A federal official says a laptop found in the Las Vegas shooter's hotel suite after the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history was missing a hard drive.
Law enforcement in southern Nevada will be getting $600,000 to pay for overtime in the wake of the Las Vegas Route 91 Harvest Festival shooting.
An off-duty Las Vegas police officer who was killed by a gunman shooting from a hotel into a crowded open-air concert was remembered on Friday with church and graveside ceremonies and a funeral procession.
The Las Vegas resort from which a gunman unleashed the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history has been ordered to preserve photos, surveillance video and gambling records of the shooter and notes by investigators.
Las Vegas shooting victim Heather Warino Alvarado is being memorialized as a devoted wife and mother at a funeral in her southern Utah home town.
Incline Village resident, Stacee Etcheber was one of the victims killed in the Las Vegas mass shooting. Friends described her as a kind and loving wife and mother of two young children.
A group set up by the Reno Rodeo Association and the Washoe County Sheriff's Office showed their solidarity for the Las Vegas shooting victims by walking from the Reno Arch to the "Believe" sign and then holding a short ceremony. The ceremony included prayers and a moment of silence that lasted 58 seconds, one second for each victim.
The Department of Justice says it is giving the Nevada Department of Public Safety a $1 million grant for law enforcement’s response to this month's deadly shooting in Las Vegas.
Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt is warning the public of scammers forming fake charities and seeking donations in the wake of the horrific attack.
One of the nation's leading gun-control groups has filed a lawsuit against the makers and sellers of "bump stocks," the devices used by the gunman in what is now the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history.
The FBI and Las Vegas police have sorted through more than 1,000 leads and examined Stephen Paddock's politics, finances, any possible terrorist radicalization and his social behavior.
The brother of a man who killed dozens of people at a country music festival is in Las Vegas to help investigators figure out the shooter's motives and to retrieve the body.
A Reno High graduate, Jennifer Irvine, was among the 58 victims killed in the Las Vegas mass shooting. She graduated from Reno High in 1994 and went on to earn her B.A. in history at the University of San Diego.
Channel 2 News is joining broadcasters across Nevada to come together in the wake of the tragedy.
Authorities say they still don't have a clear motive for the Las Vegas shooting rampage. The Clark County Undersheriff says authorities will continue to investigate those areas as well as look into leads and tips that come in.
A few local organizations are offering services like counseling to people who were affected by the mass shooting in Las Vegas.
The National Rifle Association has joined the Trump administration and top congressional Republicans in a swift and surprising embrace of a restriction on Americans' guns, though a narrow one.
Clark County has encouraged affected families to contact the Family Information Center located at 1704 Pinto Lane in Las Vegas if they need any assistance related to the Coroner’s Office processes. If you are unable to travel to the center, a hotline has been established at (702) 455-4281.
Austin Meyer, who was 24 years old, was studying Transportation Technologies in Reno.
The shooting in Las Vegas has thrown the gun control debate back into the spotlight. On Wednesday, Senator Catherine Cortez Masto put forward some new legislation, and in Las Vegas, Nevadans are rallying for change.
Malinda Baldridge is one of the hundreds of victims who were shot that tragic Sunday night in Las Vegas. It's something she'll have to live with for the rest of her life.
The debate over gun control is back after what happened in Las Vegas, with Democrats in Congress again demanding tougher gun laws. But can they succeed? Reno gun shop owners and their customers say...no.
President Donald Trump told first responders that they should be proud of the way they responded to the mass shooting Sunday night in Las Vegas.
During a televised press conference, the Clark County Sheriff said that Monday's search of the suspect's Reno home yielded five handguns, two shotguns and ammunition.
A Reno couple recounted witnessing the tragic Las Vegas mass shooting, realizing just how close they came to a similar fate dozens of others met that night.
A Nevada Army National Guard sergeant first class was among the fatalities at the Route 91 Harvest concert late Sunday night.
The Nevada Department of Education has released a list of resources for parents and educators to assist them in responding to questions that students may have following the shooting in Las Vegas.
There were multiple vigils across the city of Reno tonight to honor and remember the victims of the Las Vegas shooting last night.
With the Route 91 tragedy in Las Vegas hitting so close to home, many are concerned with their own safety, especially at the big public events hosted here in northern Nevada. This includes events like Hot August Nights, Street Vibrations, the Rib Cook-Off and others.
Shortly following Sunday night’s shooting in Las Vegas; information about the incident began spreading like wildfire.
A community Prayer and Vigil for Las Vegas and its Victims will be held tonight on the Reno City Plaza from 6 to 7:30 p.m.