Man labeled 'person of interest' in search warrants says he didn't detect anything wrong with Vegas shooter
Man mistakenly outed in unsealed search warrant relating to Las Vegas mass shooter Stephen Paddock tells CBS he didn't detect anything wrong with the man when selling him ammunition.
While Stephen Paddock has been identified as the lone gunman in the Oct. 1 massacre, and authorities had been looking at his girlfriend as a person of interest, a new name emerged when the court mistakenly failed to redact a name from the warrants.
For months, there has been uncertainty over the timeline of the October mass shooting in Las Vegas. Now, police have released a final report that answers most of the questions. But not all of them.
On May 18 — about four months before the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history unfolded on the Las Vegas Strip — gunman Stephen Paddock was thinking about San Diego.
Las Vegas shooter began to act 'strangely' leading up to carnage, girlfriend says, as motive remains a mystery
Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo addresses media for first time in three months regarding mass shooting in Las Vegas.
Vegas gunman’s girlfriend told investigators her fingerprints would probably be on ammo. And they were
Judge unseals more than 300 pages of search warrants and affidavits directed toward Stephen Paddock, the Las Vegas mass shooter, and girlfriend Marilou Danley.
A Murrieta couple who grew closer after surviving the Las Vegas shooting Oct. 1 has died in a car crash not far from their home, relatives and authorities said.
Las Vegas, which relies on tourism, walks the delicate line of trying to lure tourists back in the wake of the shooting while at the same time acknowledging the hurt, worries and fears that came with it
In the wake of tragedy, Las Vegas and the wine country in California are trying to bring tourists back while remaining sensitive to the losses suffered.
Las Vegas casino and hotel operators say the mass shooting on Oct. 1 has not had a major impact on conferences, meetings and hotel occupancy.
Lawyers representing more than 450 victims of the Oct. 1 Las Vegas massacre filed multiple lawsuits Monday in Los Angeles County Superior Court.
Las Vegas shooter had been losing money for two years and 'was going in the wrong direction,' sheriff says
Sheriff Joe Lombardo says the Las Vegas shooter was a narcissist who had been depressed and losing money, but he's still not sure what prompted the Oct. 1 attack that left 58 people dead.
Sheri Sletten spent weeks trying to find the man she helped save during the Vegas shooting, even hiring a private investigator to find him. Then she did and the reunion almost a month later was an emotional release and relief to her.
He was planning on proposing marriage to her, but then the shooting at Route 91 Harvest Festival in Las Vegas changed all that.
Las Vegas police have tried to clarify the timeline around the Oct. 1 mass shooting at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino. But the new answers leave the most persistent question remaining: What took the police so long to close in on the gunman's room?
Dodgers ballgirls Christina Zambrana and Amy Moore will make their postseason debuts during Game 2 of the National League Championship Series. The two are fortunate to get the opportunity after surviving the tragic shooting at the Route 91 Harvest Music Festival in Las Vegas.
Mandalay Bay management says Las Vegas rampage began 'within 40 seconds' after security guard reported shooting
The management of the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino, in its first detailed statement on the timeline of the Oct. 1 mass shooting in Las Vegas, said the shooting rampage began within 40 seconds of the shooting of one of its security guards.
New disclosure shows a casino guard alerted hotel to gunman before Vegas massacre began. So why did it take so long to stop him?
Before the Las Vegas massacre began, a wounded Mandalay Bay casino hotel security guard called hotel officials to warn them about a gunman on the 32nd floor, an investigator told the Los Angeles Times.
In the lonely world of video poker that Las Vegas gunman Stephen Paddock called home, it's not a matter of outguessing an opponent. It's purely beating the odds. Paddock thought he knew how to do that.
Like any mass shooting, the lawsuits have started in the days since the shooting at Mandalay Bay. The investigation is ongoing, but that's not stopping people from filing suits.
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority launches an ad in the wake of the mass shooting, feature Twitter posts from people who vow to return.
After tragedies, sports teams often become points of pride. Las Vegas has never had a major sports team until the Golden Knights kicked off their season. The city, it turns out, has needed them more than they realized
Tourists coming to Las Vegas add stops at memorials to victims of deadly shooting to their itineraries
Visitors to Las Vegas are stopping at three memorials that have popped up to mourn the 58 people who lost their lives in deadly shootings on Oct. 1.
Among those who died in the Las Vegas mass shooting was Andrea Castilla, a Huntington Beach resident killed while celebrating her birthday. At the pier in her hometown, survivors of the attack were scattered in the crowd of hundreds.
At least 58 people were killed and more than 500 others injured after a gunman opened fire Sunday night at a country music festival across the street from the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino on the Las Vegas Strip, authorities said. What you need to know: The mystery of Stephen Paddock -- gambler, real estate investor, mass killer Who were the victims ? A special education teacher. An off-duty police officer. 'The best dad.' How a Las Vegas concert went from melody to mayhem
Police now say a security guard was shot at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino six minutes before the deadly assault that left 58 concertgoers dead and injured nearly 500 others
The death toll from Sunday’s massacre in Las Vegas cut through a cross-section of America. The fallen had come from 14 states and two Canadian provinces. More than half, 33, were from California.
No one on either side of the gun debate knows exactly when or why Trump shifted from support for gun controls. Yet he has become one of the most forceful pro-gun presidents in decades. Las Vegas is complicating that image.
A longtime property manager for Las Vegas gunman Stephen Paddock portrayed him as a highly intelligent man who dealt with people with a tremendous sense of humor.
The gunman who opened fire on a country music festival in Las Vegas did not have help from a second attacker, officials said.
For second time in two years, the same message from his fiancee: 'Active shooter.' And so began a night of hell in Vegas
For the second time in his life, the firefighter got a text from his fiance: "Active shooter." They were both in Vegas - she was at the concert, he was at Luxor. He spent the night helping victims while also trying to stay in touch with her by phone. It was a night of hell.
We ask what can be done to stop mass shootings. The proper question is what can be done to lower the number of incidents and reduce the harm from each one.
Mandalay Bay gunman spent two weeks in Las Vegas before killings; researched outdoor concerts in other large cities
Police said they are aware of reports Thursday that the Las Vegas gunman also booked rooms this summer in a Chicago hotel overlooking Lollapalooza, one of the nation’s largest music festivals, as investigators try to retrace the killer’s steps in the days and weeks before the attack.
Kevin Lee is fighting Costa Mesa’s Tony Ferguson in Saturday night’s UFC 216 main event at T-Mobile Arena, a card expected to draw more than 10,000 fans just a few blocks north from where Stephen Paddock opened fire on a crowd at the Route 91 country music festival.
In a visit with victims and first responders in Las Vegas on Wednesday, President Trump praised those who rushed into action during the massacre that claimed 58 lives.
A federal source told the Los Angeles Times on Wednesday that while Paddock first began buying guns two decades ago, the majority of the at least 47 guns he owned were bought since October 2016
A 27-year-old San Diego woman who lost an eye in the mass shooting Sunday remains in critical condition, a family friend said. Her boyfriend carried her to safety after she was shot.
A Marine veteran knew Las Vegas shooting victims needed to get to a hospital right away, so he commandeered a truck.
New details emerged Tuesday about Las Vegas mass shooter Stephen Paddock and his weapons, his girlfriend and his past.
What we know about Stephen Paddock, the 64-year-old gunman who shot and killed at least 59 people and wounded 500 others in Las Vegas.
In Las Vegas, the Strip is still full and gamblers are still at their machines just up the street from the mass shooting at the Route 91 Harvest Festival. There are few flowers at the scene, and the mourning is taking place among the tourist attractions.
Blog posts filled with rumors and even threads from 4chan have been presented on Google and Facebook alongside legitimate news stories about the Las Vegas shooting, illustrating the challenge of stopping the spread of false information in the critical early moments of a breaking news story.
Nevada is no stranger to gun law reform efforts and the political battles that ensue. Last year, voters in the state narrowly passed Question 1, an initiative that required most private buyers and sellers of guns to conduct a background check through a licensed dealer.
Southbound lanes of the Strip, site of the deadly Sunday night shooting in Las Vegas, have reopened to traffic as of Thursday afternoon.
Bakersfield couple Jack and Laurie Beaton were happily celebrating their 23rd anniversary at the Route 91 Harvest festival in Las Vegas when the shooting began.
The mass shooting in Las Vegas highlights, once again, a nation too willing to put up with gun violence. To the point that we have ritualized the experience: Shock, offers of prayers, crackpot excuses for yet more guns, and in the end, the table remains set for the next one.
In the wake of the Las Vegas shooting a theater critic asks: Can we see a concert, movie or play without fear of mass violence anymore? At what point does the right to bear arms infringe on our First Amendment right to peaceably assemble? To connect with others over music, story or art? To live?
The latest attack at a musical event is horrifying but will not change our need to connect through the songs we love.
She was shot by a sniper in 1966. The Las Vegas massacre brings her pain — and anger about inaction on guns
A far bigger issue than mass shootings is the daily toll of gun violence, most of which doesn’t make headlines.
Parts of the Las Vegas Strip are open for business, including many hotels, after a deadly mass shooting Sunday night. But parts of the Strip road remain closed.
Arthur B. Alphin is all to acquainted wit the trigonometry of terror. The West Point graduate and retired colonel has testified about ballistics in multiple mass shootings. He says the killer couldn't have picked targets, but knew enough to hold a steady kill zone that guaranteed high casualties.
If the National Rifle Assn. has its way, the connection will continue unabated. But there are fissures within the country music community
At first, they thought it was fireworks — but it wasn't. How a Las Vegas concert went from melody to mayhem
Witnesses describe the panic, the bloodshed and the heroics that accompanied a gunman's rampage across an outdoor country concert in Las Vegas.
Army veteran risked his life to save others at Las Vegas concert massacre, but don't call him a hero
Army veteran risked his life to save others at Las Vegas concert massacre, but don't call him a hero
President Trump called for unity in the face of "an act of pure evil" in a somber address from the White House on Monday, hours after the worst mass shooting in modern U.S. history, at a country music concert on the famed Las Vegas Strip.
Las Vegas, the mecca of fantasy, gets a grotesque reminder that no place in America is safe from guns
Las Vegas has always been the ultimate American escape fantasy – escape from worry, escape from sobriety, escape from the restraints of puritanical sexuality. But the sickening events of Sunday have shown, once again, that there is really no such thing as a safe public space.
In disasters, presidents look for solutions. In gun disasters, they are constrained by the angry disagreements among Americans
The violence that unfolded in the shadow of the Mandalay Bay hotel Sunday night in Las Vegas was like war, said Los Angeles firefighter Robert Hayes.
The nation awakened Monday morning to learn that a gunman opened fire at an outdoor country musical festival last night near the Las Vegas strip, killing at least 58 people, and injuring more than 500 — — the deadliest mass shooting in modern American history.
Multiple people are being treated for gunshot wounds in Las Vegas after at least one shooter opened fire at the Mandalay Bay hotel and casino.