After losing his wife Rhonda LeRocque in the Las Vegas mass shooting Oct. 1, devout Jehovah’s Witness Jason LeRocque has found comfort in the child they shared and messages of faith.
Temperatures in the Las Vegas Valley will stay above average through the weekend before falling again at the start of next week, according to the National Weather Service.
“It’s an experience,” said Nigel Inciong. “It’s about the hype.”
“Their family was just starting to develop,” says Donna Jaksha, the mother of a man who was preparing to marry Rocio Guillen, a woman who died in the Las Vegas mass shooting on Oct. 1.
James Charles Powell, 49, died Nov. 10 of multiple gunshot wounds. The Clark County coroner’s office ruled his death a homicide.
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The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department Training Staff and Recruits had a graduation ceremony on Wednesday for 34 new police recruits.
For a few years, the city of North Las Vegas has allowed residents to plant trees at one of the city’s 33 parks to commemorate loved ones, city public-information officer Delen Goldberg said. The city recently added another component, a memorial wall, where people can purchase plaques that feature the deceased person’s name.