- School District graduation rate hits a record 82.7 percent
- Monday, Oct. 16, 2017
- The Clark County School District is graduating high school students at a record rate, according to data released today. A total of 82.7 percent of seniors — 20,030 across the district’s four dozen-plus high schools — earned diplomas in ...
- 'Years in the making': Tribal pot store near downtown to open Monday
- Sunday, Oct. 15, 2017
- About 200 tribal leaders and families celebrated the announcement with industry members and elected officials in a private gathering Saturday inside the new 15,500 square-foot Nuwu Cannabis Marketplace. ...
- Sheriff again adjusts timeline of Strip shooting
- Friday, Oct. 13, 2017
- Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo today again adjusted the timeline of events surrounding the Oct. 1 mass shooting on the Las Vegas Strip, now saying a Mandalay Bay security guard was shot close to the same time the gunman opened fire on a festival crowd, not ...
- 'Definition of a hero': Slain security staffer remembered as humble, loving
- Thursday, Oct. 12, 2017
- “He was always breath of fresh air coming through that door,” said CSC office manager Gina Argento with tears streaming down her face as she spoke to the crowd. “From open to close at the office, from start to finish at the events, we counted on him, and he never let us down.”
- 'A moment we’ve been waiting for': Golden Knights fans turn out in droves for home opener
- Wednesday, Oct. 11, 2017
- Jose Carranza walked through The Park up to the doors of T-Mobile Arena and grabbed the bottom of his Vegas Golden Knights jersey with his thumb and index finger, clutching ...
- Gun-control group sues 'bump stock' maker
- Tuesday, Oct. 10, 2017
- A national gun control advocacy group is partnering with a Las Vegas law firm in a class-action lawsuit against a leading bump stock producer over what they called negligent production and marketing of the products that ...
- Mass killings have wide reach, even for those who weren’t there
- Monday, Oct. 9, 2017
- The impact radius of the Las Vegas massacre can’t be measured. One person took dozens of lives and directly shook many thousands more, and the pain, fear and sense of loss inescapably ripple to ...
- 'We will not let this break us:' Vigil honors victims in Strip shooting
- Sunday, Oct. 8, 2017
- Attendees held lit candles and signs, sang songs, and repeated “Vegas Strong” after Sanders during the hour-long vigil, which marked the one-week anniversary of ...
- Officials begin allowing crowd at mass shooting to collect belongings
- Sunday, Oct. 8, 2017
- One week after the deadliest shooting in modern U.S. history occurred along the Las Vegas Strip, some of those who left their personal belongings behind as they fled the scene can begin collecting them. Officials announced today that ...
- Dealers: L.V. gunman Paddock would spend long hours playing tables at downtown casino
- Saturday, Oct. 7, 2017
- When Natalia Cruz first saw Stephen Paddock’s picture on television last week, she thought it was Paddock that had been shot — not the other way around. Upon later finding out Paddock was responsible ...
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Chris Kudialis started at the Las Vegas Sun in 2015 after a year with the Las Vegas Review-Journal. A graduate of the University of Michigan, Chris speaks three languages (English, Spanish and Portuguese) and has written articles for the Los Angeles Times, Charlotte Observer, Houston Chronicle, Detroit Free Press and Brazil's Rio Times, among other metropolitan dailies. He was an international news intern at Mundo Cristiano in Madrid, Spain, and covered the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. Before journalism, Chris worked as a translator and interpreter.
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