Local teams and athletes pay tribute to shooting victims

LAS VEGAS - The rest of the world is seeing our reaction to tragedy play out in real time. We are resilient and relentless.

The sports teams of Las Vegas understand that this week wasn't about headlines, but helping.

It was a week no one will forget. It was filled with harrowing stories and heroic people. More than anything, we learned that when tragedy reigns, Vegas rises.

The Golden Knights left the ice during their first ever game week and focused more on healing than heartbreak. The franchise donated $500,000 and then delivered two exhilarating victories

UNLV Hockey Coach Nick Robone was one of 500 wounded, and there’s nothing like a hockey crowd to raise money and momentum toward hope.

UFC 216 was the first major event on the Strip since the shooting. Dana White gave free tickets to first responders and victims. Even in the fight capital of the world, we are victorious over evil.

While two Las Vegas-bred MPV’s will face off in the playoffs, Bryce Harper and Kris Bryant are teammates for their city.

Charles Hartfield was an unbelievable man who was taken by an unspeakable tragedy. The officer and veteran was also a football dad.

As his son Ayzayah hit the field for Coronado, officers were on the scene and the sidelines for the boy of their fallen brother

The University of Nevada Las Vegas entered the field serenaded by the song God Bless America and flanked by first responders.

As 58 balloons joined the fallen in the sky, we felt compassion and then saw courage.


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