Resiliency Center Still Serves As Resource For Shooting VictimsThe Vegas Strong Resiliency Center was set up to serve people affected by 1 October with longer-term referrals and recovery needs following the closure of the Family Assistance Center at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
Family Assistance Center Closing FridayThe Family Assistance Center will transition into a new model of service in upcoming days to support the longer term needs of people coping with the incident.
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.
Personal Items From All Shooting Scene Areas Now AvailablePersonal effects recovered from Areas A, B, C, D, E and F of the venue have been cleared for release and are available at the Family Assistance Center located in the South Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center, 3150 Paradise Road.
Sunday Is Deadline For Survivors To File ClaimLegal advocates are warning workers injured in the massacre on Sunday that they only have one week to file notice of a worker's comp claim.
Local Blood Service To Resume Normal OperationsBetween Monday, October 2 and Wednesday, October 4, United Blood Services has collected 1,659 blood donations from generous blood donors including 952 first-time donors in Las Vegas.
'Catfisher' Uses Pulse Nightclub Victim's Photos On Dating WebsiteA North Carolina woman is disgusted after discovering that a "catfisher" had been using pictures of one of the Pulse nightclub shooting's 49 victims on a dating website.
Jurors Shown Crime Scene Photos In Temple Slayings A prosecutor displayed a crime-scene photo of nine dead bodies on the floor of a Buddhist temple in western metro Phoenix as opening statements began Wednesday in a retrial of the 1991 murders that shocked the nation and stirred outrage.
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