A Las Vegas homeowner’s decision to use Halloween decorations to pay honor to the 58 lives lost in the Oct. 1st Route 91 Harvest Music Festival is under controversy.
The Mandalay Bay security guard who sparked national interest after disappearing from the public spotlight surfaced this week on Ellen DeGeneres’ show, revealing new details about the moments before Stephen Paddock began his massacre in Las Vegas.
The Mandalay Bay security guard who slipped out of the public spotlight in the aftermath of the Las Vegas shooting is not a missing person, police told Fox News on Tuesday, amid continuing questions about his whereabouts.
A pregnant woman and her boyfriend who escaped the Las Vegas shooting welcomed their little bundle of joy into the world just two days after they'd been fleeing gunfire.
Nearly two weeks after a gunman unleashed one of the deadliest mass shootings in modern U.S. history, authorities in Las Vegas are still left with more questions than answers.
A Mandalay Bay hotel security guard who ran into Las Vegas gunman Stephen Paddock ahead of last Sunday’s massacre is being hailed a hero after he took the shooter’s first bullet, potentially saving lives ahead of the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history.
Las Vegas cops described in harrowing detail Sunday the tense 12 minutes they spent trying to breach mass murderer Stephen Paddock’s sniper lair — and the paranoia that gripped them once they were inside.
A week after a gunman used the 32nd floor of a Las Vegas hotel as a hunting perch to kill 58 people in what is the deadliest shooting rampage in modern U.S. history, casino magnate Steve Wynn says the gunman was known to staff, seemed like “a rational man,” and that beefing up security, re-training staff and implementing strict “do not disturb” rules are key to keeping visitors safe.
Some law enforcement officials believe that Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock was suffering from an undiagnosed mental illness when he gunned down 58 people from a high-rise sniper's nest during a country music festival, ABC News reported Saturday.
Investigators believe Las Vegas mass shooter Stephen Paddock hired a prostitute in the days leading up to massacre, according to an official briefed by federal law enforcement officials.
A university professor in Las Vegas was filmed in class this week suggesting President Trump deserves some blame for the city’s shooting massacre city because “all he’s done” is “encourage violence.”
The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department on Tuesday released bodycam footage from officers responding to the mass shooting Sunday night at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino.
The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department released body-cam footage of officers on the scene responding at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino where 64-year-old former accountant and millionaire Stephen Paddock shot down at a crowd of 22,000 people at a county music festival Sunday night.
The Las Vegas mass murderer who killed dozens and injured hundreds by shooting them from 32 floors up deliberately planned out his attack, which included installing an unknown number of cameras inside and outside of his hotel room, officials said on Tuesday.
A veteran Marine helped rescue more than a dozen people during the Las Vegas shooting attack Sunday, with quick thinking he credited to his military training.
The Las Vegas shooter sent tens of thousands of dollars “overseas,” federal law enforcement officials told Fox News Tuesday.
An Iraq War veteran staying at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas heard gunshots ringing out nearby late Sunday, and helped alert authorities to the location of the gunman.
The Las Vegas gunman’s exact location took police 72 minutes to reach after the first 911 call.
Stephen Paddock’s ability to kill scores of concert-goers Sunday night came from his use of modified semi-automatic weapons with high-capacity magazines, something that enabled him to shoot hundreds of rounds in just a few minutes.
Law enforcement officials were working Monday to determine what may have motivated a gunman described as "aggressively unfriendly" — with an arsenal of weapons — to kill at least 59 people and wound more than 510 enjoying a country music festival on the Las Vegas Strip.