MGM Resorts International on Friday released the audio recording of a security guard reporting the Las Vegas Strip shooting.
It’s been almost two weeks since the “Las Vegas shooting.” It still doesn’t feel real.
Despite Mandalay Bay shooter Stephen Paddock’s well-documented gambling history, he had no known gambling debts, Sheriff Joe Lombardo said in an extensive interview Tuesday with the Las Vegas Review-Journal.
Las Vegas police released new details Monday about what occurred in the days and minutes before the mass shooting on the Strip, raising new questions about why it took about an hour for officers to enter the gunman’s hotel suite.
Nevada’s initiative funding has steadily declined from $10.5 million in fiscal year 2004 to $2.8 million in fiscal year 2017.
An explosive compound known as Tannerite was found in Las Vegas mass shooter Stephen Paddock’s car and home is believed to have previously been used in an alleged terrorist bombing in New York City.
Las Vegas Strip mass murderer Stephen Paddock used his Mandalay Bay hotel room to spray massive aviation fuel tanks with bullets Sunday night, a knowledgeable source told the Las Vegas Review-Journal.
Stephen Paddock, the gunman who rained bullets on the Route 91 Harvest festival on Sunday night, spent decades stockpiling weapons and ammunition, and he “meticulously” planned the night he sprayed gunfire from his room at the Mandalay Bay on a crowd of concertgoers on the Strip, Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo said Wednesday.
About 10 p.m. Sunday, Raymond Page heard the first gunshots. The Henderson man grabbed his phone, turned it on and started recording.
At a Tuesday evening news conference, Undersheriff Kevin McMahill showed a few minutes of footage compiled from a few of the 67 body cameras worn by Metro officers on Sunday night.