Some Las Vegas Strip restaurants are adding a COVID-19 surcharge to their bills to help offset the additional costs of reopening. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Steve Sisolak and Joe Robbins speak to the crowd at the Clark County Government Center Amphitheater to remember the victims of the 1 Oct. shooting that occurred in 2017 at the Route 91 festival. (Michael Quine and Nathan Asselin/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak and Joe Robbins speak to the crowd at the Clark County Government Center Amphitheater to remember the victims of the 1 Oct. shooting that occurred in 2017 at the Route 91 festival. (Michael Quine and Nathan Asselin/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
On October 1, 2017, Las Vegas police officer Casey Clarkson working overtime at the Route 91 festival when a gunman opened fire. Clarkson was shot in the neck.
Newly released body camera footage from the Route 91 Harvest festival shooting contains additional examples of the many radio troubles Las Vegas police experienced during the massive emergency response.
An officer who left Route 91 goes to get equipment from his police car. He gets his rifle and runs back to the site, giving warning to everyone he encounters to take cover.
Video from the night of the October 1 shooting of the Route 91 Festival via a camera from the Mandalay Bay.
Las Vegas Strip Bus Drivers Share Their Experiences From The Oct. 1 Shooting
Review-Journal reporters Elaine Wilson, Jeff German and Rachel Crosby go over the new developments surrounding Douglas Haig and casino security measures.
Review-Journal reporters Elaine Wilson, Rachel Crosby and Colton Lochhead discuss the new details revealed during a press conference on the Las Vegas mass shooting.
Lombardo: “We do not anticipate charges against Marilou Danley”
Crime scene photos contained in the preliminary report on the Oct. 1, 2017, shooting in Las Vegas show the hotel room used by gunman Stephen Paddock at Mandalay Bay on the Strip.
Review-Journal reporters Elaine Wilson, Rachel Crosby and Briana Erickson go over the latest stories and provide three month updates on some of the victims.
Review-Journal reporters Elaine Wilson and Rachel Crosby go over the latest stories on the October 1st mass shooting on the Las Vegas Strip.
Craig Drummond, an attorney at Drummond Law Firm in Las Vegas, discusses the Nevada Supreme Court decision on Humphries v. New York-New York Hotel & Casino and the impact it will have on litigation against Mandalay Bay on Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017. (Joel Angel Juarez/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @jajuarezphoto
Lawyer Robert Eglet explains the 5 types of victims that could receive compensation as a result of the Oct. 1 mass shooting in Las Vegas. Elaine Wilson/Las Vegas Review-Journal
New video of the Las Vegas Mass Shooting from Forbes Riley on Facebook.
Review-Journal reporters Elaine Wilson, Rachel Crosby, Colton Lochhead and Brian Joseph sit down to discuss the latest news on the Las Vegas Mass Shooting.
Where is Jesus Campos? MGM Resorts International seems to know. The whereabouts of the 24-year-old Mandalay Bay security guard, who first encountered mass shooter Stephen Paddock and was shot in the leg by the gunman, has been unknown since he failed to show up to five television interviews scheduled Thursday by the International Union, Security, Police and Fire Professionals of America. MGM told the Review-Journal in a Tuesday email: “Jesus Campos wants to tell his story at a time and place of his choosing. He’s asked that everyone respect his request for privacy. We could not be more proud of Jesus.”
Lawyers representing shooting victim Rachel Sheppard explained the details of the lawsuit filed against MGM Resorts International, the estate of Stephen Paddock, a bump stock maker and the concert host at the Regional Justice Center in Las Vegas.
Rachel Sheppard, whose lawyers filed a lawsuit against MGM Resorts International, the concert host and a bump stock maker, survived after being shot three times at the Route 91 Harvest festival. Her mother tells her story from the Las Vegas Regional Justice Center.
At a news briefing on Oct. 13 in Las Vegas, Metropolitan Police Department Sheriff Joe Lombardo said there is no conspiracy with any parties involved where the timeline of the Route 91 Harvest festival shooting is concerned.
Sheriff Joe Lombardo of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department gets emotional as he talks about two officers, Brady Cook and Samuel Wittwer, who were injured in the line of duty during the Route 91 Harvest festival shooting on Oct. 1.
The maintenance worker caught in the initial hallway gunfire of Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock said he shut off the elevators in Mandalay Bay and helped to direct police to Paddock’s room.
One week after the Oct. 1 mass shooting in Las Vegas, the Strip went dark for 11 minutes in honor of the victims. One of the victims, Brennan Stewart, recorded this song, “You Should Be Here,” before he died. This song was shared by the family and with permission of the writers, Cole Swindell and Ashley Gorley.
A Northern California truck company owner is among those killed in the attack on the Route 91 Harvest country festival. Friends and family of Kurt Von Tillow gathered near his Cameron Park County Club golf course home on Tuesday to mourn the loss. Von Tillow owned a trucking company, which neighbors said he would sometimes take routes out across the country to Connecticut to see his family. “I never, ever, ever saw him in a bad mood,” Brent Hutchings, a neighbor, told the Sacramento Bee. “Everyone loved him. He was the life of the party and he laughed at everything with this really distinctive boisterous laugh.”
Pati Mestas, 67, of Menifee, California, was killed as she stood near the Route 91 Harvest country music festival stage, doing one of her favorite things. “Pati loved country (music) concerts,” said Isa Bahu, a close friend of more than 10 years. “Brooks and Dunn one of the first (concerts) we went to, and it was one of the best concerts that we went to.”
In addition to going to country music concerts, Mestas loved spending time with her grandchildren. “She lived for those kids,” Bahu said. “She went too soon.”
Brett Schwanbeck, 61, was fatally shot Sunday in the attack on the Route 91 Harvest Festival. Brett Schwanbeck was no stranger to the great outdoors. As a father he took his two sons on countless expeditions to camp, hunt, fish and ride dirt bikes. “He liked to be where no one else was at. He liked to get lost out in the middle of the woods,” his youngest son Shawn Schwanbeck told the Review-Journal Wednesday. “My dad was the funnest guy in the world to be around.”
Keri Galvan was enjoying the Route 91 Harvest Festival with her husband and their friends when she was cut down by gunfire. The 31-year-old from Thousand Oaks, California, left behind three children. Galvan’s sister and Las Vegas resident Lindsey Poole, described her as a devoted wife and mother. “Her days started and ended with doing everything in her power to be a wonderful mother,” Poole said in a post.
An Aliso Viejo, California, resident is among those killed in the attack on Route 91 Harvest country music festival. Victor Link, a 55-year-old originally from Shafter, California, was “the best dad any son could ever have,” Christian Link, who identified himself as Link’s son. Link was attending the festival with his fiance, Lynne Gonzales, and longtime friends, Rob and Lesley Wedlock, when he was shot and killed during the Jason Aldean concert on Sunday. “Victor was a loving fiance, proud father, loyal son, protective brother, supportive uncle and kind friend. We wish to express our gratitude to all that have helped contribute to Victor’s extraordinary life. Whether you were a relative, friend, or neighbor, you we’re all a part of making his life so meaningful,” a statement released by Link’s family said.