Here are your Friday morning headlines:
1. An air traffic controller at the Route 91 Harvest festival warned McCarran that shots were being fired during the Oct. 1 shooting. Christina Stewart hid behind a concrete building and called her colleagues inside the air traffic control tower. She told them there was an active shooter situation, and to divert all planes and helicopters. Eventually, all 25 diverted flights landed safely in Las Vegas once flights resumed around 12:40 a.m.
2. Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo spoke with the Las Vegas Review-Journal editorial board on Tuesday, and discussed details surrounding the Las Vegas shooting. Lombardo recounted the new, revised time line, and showed frustration over unanswered questions. Police are still working on a motive for the gunman, over a week after the shooting.
3. Online retailer Zappos will cover the funeral costs of any of the 58 families affected by the Oct. 1 shooting who approach the company. The company, also will match up to $1 million donated through crowdrise.com. As of Thursday, the company had raised about $348,000.