A group of about 150 survivors of the Oct. 1 Route 91 Harvest Festival shooting delivered a recurring message Tuesday: “What about us?”
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.
The Las Vegas Victims Fund committee is holding two town hall meetings Tuesday to get input on the draft protocols it released Nov. 16, outlining who should receive donations following the Oct. 1 shooting.
Just days after the Oct. 1 Strip massacre, a Nevada Supreme Court panel issued a decision that could sharpen questions about the adequacy of security at Mandalay Bay and increase its liability.
Marc Minami thinks he knows a deal when he sees one. In the middle of October, the Las Vegas resident bought a bump stock — named for how it causes a gun to bump its trigger against a shooter’s finger for quicker firing — online for about $200.
Victims and survivors of the Oct. 1 Las Vegas shooting can expect to start receiving money raised on their behalf through the Las Vegas Victims Fund around March.
At a hearing Friday, Probate Commissioner Wesley Yamashita is scheduled to consider a request to have Clark County Public Administrator John Cahill take control of Stephen Paddock’s assets, records show
Mandalay Bay is adding to its security even as it cuts hours of other employees.
Boyd Gaming is informing guests at all its properties that hotel personnel will enter a room if a “Do Not Disturb” sign is left on a door for more than 48 hours.
Should lawsuits filed against MGM Resorts International over the Oct. 1 Strip shooting result in judgments against the company, executives believe their insurance will cover any losses.