An Arizona man who pleaded guilty to manufacturing ammo sold to the gunman who carried out the Route 91 shooting in Las Vegas was sentenced to prison Tuesday afternoon.
1 October News
Latest headlines on the mass shooting on the Las Vegas Strip
The names of all 58 1 October victims were read aloud at the Las Vegas healing garden on the second anniversary of the shooting.
For the last two years in October, the Fraser family has traveled from La Palma, California to remember a loved one who died in the Las Vegas shooting.
LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -- In 2017, FOX5 created a documentary dedicated to the victims and heroes of the worst mass shooting in modern U.S history. You can watch the full documentary below. #VegasStrong
A Las Vegas man is making sure the victims of the 1 October shooting are honored and remembered, so he helped build a memorial for Melissa Ramirez.
In time for the second anniversary of the 1 October shooting, the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles will make "Vegas Strong" license plates available for purchase.
A Las Vegas judge has allowed a class-action lawsuit against Slide Fire Solutions, LP to move forward in Nevada District Court on behalf of a 1 October shooting victim, according to court documents.
LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -- Days before the two-year anniversary of 1 October, Governor Steve Sisolak and the Clark County Commission announced the creation of a committee to spearhead the planning of a memorial for the tragedy.
Clark County said Greg Zanis of Crosses for Losses would return to the Las Vegas area for the second anniversary of the 1 October shooting.
Nearly all 58 people killed in the Oct. 1, 2017 mass shooting left behind children. A couple who lost their daughter in the shooting wants to help them.
Trial is being postponed for an Arizona man accused of illegally manufacturing bullets sold to the gunman who staged the Las Vegas Strip shooting in 2017.
LAS VEGAS (AP) -- The FBI has concluded its investigation into the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history without determining a motive.
LAS VEGAS (FOX5) – A Las Vegas attorney representing thousands of 1 October survivors and many of the victims’ families said the guns used during the mass shooting should not be destroyed.
(CNN) -- Since their loved ones were killed in the Las Vegas shooting in October 2017, the families of the 58 people who died have faced a difficult decision: Should the shooter's guns be sold and the proceeds given to the families? Or should the guns be destroyed?