• Man who sold ammunition to Las Vegas gunman pleads guilty to federal charges

    An Arizona man who says he sold ammunition to the gunman in the 2017 mass shooting in Las Vegas pleaded guilty on Tuesday to federal charges. Douglas Haig, 57, admitted he manufactured ammunition without a license at a workshop inside his Mesa home, the US Attorney’s Office in Nevada said. Authorities began investigating Haig after they found […]

  • Two Local Mass Shooting Survivors Reliving Trauma After Back to Back Shootings

    [bc_video video_id=”6069435424001″ account_id=”5728959025001″ player_id=”Hkbio1usDM” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%”] They are the forgotten victims. Survivors of mass shootings. “I don’t know if I’ll ever forget,” says Patricia Caster from Indio. They walk around with invisible wounds that are opened up every time there’s another shooting. “My stomach dropped, my heart started beating way […]

  • Justice Department moves ahead on bump stock ban

    As Las Vegas prepared to honor those killed in last year’s shooting massacre at a country music festival, the federal government moved ahead Monday with plans to ban an accessory that investigators said gave the gunman extra firepower. The Justice Department confirmed that a proposed rule to ban bump stocks was sent late last week to the […]

  • Deputy Wounded in Las Vegas Shooting Spree Identified

    The Riverside County Sheriff’s Department Wednesday released the name of one of its two deputies wounded in the Las Vegas shooting massacre and reported that he remains in critical but stable condition. Story: Amistad High School Teacher Speaks from Las Vegas Hospital After Receiving Gunshot Wound Deputy Jason McMillan is being treated for a gunshot wound […]

  • Coachella Valley Affected by Las Vegas Mass Shooting

    Coachella Valley Region Ashley Galaviz, a nurse at Desert Regional Medical Center from La Quinta was at the Route 91 Country Music Festival in Las Vegas and captured the chilling moments a gunman sprayed bullets into the crowd of over 20,000 people. She and her husband thought there was an electrical issue and the people […]

  • Indio Police Reevaluating Festival Security Following Las Vegas Shooting

    Indio, CA The Las Vegas mass shooting has raised many questions about security at festivals here in the Coachella Valley, where hundreds of thousands come together at the Empire Polo Grounds every year for Coachella and Stagecoach. Indio police tells KMIR‘s Patrick Price, they’ve already been in contact with festival promoters on how to make next years […]

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