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Las Vegas Strip shooting survivor urges Senate to ban bump stocks

Three survivors from the Las Vegas Strip shooting appeared Wednesday at the first congressional hearing on “bump stocks” as a federal agency announced it would review legal classification of the devices following the tragedy in Nevada.

Senate hearing on gun accessories delayed to examine reporting to FBI

A Senate hearing on firearm accessories like those used in the Las Vegas Strip shooting has been delayed to examine enforcement of reporting to the FBI database — an issue at the heart of the church massacre in Texas.

How the FBI and ATF are aiding the Las Vegas shooting investigation

A painstaking investigation is being carried out by federal agencies assisting Las Vegas law enforcement piecing together a puzzle left by a sniper responsible for the mass shooting at the Route 91 Harvest music festival.

Orlando helps Las Vegas recover after shooting

Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer woke up early that Monday morning three weeks ago, to a text message asking if he had Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman’s phone number.

After Las Vegas shooting, Congress debates gun control again

A debate over bump stocks — devices that allowed semi-automatic rifles to fire at rapid speed during the Las Vegas shooting — will continue this week on Capitol Hill as lawmakers grapple with the politically stinging issue of gun control.

Las Vegas tragedy on scale no one has ever known, Gov. Sandoval says

Gov. Brian Sandoval spoke emotionally on Monday while praising the efforts of first responders and Las Vegas residents who assisted victims of the Oct. 1 shooting that killed 58 people and wounded nearly 500 others.

Las Vegas shooting could create push for Nevada gun legislation

Just as the Sandy Hook school shooting prompted efforts to regulate gun policies in Nevada in 2013, the mass shooting in Las Vegas on Oct. 1 will likely result in a new push when the Legislature convenes in 2019.