Las Vegas shooting victims file lawsuit against bump stock makers

By Tina Bellon NEW YORK, Oct 11 : A lawsuit seeking to represent the victims of the Las Vegas rampage, the deadliest mass shooting in modern US history, was filed against the makers of so-called bump stocks, which the shooter used to achieve a near-automatic rate of fire. The proposed class action lawsuit, filed in […]

New timeline in Vegas shooting raises questions on police response

By Tim Reid and Alex Dobuzinskis Undate, Oct 10 : Las Vegas police faced new questions on Tuesday about their response to this month’s mass shooting at an outdoor concert, a day after a county sheriff disclosed the gunman shot a security guard before, not after, opening fire on a concert crowd below his window […]

Las Vegas concert-goers claim personal items left after massacre

By Sharon Bernstein LAS VEGAS, Oct 9 : The FBI on Sunday started returning thousands of purses, phones and other property left behind by concert-goers in Las Vegas fleeing the deadliest mass shooting in modern US history, as the Red Cross stepped up efforts to reach those traumatized by the Oct. 1 massacre. Investigators still […]

Gunfire from Las Vegas mass shooting pierced jet fuel tank

By Alexandria Sage LAS VEGAS, Oct 7 : Two bullets fired during the mass shooting in Las Vegas struck a large jet fuel storage tank at the edge of McCarran International Airport, and one round pierced the tank, but there was no fire or explosion, an airport spokesman said on Friday. Airport authorities declined to […]

Blood donors from around world line up to help Las Vegas victims

By Lisa Girion LAS VEGAS, Oct 4 : The woman from Nova Scotia, Canada, who slid into the backseat of Paul Hwangpo’s car got right to the point: Take me to the nearest blood bank. It was not a typical request for an Uber driver in America’s capital of gambling, all-you-can-eat buffets and spangled entertainment. […]

Navy veteran who survived Afghanistan dies in Las Vegas shooting

By Chris Kenning Undated, Oct 4 : A few months before he was killed in the deadliest mass shooting in modern US history, Christopher Roybal tried to explain the toll of combat in Afghanistan on those serving in the American military. “What’s it like to be shot at? It’s a nightmare no amount of drugs, […]