MGM Resorts, Owner Of Mandalay Bay, Sues Victims Of Las Vegas ShootingMGM Resorts International is suing more than 1,000 victims and other survivors of last year's mass shooting in Las Vegas,
New Videos Show Las Vegas Police Helping People Duck GunfireWith bullet still flying, some officers began to tend to some of the most seriously wounded victims.
WATCH: Body Cam Video Released Of Police Entering Hotel Room In Vegas ShootingThe footage comes after authorities revealed the first officer on the scene of the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history didn't activate his body-worn camera.
Post-Vegas Shooting Security Concerns At Coachella Music FestivalCoachella is the first major outdoor music festival since the Las Vegas massacre last October and security will be a top priority.
Officer Injured In Vegas Shooting Gets Surprise Gift That Could Be 'Helpful' In 'Hard, Long Road' To RecoveryOntario police officer Michael Gracia was caught off guard at his grandmother's house Thursday when he found his fellow cops inside. He was even more surprised about what came next.
Surveillance Video Shows Las Vegas Gunman Days Before MassacreLas Vegas gunman Stephen Paddock's movements within the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino were captured in security video in the days leading up to the massacre.
Brother Of Vegas Shooter To Stand Trial On Child Porn Charge In LABruce Paddock was arrested just weeks after his brother shot and killed 58 people on the Las Vegas strip.
'Shoot A School Kid Only $29': Vegas Gun Range Billboard VandalizedA freeway-side billboard for a Vegas gun range was vandalized to change an advertisement inviting tourists to fire an assault-style rifle.
Autopsy Gives No Insight On Motive In Las Vegas Mass ShootingThe report released Friday showed gunman Stephen Paddock had anti-anxiety drugs in his system but was not under the influence of them.
Man Who Sold Ammo To Las Vegas Shooter Charged With Making Armor-Piercing BulletsUnfired armor-piercing bullets found inside the Las Vegas hotel room where the attack was launched on Oct. 1 contained the fingerprints of ammunition dealer Douglas Haig of Arizona.
'I Couldn’t Detect Anything Wrong' Says Man Who Sold Ammo To Vegas ShooterDouglas Haig says if he has a sense of bad intent or something illegal going down, he refuses service.