Tao, CEO of Las Vegas-based Remark Holdings, talks about his facial recognition product. (Todd Prince/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Shriners Open champ Patrick Cantlay returns for media day
2017 Shriners Hospitals for Children Open winner Patrick Cantlay was in Las Vegas Friday for the tournament's media day.
Bohemian Decor
Western High School fight
Sophomore Kayla Carbajal describes the scene during a massive skirmish this week at Western High School. (Amelia Pak-Harvey/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Hawaiian CEO talks about competition
Hawaiian Airlines CEO Peter Ingram discusses how his airline will meet competitive challenges from Southwest Airlines.
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A look at NFL sports betting in London
With the NFL introducing England to different teams each year since 2007, Review-Journal columnist Ed Graney asked fans in London ahead of the Oakland Raiders vs. Seattle Seahawks how often they flock to them to place wagers on American football.
Tony Sanchez on UNLV going on the road
UNLV football coach Tony Sanchez talks about going on the road to Utah State. (Mark Anderson/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Bellagio Patisserie Creates Life-size Sculpture Of 20th Anniversary Of Cirque Du Soleil Show
Bellagio Patisserie Creates Life-size Sculpture Of 20th Anniversary Of Cirque Du Soleil Show (Janna Karel/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Would the NFL be accepted abroad?
Review-Journal columnist Ed Graney takes to the streets of London, England, ahead of the Oakland Raiders facing the Seattle Seahawks to find out if the NFL is accepted, if the game is understood and what its fan base is like outside of the United States.
Las Vegas Review-Journal endorses Adam Laxalt for governor
Former NBA player, Shaquille O'Neal, speaks about his new Las Vegas chicken restaurant
Former NBA player, Shaquille O'Neal, speaks about his new Las Vegas chicken restaurant. Bizuayehu Tesfaye/Las Vegas Review-Journal @bizutesfaye
Golden Edge: Phil Kessel Has Hat Trick in Win Over Knights
The Pittsburgh Penguins defeat the Las Vegas Golden Knights 4-2. Ben Gotz and David Schoen report from Pittsburgh.
Nye County marijuana bust
Several arrested in a joint operation eradicating a large outdoor marijuana grow. This operation resulted in the largest Nye County Sheriff's Office narcotics bust in the history of the County. (Nye County Sheriff's Office)
Local Family Struggles to Find Assistance
Girlie Bloomquist is struggling to find help to keep her family off the streets.
Gallant comments on losing to the Penguins
Gerard Gallant talks about the loss to Pittsburgh on Oct. 11, 2018.
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Gallant on Penguins loss
Gallant on Penguins loss
Gerard Gallant talks about the loss to Pittsburgh on Oct. 11, 2018
Chef Gets Kidney From Daughter
Chef Ken Torres got a much needed kidney donor from his daughter and is thriving post surgery.
Fantasy Outlaws: Week 6 fantasy football advice
In this episode of Fantasy Outlaws, Heidi Fang, Adam Hill and Ed Graney give their opinions on who to pick up from the waiver wire, and who to start and who to sit for Week 6 of the NFL season.
The Right Take: Sisolak's Position on Health Care
Victor Joecks Discusses Steve Sisolak's position on Health Care
UNLV trying to get offense going
UNLV quarterback Max Gilliam and running back Lexington Thomas talk about improving the offense. Video by Mark Anderson/Las Vegas Review-Journal
Real Estate Millions: Operation Halloween
Realtor and owner of Operation Halloween, Nicole Tomlinson, shares high-end luxury 'tricks of the trade' for Halloween decorating.
Golden Edge: Knights Lose First Stanley Cup Rematch
The Golden Knights lose 5-2 against the Washington Capitals and fall to 1-3 on the season. David Schoen and Ben Gotz report from Washington.
Gallant on Caps loss 2
Golden Knights' coach Gerard Gallant talks about the team's 5-2 Loss to Washington on Oct, 10, 2018. (David Schoen/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Gallant on Caps loss
Golden Knights' coach Gerard Gallant talks about the team's 5-2 Loss to Washington on Oct, 10, 2018. (David Schoen/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Nevada Preps: Week 9 Preview
Elaine Wilson and Justin Emerson go over the top matchups to look out for in week 9 of high school football.
Laxalt Discusses his Education Plan and Why he Won’t Repeal the Commerce Tax
Nevada education needs more money combined with accountability, but it’s too early to promise funding for Education Savings Accounts. There also isn’t a way to repeal the commerce tax next legislative session and a gubernatorial debate isn’t happening after Steve Sisolak rejected an invitation to debate on statewide TV. That’s according to Republican gubernatorial candidate and current Nevada attorney general Adam Laxalt.
Nevada Preps Team of The Week: Coronado
Elaine Wilson discusses Coronado's upset win over Green Valley.
Vegas Nation Mailbag
Elaine Wilson and Gilbert Manzano answer all your burning Raiders questions and comments.
UNLV's Tony Sanchez on Utah State
UNLV football coach Tony Sanchez talks about Utah State. Video by Mark Anderson/Las Vegas Review-Journal
Golden Edge: Mailbag — October 9, 2018
Adam Hill is joined by Ben Gotz via skype from Washington, D.C. to answer questions submitted from Golden Knights fans.
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What are attendees looking for on Day 1 of G2E?
Attendees discuss their takeaways from the kickoff of the 18th annual G2E. (Bailey Schulz/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Reilly Smith Buffalo
Gallant on Buffalo loss
The week’s best photos from RJ photographers, Oct. 1-Oct. 7
Photo by Caroline Brehman Photo by K.M. Cannon Photo by Chase Stevens Photo by Benjamin Hager Photo by Benjamin Hager Photo by Erik Verduzco Photo by Richard Brian Photo by Bizuayehu Tesfaye Photo by Chase Stevens Photo by Chase Stevens
Medmen Enters Las Vegas With Ambitious Plans
'Property Brothers' speak about new children’s book
Jonathan and Drew Scott stop at Las Vegas’ Discovery Children‘s Museum as part of their book tour. (John Hornberg/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Vegas Nation: Raiders Fall To 1-4 This Season
Raiders beat writer Michael Gehlken goes over the Raiders loss to the Chargers.
Golden Edge: Knights Fall to Sabres 4-2
The Sabres defeat the Golden Knights 4-2 with 3 goals in the second period. Ben Gotz and David Schoen report from Buffalo.
UNLV coach Tony Sanchez addresses the media
UNLV coach Tony Sanchez gives his opening statement in Monday's news conference. Video by Mark Anderson/Las Vegas Review-Journal
Reilly Smith Buffalo
Gallant on Buffalo loss
Rebel Nation: UNLV Falls to New Mexico
Mark Anderson goes into detail about UNLV's 50-14 loss to New Mexico and discusses the what UNLV needs to do for the rest of the season.
Covering the Cage: Post Fight Chaos
UFC 229: Khabib vs. McGregor ended with post fight chaos after Khabib submitted McGregor in the fourth round. Heidi Fang, Adam Hill, and Gilbert Manzano talk about their in person takes and what will happen next.
Vegas Nation: Gruden Recaps Loss to LA Chargers
Raiders beat reporter Michael Gehlken reports from Alameda, Calif. as the team looks ahead to London following a loss to the Los Angeles Chargers.
Renee Poole blames online retail for a slowdown in her business
Renee Poole, owner of Not Just Antiques Mart, blames online retail for a slowdown in her business. Bizuayehu Tesfaye/Las Vegas Review-Journal @bizutesfaye
Gallant on Washington Capitals rematch
Golden Knights Coach Gerard Gallant plays down the connection between Wednesday's game against the Washington Capitals and the Stanley Cup Final results last season.
Property Brothers In Las Vegas to Promote Kids Book
The Property Brothers, Drew and Jonathan Scott, were in Las Vegas Monday at the Discovery Children’s Museum to promote their new children’s book. (Benjamin Hager/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Kingman residents love their little town
Residents of Kingman, Ariz. talk about how they ended up living in the Route 66 town, and what they love about their quiet community. (K.M. Cannon/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Candidates debate issues for CCSD School Board seat
The two candidates for Clark County School Board District F, Danielle Ford and Kari Fox Miller, talked about different issues at a forum hosted by Spring Valley High School. (Rachel Aston/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Knights' Gerard Gallant on Ryan Reaves
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