President Donald Trump visited bedsides at University Medical Center and the headquarters of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department on Wednesday in the wake of Sunday nights shooting massacre.
The brother of Strip shooter Stephen Paddock said Wednesday he is trying to raise $1 million for the victims of the mass killings outside the Mandalay Bay.
In the shadow of the worst mass shooting in modern history, Las Vegas is hosting the world’s largest gaming convention with nearly 150 panels. But of the handful of speakers slated to address security concerns at the Global Gaming Expo this week, nearly all are focused on protecting casinos from dangers such as cyber threats, frivolous lawsuits and scams.
Diazepam, the anti-anxiety medicine prescribed for Las Vegas gunman less than four months before the mass shooting, has a deserved reputation as a Jekyll-and-Hyde drug, calming some and causing others to become more aggressive.
Casey Clarkson, a 32-year-old Las Vegas police officer who was injured at the Route 91 country music festival, was seated Wednesday next to first lady Melania Trump at a news conference inside police headquarters.
Before the 32nd-floor window of Mandalay Bay was obliterated, the night hadn’t been particularly eventful for Glen Simpson, an emergency medical responder. That was before 64-year-old Stephen Paddock fired an automatic-style rifle into a crowd of 22,000 concertgoers Sunday.
Las Vegas visitors talk about the Strip shooting and how it will impact their view of Las Vegas.
We knew the day would come. It was inevitable. But most of us thought the horror wreaked Sunday would come from overseas, not some gambling geezer living in a retirement community in Mesquite.
As President Donald Trump met with the victims and heroes of Sunday’s mass shooting, Rep. Dina Titus “personally delivered” to White House staff a letter inviting him to meet with the Gun Violence Prevention Task Force, a group established by the Democratic Caucus after the 2012 Sandy Hook elementary school shooting.
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.