LAS VEGAS STRIP MASS SHOOTING: Latest Updates; How You Can Help
Work Installing Vehicle Barriers on Strip BeginsConstruction crews have started preliminary work on installing 700 steel posts between streets and sidewalks along the Las Vegas Strip.
Crosses Honoring Shooting Victims Moving To MuseumThe crosses are currently on display at the Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas sign. They will be moved to the Clark County Museum on Nov. 12.
Student Injured In Stabbing At Las Vegas High SchoolClark High School was placed on lockdown, and Clark County School District police Capt. Ken Young said officials were investigating following the Monday incident.
Family Assistance Center Expanding ServicesThose services include victim advocacy, help with lodging, air travel, consulate services, ground transportation, counseling/spiritual care, legal assistance, among others.
Only Days After Massacre, Party Resumes on Las Vegas StripJust days after a gunman killed 59 people at an outdoor concert, the party in Las Vegas seemed to be back on.
Country Music Stars React To Las Vegas ShootingAs the follow-up to the biggest mass shooting in U.S. history continues to unfold, country music stars have taken to social media to express their condolences, sadness and other reactions to the event.
59 Dead, 500+ Wounded in Las Vegas Strip Concert ShootingAt least two people were killed, several more wounded and one suspect was "down" following a shooting at a country music festival on the Las Vegas Strip Sunday night, according to authorities.
Sheriff: Police Right to Stop NFL Star Bennett; No Wrongdoing By Officers FoundFollowing an extensive review, Las Vegas' top law enforcement officer says there's no evidence to support the claims of Seattle Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett that officers racially profiled or used excessive force against the NFL star during a Las Vegas Strip confrontation last month.
Sandoval, Governors to Discuss States' Clean Energy InitiativesFour prominent governors will take the stage together at the National Clean Energy Summit in Las Vegas.
Metro Changing Neck Restraint Policy After Man's DeathIt comes almost four months after the death of a 40-year-old man who was chased by an officer out of a Las Vegas Strip casino and subdued with a stun gun and a chokehold that department officials say was not approved.
Officials: Motorist Killed in Crash Into Vegas Police SUVAuthorities say a motorist died and a police officer was hurt when a car slammed into the rear of his police patrol SUV south of the Las Vegas Strip.
Las Vegas Officials Waiting For Denver To Act On Pot LoungesClark County officials on Tuesday decided they will wait for Denver to act before continuing discussions. Denver allowed businesses to submit applications to open marijuana clubs in late August, but it hasn't received any so far.

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