It’s been a month since a gunman aimed a hail of automatic gunfire toward thousands of country music fans on the Strip, killing 58 and injuring over 500 more, but the concert grounds have sat as if frozen in time as a large and public crime scene.
A court order has been blamed for keeping Route 91 Harvest festival vendors from retrieving equipment and merchandise left at MGM Resorts International’s concert venue during the panic of the Strip shooting.
A Metropolitan Police Department officer accidentally discharged his weapon inside the Mandalay Bay gunman’s suite the night of the Oct. 1 mass shooting, the Clark County sheriff confirmed Monday.
Questions loom about what drove heavy gambler Stephen Paddock to carry out his diabolical plot and fire into a crowd of Las Vegas concert-goers, but the answers may not be known for months — or even years.
Experts plan to photograph and diagram the Route 91 Harvest concert venue, where 58 people were fatally shot and hundreds were injured, on Tuesday.
Laura Shipp’s Dodger fandom was a theme at the 50-year-old single mother’s celebration of life Sunday at Westlake Village Inn. The reception room filled with around 300 family members and friends, most dressed in Dodger blue, to remember the Las Vegas woman who was one of the 58 killed Oct. 1 at the Route 91 Harvest festival.
Riding on the back of her husband, Eddie’s Harley-Davidson motorcycle, Gloria Avila secured the urn containing the ashes of her niece, Route 91 Harvest festival shooting victim Denise Cohen. Above the gold etched flowers, Gloria tied fluffy white angel wings in a bow. She held the urn tightly to her chest as she and Eddie, clad in a black denim biker jacket, rode to Santa Barbara Community Church.
After the mass shooting on the Strip, a California man raced to Las Vegas to find his wife.
Nearly a month has passed since the Route 91 Harvest festival mass shooting on the Las Vegas Strip, but we’re left with many unanswered questions.
Fifty-eight people killed. More than 500 injured. And yet, nearly a month after the Las Vegas Strip experienced the worst mass shooting in modern American history, local and federal authorities are now refusing to fill in the blanks.