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FOX5 Unique Report: 1 October – One Month Later

LAS VEGAS (FOX5) –

FOX5’s “1 October: One Month Later On” is a special news documentary that chronicles the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history and how our neighborhood ended up being more powerful afterward.

The documentary starts hours before the shooting on a stunning Sunday afternoon where fans attending the Route 91 Harvest Celebration believed they would simply be taking pleasure in a nation concert.

The joy rapidly turns to mayhem and tragedy as shots sound out and everyday people quickly become larger than life heroes.

Lastly, our story concludes with a look at how our community will move forward and how the 58 victims killed in the mass shooting will be kept in mind for several years to come.

[SLIDESHOW: Pictures of the 58 Victims]

VIEW the entire FOX5 “ 1 October: One Month Later” unique news documentary listed below:

WEB EXCLUSIVES: “1 October – One Month Later” Raw Interviews

Oliver Heigh, a daily person turned local hero, was included in our FOX5 special documentary “1 October– One Month Later On.” See listed below for more of Oliver’s stunning account of how he helped many people who were shot and hurt at the Route 91 Harvest Celebration, get to safety.

Las Vegas Metro Authorities Department Officer Paul Wojcik remembers getting the call verifying his dear pal and fellow officer Charleston Hartfield was killed in the 1 October shooting at the Path 91 Festival on the famous strip. Paul was featured in our FOX5 special documentary “1 October– One Month Later.” See more of his raw interview below.

Dr. Kevin Menes, emergency clinic doctor at Dawn Hospital in Las Vegas, was featured in our FOX5 unique documentary “1 October– One Month Later On.” In this raw web exclusive, Dr. Menes recounts how his typical Sunday graveyard shift, turned into an among the most chaotic scenes of fear and survival in his medical career.

RELATED STORIES: The Healing Continues #VegasStrong

The Las Vegas neighborhood showed assistance for a guy who lost his other half and the mom of their kids on 1 October FOX5’s Alyssa Deitsch shares how the neighborhood is assisting them cope (watch below).

Las Vegas shows assistance for guy who lost partner on 1 October

The people of Las Vegas share the story of the city and reveal exactly what it suggests to be #VegasStrong. FOX5’s Dave Hall catches their heartfelt response (watch listed below).

Las Vegans share exactly what it suggests to be #VegasStrong
ON SOCIAL MEDIA: Community Responds to 1 October.

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Revitalized ‘Le Rêve’ uses an unique experience

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Tomasz Rossa Le Reve’s balancings are amongst the Strip’s most astonishing feats.

Thursday, Sept. 7, 2017|2 a.m.

“Le Rêve” is commemorating 12 years this summer season, right around 5,700 shows, and while the marine phenomenon at Wynn Las Vegas has actually always been subject to little imaginative updates, its production group just put the finishing touches on a more comprehensive enhancement developed to further contemporize the choreography, music and visual effects over the last year. Outfits are all brand-new. A million-dollar upgrade to the lighting devices brings a new point of view. The music is all brand-new, with 13 fresh songs, and a new scene called “Paso,” heavy on dance on integrated swimming, has been included right after the exhilarating 80-foot dive drop.

What this ways is that now is a fun time to see “Le Rêve,” whether you’ve seen it before or not. And if you do, I recommend thinking about the pricier however distinct “Dream Seating” experience, the leading ring of this dramatic, unique theater-in-the-round. Your seat there is geared up with a screen that supplies views from underneath the surface area of the 1.1 million gallon, 26-foot-deep tank that functions as the phase, in addition to behind-the-scenes looks of what’s happening high above the swimming pool. Somehow the inner workings of this huge production– and sometimes, what might occur next– just increases the enjoyment.

There might have been a time when Vegas visitors mistook “Le Rêve” as a Cirque du Soleil program, comparing it to Bellagio’s “O” or another production due to the fact that of visual resemblances. But I have actually seen both productions now within a few weeks of each other, and aside from the component of water and the reality they’re both developed by Franco Dragone, I see no such similarities. “Le Rêve” has an extremely clear narrative owning the action as the heroine, “The Dreamer,” see-saws back and forth in between her dueling desires for love and passion, mind or body. She checks out both in a journey through a dream realm, backed by far more approachable music carried out live with lyrics sung in English. Cirque reveals enjoy the surreal and move farther into that ocean as the productions go one; “Le Rêve” goes deeper only into its own story and the breath-taking world it develops.

The program’s muscular acrobatics are amongst the Strip’s the majority of mind-blowing feats, and the continuous rise and plunge of characters from the ceiling to the water below is rhythmically hypnotic and, at times, feels quite unsafe. This is not a subtle phenomenon, and its effective, attractive choreography– the things onstage along with exactly what’s occurring in the air and the water– demands attention amid special results and athletic achievements.

“Le Rêve” is performed Friday through Tuesday at 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. at Wynn Theater. Discover more info at wynnlasvegas.com.

Unique counsel named to probe Trump-Russia ties

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J. Scott Applewhite/ AP In this June 19, 2013, file photo, previous FBI Director Robert Mueller testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington.

Published Wednesday, Might 17, 2017|3:07 p.m.

Updated Thirty Minutes ago

WASHINGTON– Besieged from all sides, the Trump administration appointed former FBI Director Robert Mueller Friday evening as an unique counsel to manage the federal examination into allegations Russia and Donald Trump’s campaign collaborated to affect the 2016 governmental election.

The appointment came as Democrats firmly insisted ever more loudly that someone outside Trump’s Justice Department must handle the politically charged investigation. An increasing number of Republicans, too, have actually participated in requiring Congress to dig much deeper, specifically after Trump fired FBI Director James Comey who had been leading the bureau’s probe.

Earlier Wednesday, Trump grumbled in a start address that “no political leader in history” has actually been treated even worse by his opponents, even as exasperated fellow Republicans slowly joined the demand a significant investigation into whether he attempted to quash the FBI’s probe.

Three congressional committees, all led by Republicans, verified they wished to hear from Comey, whose notes about a February conference with the president show Trump advised him to drop the bureau’s examination of fired National Security Consultant Michael Flynn. Congressional private investigators are looking for Comey’s memos, as well as files from the Justice Department related to the shooting.

Many Democrats also were calling for an independent unique counsel, or district attorney.

The current political storm, combined with the still-potent fallout from Trump’s recent disclosure of categorized information to Russian diplomats, eclipsed all else in the capital and beyond. Stocks fell dramatically on Wall Street as financiers stressed that the current turmoil in Washington could hinder Trump’s pro-business program.

Republicans, frustrated by the president’s unrelenting parade of issues, mainly looked for to cool the heated environment with assurances they would get to the bottom of scandals.

“There’s plainly a great deal of politics being played,” House Speaker Paul Ryan stated. “Our task is to get the realities and to be sober about doing that.”

Not impressed, Rep. Elijah Cummings, top Democrat on a crucial Home oversight panel, stated, “Speaker Ryan has shown he has zero, absolutely no, absolutely no appetite for any examination of Donald Trump. He implicated the Republicans of taking fantastic discomforts to “do just humanly possible, just to claim that they’re doing something.”

Interest was barely restricted to the United States No less a commentator than Russia’s Vladimir Putin called the dramatic charges swirling around Trump evidence of “political schizophrenia dispersing in the U.S.” He offered to furnish a “record” of the Trump-diplomats conference in the Oval Workplace if the White House wanted it.

There was no word on exactly what that record might involve, a concern numerous were most likely to raise in light of Trump’s recent caution to Comey that he had “better hope” there were no tapes of a conversation they ‘d had.

The White House contested Comey’s account of the February discussion concerning Flynn, however did not use specifics. A number of members of Congress said that if Trump did recommend that Comey “let this go” relating to Flynn’s Russian contacts, it was most likely simply a joke, light banter.

White Home aides primarily kept an unusual low profile, preventing going on television. Trump did not offer any commentary on Twitter and did not straight deal with the debates throughout a beginning address at the Coast Guard Academy, though he provided a broadside versus the forces he views as working against him.

“No politician in history, and I state this with fantastic surety, has actually been dealt with worse or more unfairly,” he stated. “You can’t let the critics and the cynics get in the way of your dreams. … I think that’s why we won. Hardship makes you stronger. Don’t give in, don’t back down. … And the more exemplary your battle, the more opposition that you will face.”

Questions about Trump’s conduct have actually been installing for weeks, most recently with 2 explosive revelations– that in February the president pushed Comey to drop a federal investigation into Flynn’s contacts with Russia and that he divulged classified information to the senior Russian officials recently.’

Both claims originated from anonymous sources, and the White House fasted to denounce the leakages and reject any impropriety, firmly insisting the president never ever aimed to squelch the Flynn examination nor did he make improper disclosures to the Russians.

Putin, seeing from afar, stated the “progressing political struggle” had gone from something of an amusement to major cause for issue, and he suggested Trump’s critics were stoking anti-Russian sentiment to harm the president.

“These individuals either don’t understand that they are injuring their own country, and because case they are simply dumb,” Putin stated. “Or they do understand everything, and that suggests that they are dangerous and deceitful.”

On Capitol Hill, Comey was clearly the male in need, with three committees working to seat him at their witness tables.

— Your house oversight committee set a May 24 hearing on whether Trump interfered in the FBI probe, and invited Comey to affirm.

— The Senate intelligence committee invited Comey to appear in both open and closed sessions. It also asked acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe to provide the committee any notes Comey may have made regarding conversations he had with White Home or Justice Department officials about Russia’s efforts to influence the election.

— Leading members of the Senate Judiciary Committee asked the FBI to offer any Comey memos and asked the White Home to turn over any audio recordings that might exist of discussions with the now-fired director. They expect to bring in Comey into affirm, also.

Trump is preparing to leave town Friday on his very first foreign journey, and assistants have actually been enthusiastic the journey will be an opportunity for the administration to get back on track after weeks of chaos and interruptions.

Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., hypothesized Trump was probably happy to obtain from town– “and a great deal of us are thankful he’s leaving for a few days.”

His recommendations to the president: “Stay disciplined, remain focused and deliver on the world phase.”

Associated Press writers Deborah Riechmann, Eileen Sullivan, Erica Werner, Matthew Daly and Mary Clare Jalonick added to this report

Comedy Central to air lying comic’s unique

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Steve Rannazzisi takes part Aug. 7 in “The League” panel at the FX Summertime TCA Tour at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, Calif.

Saturday, Sept. 19, 2015|12:06 p.m.

New York–.

Comedy Central has actually chosen to go on with Steve Rannazzisi’s stand-up special after the comic’s admission that he lied about being in the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001.

His special, “Breaking Dad,” was set up to air Saturday. The network said earlier in the day it was making no changes to its schedule, and representative Steve Albani said there would be no extra comment.

Rannazzisi lost a prominent endorsement handle Buffalo Wild Wings, which pulled its commercials including Rannazzisi after the admission.

The comic apologized for the incorrect story. He had stated in interviews that leaving the terrorist attacks was a vital factor in his choice to transfer to California and begin a show company career.