A Northern Nevada real estate agent purchased mass murderer Stephen Paddock’s Reno home Thursday, nine months after it was placed on the market.
Las Vegas Strip gunman Stephen Paddock’s house in Mesquite has been sold.
Malinda Baldridge wore the sweater that night, tied around her waist. She brought it along in case she or her daughter got chilly at the Route 91 Harvest festival.
Dr. Ivan Goldsmith, a weight loss specialist, is accused of using his access to the state’s Prescription Monitoring Program in an “incompetent, unskillful or negligent manner” by looking up Stephen Paddock’s patient profile on five occasions.
The listing for a house here touts plenty of selling points — breathtaking views, generous lot sizes and upgraded granite countertops. What’s not mentioned? The former owner is one of the most infamous mass murderers in U.S. history.
Hundreds of Oct. 1 shooting survivors, their family members and friends flooded the ghost town of Nelson on Sunday.
Natalie Grumet, who suffered a gunshot wound to her face during the Oct. 1 shooting, got a check Saturday from Down N Dirty Hat Co. owner Bart Godinez. He created a special cowboy hat as a fundraiser.
State officials are encouraging people who attended the Route 91 Harvest festival on Oct. 1 to apply for assistance from a state program for crime victims.
Wherever there is a mass casualty crime, you’ll probably find Jeff Dion on the scene just about immediately after — just as he was in Las Vegas Oct. 5, four days after the Oct. 1 shooting.
Roy McClellan, who had worked odd jobs, had good days and he had bad days before the festival, his wife said. But the shooting’s aftermath was a blow, worsening his existing troubles. Then, on Nov. 17, she learned he’d been killed. A driver on State Route 160 in Pahrump hit him and sped away.