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Security rules at Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon after Las Vegas shooting

The Metropolitan Police Department will have increased presence at Sunday’s Rock ’n’ Roll Marathon, and organizers expect security to be tight as ever. Police have planned for multiple scenarios at the marathon, and prepared safeguards and responses for each one, Capt. Andy Walsh said.

Las Vegas visitors, residents stunned by news of Texas shooting

Seeking closure, 38-year-old California resident James Marrs was returning to Las Vegas for the first time since the Oct. 1 country music festival shooting. Marrs had been driving for about two hours when the news alert flashed on his phone screen: “Deadly shooting at Texas church.”

A month later, Las Vegas shooting crime scene still frozen in time

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.

Firm to review jet fuel tanks after Las Vegas shooting

A leading aviation consultant has been hired to review the safety of McCarran International Airport’s fuel system after one of its jet fuel tanks was struck by rifle fire during the deadly mass shooting on the Las Vegas Strip.

Route 91 vendors can’t retrieve goods at Las Vegas shooting 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.

Weapons, poison, even bodies can turn up in Las Vegas hotel rooms

After the Las Vegas Strip shooting, questions remain for how over a week’s time the shooter smuggled an arsenal of weapons into a hotel room. But the shooter is not the only person to use the privacy that comes with a hotel room in the Las Vegas Valley.

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