Ten days have passed and investigators still have no clear sense of what led Stephen Paddock to open fire on a country music festival from his 32nd-floor hotel suite in Las Vegas, killing 58 people and wounding hundreds of others before taking his own life. Multiple officials briefed on the
The investigation into what drove Stephen Paddock to open fire on a music festival in Las Vegas on Sunday is into its fifth day, with ever-mounting questions and few answers. Paddock, the lone suspect according to Las Vegas police, killed himself in the hotel suite he had rented on the 32nd floor
Stephen Paddock booked hotel rooms in Chicago during Lollapalooza and conducted a Google search for "hotels around Fenway Park" in Boston.
As authorities piece together the shooter's final days, survivors start the healing process and parents of an Aurora shooting victim are in Vegas to offer their help.
In August, shooter Stephen Paddock booked rooms at Chicago's Blackstone Hotel for the same dates as the Lollapalooza festival across the street in Grant Park, but he never checked into the hotel.
Here’s the latest on the investigation into the Las Vegas shooting: — At least 59 people, including the shooter, died after Sunday night's mass shooting at a Las Vegas music festival. — The motive remains unknown but police say the attack was "obviously premeditated." — The alleged gunman, Stephen
Officials said Stephen Paddock booked rooms in Chicago during the festival.
A downpour in Los Angeles led to a helicopter rescue for one driver caught in rising flood waters and officials at the Lollapalooza Music Festival in Chicago evacuated crowds early due to rain.
One Chicago pediatric hospital is getting ready for an influx of intoxicated adolescents by running "teen tox" drills, also called "drunk drills" ahead of the music festival Lollapallooza. The Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago typically sees a nine-fold increase in the number of intoxicated
This is what doctors and nurses expect from a typical teenage patient who is intoxicated. Mumbling crying along with vomiting and dehydration. And you. And this may be a common sight and a little more than a week when Lollapalooza comes to town we have to staff ER with higher numbers. We need to. A