1 October News
Latest headlines on the mass shooting on the Las Vegas Strip
Police in Las Vegas released more body-camera video showing gun-toting officers searching casino floors and hotel rooms after a gunman shot and killed 58 people at an outdoor concert.
A federal grand jury in Las Vegas indicted Douglas Haig with one count of engaging in the business of manufacturing ammunition without a license, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office.
Police have made public 22 more video clips of body-worn camera footage showing gun-wielding officers encountering tourists on Las Vegas Boulevard after the Oct. 1 shooting that killed 58 people and injured hundreds.
Las Vegas Metro police released a new batch of videos from the night of the Route 91 Festival mass shooting Wednesday afternoon.
The Las Vegas Community Healing Garden, built to honor the victims of 1 October, could soon become a more permanent fixture.
Las Vegas police plan to make public their final report on the shooting that killed 58 people and injured hundreds last year at a country music festival.
Newly released police body camera videos show SWAT teams searching stairways and offices of a Las Vegas hotel and officers directing people to flee a nearby concert venue during a shooting that killed 58 people and injured hundreds last October.
A musician who survived the Route 91 shooting is having his album release party at Stoney's Rocking Country Friday. Stevie Monce says he's bonded with other survivors and has a special place in his heart for Las Vegas.
Police body-worn cameras show officers searching for shooters inside and outside a Las Vegas Strip hotel where a gunman firing from upper-floor windows killed 58 people and injured hundreds in a concert crowd below.
The family Neysa Tonks, one of the 58 victims from 1 October, created a scholarship fund that is eligible for the children of those who were killed at Route 91.
Police have released body camera footage of officers finding a wounded security guard on the same floor of a Las Vegas hotel where a gunman opened fire on a country music festival.
MGM Resorts International has filed lawsuits against more than 1,000 victims of the October 1 mass shooting in Las Vegas claiming the company has no liability for any of the injuries or deaths.
Aerial footage taken after the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history shows the broken windows of a Las Vegas Strip casino-hotel suite.