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  • Michelle Leonard at a town hall meeting in Las Vegas. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    Injured Peoria woman asks for help after Las Vegas mass shooting

    A Peoria woman who was injured during the mass shooting at an October concert in Las Vegas is pleading for help as a group of people in Las Vegas are tasked with handing out nearly $12 million to victims.

  • Kurt Fowler and his wife Trina were at the Route 91 Harvest music festival in Las Vegas Oct. 1, celebrating their 18th wedding anniversary with friends and relatives when the gunfire started. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    Arizona man shot while shielding wife in Vegas now recovering at home

    Kurt Fowler spends most of his time in an easy chair with his right leg perched atop pillows and encased in a cast. It’s a frustratingly slow pace for someone used to riding around the Lake Havasu area in a fire engine. But Fowler, a 41-year-old firefighter with the Desert Hills Fire Department, is just grateful he and his family are alive.

  • RAW VIDEO: Las Vegas authorities stand by shooting timeline

    Las Vegas authorities say they stand by their timeline of the deadliest shooting in modern U.S. history, which has been disputed by the hotel where the gunman opened fire. Changes in the series of events in the shooting have stirred criticism. Sheriff Joseph Lombardo told reporters Friday that he was "absolutely offended" over any suggestion that authorities bungled the response.

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    Las Vegas police shift concert massacre timeline once again

    Las Vegas investigators offered a new version of events Friday in a shifting timeline surrounding the deadliest shooting in modern U.S. history.

  • Police officers advise people to take cover near the scene of a shooting near the Mandalay Bay resort and casino on the Las Vegas Strip, Sunday, Oct. 1, 2017, in Las Vegas. (AP Photo/John Locher)

    Could Vegas police have taken down the gunman sooner?

    The revised timeline given by investigators for the Las Vegas massacre raises questions about whether better communication might have allowed police to respond more quickly and take out the gunman before he could kill and wound so many people.

  • (Courtesy of Eric Paddock via AP)

    Police: Las Vegas gunman fired at security guard before mass shooting

    Stephen Paddock shot a security guard before opening fire on concertgoers in Las Vegas last weekend, Clark County Sheriff Joseph Lombardo said. The guard was investigating an alarm signaling that a door had been left open on the same floor as Paddock's room.

  • An improvised team of Las Vegas police officers -- two K-9 officers, a detective and a SWAT team member -- converged on the Mandalay Bay Hotel and Casino on October 1, as Stephen Paddock was firing into a crowd of 22,000 concertgoers.

    Las Vegas police officers describe storming gunman's room

    An improvised team of Las Vegas police officers -- two K-9 officers, a detective and a SWAT team member -- were among those who first converged on the Mandalay Bay Hotel as Stephen Paddock was firing into a crowd

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    Many in country music mum over gun issues after Vegas deaths

    When singer Meghan Linsey first started her country duo Steel Magnolia, a partnership with the National Rifle Association was suggested as a way to grow their audience.

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    Eric Church breaks down in tribute to Vegas shooting victims

    Country star Eric Church struggled to hold back tears in a tribute to the victims of the mass shooting at a country music festival in Las Vegas and debuted a song he wrote in their honor called "Why Not Me."

  • A logo hangs from the ceiling in the YouTube Space LA offices production equipment room Wednesday, Oct. 21, 2015, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Danny Moloshok)

    YouTube changes search to combat Las Vegas conspiracy videos

    YouTube has always had videos with conspiracy theories, hoaxes and misinformation. In the wake of the Las Vegas shootings, the company has decided to address the problem.

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    Police: 1,600 rounds of ammo found in Las Vegas Strip shooter’s hotel suite

    Metro police confirmed Wednesday the death toll in the Las Vegas Strip mass shooting Sunday, stands at 59, with 489 injured.

  • (AP Photo/Allen Breed, File) The gunman who unleashed hundreds of rounds of gunfire on a crowd in Las Vegas on Monday, Oct. 2, 2017, attached what is called a "bump-stock" to two of his weapons, in effect converting semiautomatic firearms..

    Some Republicans open to banning 'bump stocks' used in Vegas

    Senior congressional Republicans said Wednesday they are open to considering legislation banning "bump stocks" like the shooter in Las Vegas apparently used to convert semi-automatic rifles to perform more like fully automatic weapons. 

  • (Photo: AP file) This undated photo provided by the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department shows Marilou Danley.

    Shooter's girlfriend didn't know of attack plans

    An attorney for the Las Vegas shooter's girlfriend says she had no knowledge of any plans by him to commit a massacre.

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    Jennifer Lopez cancels Las Vegas performances after shooting

    Jennifer Lopez is canceling her Las Vegas performances this week out of respect to the victims of the deadliest shooting in modern U.S. history. 

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    How it happened: A timeline of the Las Vegas shooting

    Fifty-nine people were killed and at least 527 were hurt Sunday night when Stephen Paddock rained gunfire on concertgoers in Las Vegas, the deadliest mass shooting in modern US history.

  • Acts of heroism emerge in chaos of Las Vegas shooting

     Amid the massacre in Las Vegas, which left 59 people dead and more than 500 injured, there were acts of compassion and countless heroics that officials say saved scores of lives.

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    Late-night TV hosts decry Las Vegas killings, gun laws

    Late-night comics decried the Las Vegas mass shooting as a confounding and repetitive American tragedy, with Jimmy Kimmel and Trevor Noah lashing out at politicians who oppose gun control.

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    Brother: Las Vegas gunman was wealthy real-estate investor

    Stephen Paddock lived in a tidy Nevada retirement community where the amenities include golf, tennis and bocce.

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    CBS fires lawyer for social media comment on Las Vegas

    CBS has fired a corporate lawyer who said on social media about the Las Vegas mass shooting that she wasn't sympathetic because "country music fans often are Republican gun-toters." 

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    Slideshow: Portraits of the victims of the Las Vegas shooting

    One was a nurse who died protecting his wife. Another devoted her life to teaching children with special needs. They were people from different walks of life who had gathered to enjoy a country music festival.

  • Trump on Las Vegas massacre: 'An act of pure evil'

    President Donald Trump addressed the deadliest mass shooting in US history on Monday morning from the White House, calling it an "act of pure evil." 

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    Las Vegas shooting sparks outcries for gun control

    In the five years between Sandy Hook and Las Vegas, the question -- particularly among supporters of gun control -- has now become: How can you NOT play politics at a time like this?

  • 58+ killed in Las Vegas Strip massacre; suspect had 10 rifles, police say

    Thousands of country music fans became sitting ducks in the deadliest mass shooting in modern US history when a gunman fired hundreds of bullets into the Las Vegas Strip crowd.

  • Weapons cache found at Las Vegas shooter's home

    Clark County Sheriff Joseph Lombardo said police found 18 firearms, explosives and several thousand rounds of ammunition at the Mesquite, Nevada, home of mass shooter Stephen Paddock. Lombardo said several of the 10 rifles police found earlier in Paddock's hotel room in Las Vegas had scopes.

  • Here's what we know about Stephen Paddock, the Las Vegas shooter

    At least 50 people were killed late Sunday night in a mass shooting during a concert on the Las Vegas Strip. Here's what we know about Stephen Paddock, the man police identified as the shooter:

  • Country music star Jason Aldean took to social media to say he and his crew are safe after a gunman killed more than 20 people at an outdoor concert Sunday. (AP Photo)

    Jason Aldean calls shooting during Las Vegas concert 'beyond horrific'

    Country music star Jason Aldean took to social media to say he and his crew are safe after a gunman killed more than 20 people at an outdoor concert Sunday. 

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    Slideshow: Shooting on Las Vegas Strip

    At least two people were killed and dozens wounded during a shooting at an outdoor music festival on the Las Vegas Strip late Sunday. Click here to read the full story.  

  • From the 32nd floor: New audio of 1 October shooting emerges

    In newly released Mandalay Bay audio from Oct. 1, a barrage of gunfire then a calm voice are heard.

  • Metro going through hundreds of hours of footage related to 1 October shooting

    Metro Police said Tuesday they were going through hundreds of hours of footage from multiple casinos, and from Mesquite and Las Vegas.

  • One October shooting victim Paige Gasper pictured here. (Courtesy: Abraham, Watkins)

    College student sues MGM Resorts after shooting on Vegas Strip

    A California college student is leading a lawsuit against MGM Resorts International and others after she was injured in the 1 October shooting.

  • The Golden Knights honored first responders and victims before the inaugural home opener.

    Vegas Golden Knights Ceremony honors victims and heroes

    The Vegas Golden Knights paid tribute to the victims and heroes of the 1 October shooting.

  • Shane Beus, owner of B5 Motors in Gilbert, presented Taylor Winston with the keys to a truck Monday morning. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    Gilbert dealership gives truck to veteran who saved dozens during Vegas shooting

    B5 Motors in Gilbert is giving away a free truck to a veteran who saved dozens of lives during the terrifying Las Vegas Shooting last Sunday.

  • FAST FACTS: Mass shooting on the Las Vegas Strip

    At least 59 people are dead and 527 wounded in a mass shooting outside Mandalay Bay on the Las Vegas Strip.

  • Vice President Mike Pence addresses a crowd during his Las Vegas visit (FOX5).

    Vice President Pence visits Las Vegas for prayer unity walk

    Vice President Mike Pence visited Las Vegas Saturday. Crowds packed city hall to hear the VP talk about resilience, strength, and what it means to be #VegasStrong.

  • CBS 5 Investigates: Vegas shooter bought tracer rounds from Mesa man

    A law enforcement source tells Arizona's Family that Vegas gunman Steven Paddock bought a thousand rounds of tracer ammo from a Mesa man he met at a Phoenix-area gun show.

  • Crime tape is shown in front of the Mandalay Bay. (FOX5)

    Attorney plans to sue MGM, freeze shooter's assets

    An attorney representing families affected by Sunday's tragedy on the Las Vegas Strip is getting ready to file a lawsuit involving the shooter, MGM, and music festival organizers. 

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    Grappling with mental health common after traumatic events

    Those impacted – directly or indirectly – by traumatic events such as the Las Vegas shooting can experience changes in their mental health for days, weeks and even years because everyone experiences tragedy a little differently.

  • RAW VIDEO: Police briefing on Las Vegas mass shooting (Oct. 6, 2017)

    Authorities say they still don't have a clear motive for the Las Vegas shooting rampage. Undersheriff Kevin C. McMahill provided an update on the investigation Friday. He says authorities have looked at gunman Stephen Paddock's personal life, political affiliation, economic situation and any potential radicalization.

  • Advocates, CT lawmakers call for tougher gun control laws in New Haven

    The fight for stricter gun control laws headed to New Haven on Friday morning.

  • (Photo courtesy of Eric Paddock via AP)

    Las Vegas gunman's vast arsenal included tracer bullets bought in Phoenix

    Las Vegas gunman Stephen Paddock's arsenal included tracer rounds that can improve a shooter's firing accuracy in the dark bought in Phoenix, a law enforcement official told The Associated Press on Friday. 

  • 61-year-old Brett Schwanbeck died from his injuries after the Las Vegas shooting. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    Bullhead City man dies from injuries after Vegas shooting

    Another victim from the Las Vegas shooting on Sunday night has been identified as a Bullhead City man.

  • Debris litters a festival grounds across the street from the Mandalay Bay resort and casino Tuesday, Oct. 3, 2017, in Las Vegas. (AP Photo/John Locher)

    Official: Las Vegas shooter tried to buy tracer rounds before massacre

    Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock tried to buy tracer ammunition at a gun show in the Phoenix area in recent weeks, a law enforcement official said.

  • (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    Humble hero: DPS trooper talks about how he helped after Vegas massacre

    An Arizona DPS trooper is being praised for his response during the Las Vegas massacre.   

  • Gunman Stephen Paddock rented rooms overlooking two other music festivals in Las Vegas and Chicago, authorities said. (Photo courtesy of Eric Paddock via AP)

    Las Vegas gunman may have scoped out other music festivals

    Investigators are looking into whether gunman Stephen Paddock scoped out bigger music festivals in Las Vegas and Chicago — and perhaps Boston's Fenway Park — before setting up his perch in a casino hotel and raining deadly fire on country music fans.

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    Congress discusses banning 'bump stocks' like device used by Vegas shooter

    President Trump says his administration is considering whether "bump stock" devices that allow semi-automatic rifles to perform more like fully automatic weapons should be banned.

  • In an often emotional interview, concertgoer Jonathan Smith recounted the aftermath of the horrific attack in which 58 people lost their lives in the mass shooting. (CNN)

    Hero who saved 30 people reunited with officer who saved his own life

    One of the heroes of Sunday's massacre in Las Vegas was reunited on CNN with the off-duty officer who saved his life after he took at least two bullets while rescuing the injured and dying from the scene. 

  • Val Giardina of Goodyear said he was driving the Las Vegas Strip with the sunroof open, just returning from a shop where he purchased souvenirs when the gunfire started. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    Vegas shooting steps up calls for gun control, but not from Goodyear man caught in chaos

    The mass shooting in Las Vegas is reigniting the debate over gun control, but a Goodyear man who found himself in the middle of the chaos says any new restrictions would be misguided.

  • Usually there is someone else you can assign the blame to, not Sunday night, said Steven Adelman. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    Security expert on Vegas: 'There isn't much of a lesson here'

    The Sunday night massacre happened under unprecedented circumstances. The venue itself was secure but the shooter never entered the venue perimeter, he fired from far away and 32 floors above the crowd with plenty of firepower.

  • Phoenix man turns in his guns in wake of Vegas massacre

    In the wake of the Las Vegas massacre, many people are asking, "What can I do to help prevent this kind of thing from happening again?" One man from Phoenix has an answer of his own.  

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    After massacre, Las Vegas gets back to beers, slots, shows

    The fountains at the Bellagio casino went off like clockwork, the water swaying and pulsating in time to Lee Greenwood's "God Bless the USA."

  • Phoenix native among doctors who treated Vegas shooting victims

    An Arizona-trained doctor was one of many medical professionals who helped save lives the night of the Las Vegas mass shooting.  Stephanie Davidson, D.O. is an anesthesiologist who studied at the University of Arizona. 

  • Son of Arizona's Family employee captures video of Las Vegas massacre

    Like many others in Las Vegas during the Country Music Festival, Tony Pacheco started taking video once he realized something was going terribly wrong.

  • Jason Aldean performs on NBC's Today show at Rockefeller Plaza on Friday, Aug. 25, 2017, in New York. (Photo by Charles Sykes/Invision/AP)

    Jason Aldean cancels weekend shows out of respect for Las Vegas victims

    Jason Aldean is still coming to terms with the mass shooting that occurred during his set in Las Vegas on Sunday night, leaving 58 dead and hundreds injured. 

  • When a gunman started firing into a crowd of concertgoers in Las Vegas on Sunday night, Iraq war veteran Taylor Winston thought on his feet. (CNN)

    Marine veteran took stranger's truck to drive Las Vegas shooting victims to hospital

    When a gunman started firing into a crowd of concertgoers in Las Vegas on Sunday night, Iraq war veteran Taylor Winston thought on his feet. 

  • (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    Las Vegas shooter modified 12 weapons to mimic machine guns

    The Las Vegas shooter responsible for one of the deadliest mass shootings in U.S. history had modified 12 semi-automatic weapons to mimic fully automatic machine guns, The Associated Press is reporting. 

  • Debris litters a festival grounds across the street from the Mandalay Bay resort and casino Tuesday, Oct. 3, 2017, in Las Vegas. (AP Photo/John Locher)

    Vegas gunman transferred $100K, set up cameras at hotel room

    Hospitals were overflowing as they tried to handle the masses of victims of a gunman who fired on a concert from Las Vegas hotel room.

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    Tempe couple lives through Vegas shooting, recalls lockdown at nearby hotel

    A Tempe couple is home safe and uninjured after living through the most deadly mass shooting in modern U.S. history. 

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    Prayer vigil held for Tucson native on life support after Las Vegas shooting

    More than 50 extended family, friends, and strangers gathered at a southside Tucson park Tuesday night to support Las Vegas shooting survivor Savannah Sanchez.

  • Janny Copeland started the night taking pictures at the Route 91 Harvest Music Festival in Las Vegas.  The night ended in pure terror with the Chandler mom not knowing if she'd ever see her family again. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    Chandler mom survives Vegas massacre, talks about fear of being shot

    Janny Copeland started the night, taking pictures at the Route 91 Harvest Music Festival in Las Vegas. The night ended in pure terror with the Chandler mom not knowing if she'd ever see her family again.

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    Las Vegas mass shooting: ‘I know people that died and can’t really get the images out of my head’

    As Arizona joined the rest of the nation in grief and horror over a deadly mass shooting in Las Vegas where at least 59 people were killed and more than 500 wounded, Arizona residents scrambled to see whether loved ones and family who had attended the concert were safe. 

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    Wife texts ‘I love you’ to husband after being shot in Vegas

    Those were the texts Joseph Lambourne received from his wife, Jan, who was one of the victims critically injured in the Las Vegas shooting that left 59 dead and 527 injured.

  • n a show of solidarity, global landmarks all turned out their lights to honor the victims of the Las Vegas shooting. (AP Photo: Kathy Willens, Kamil Zihnioglu)

    Global landmarks go dark to honor Las Vegas shooting victims

    In a show of solidarity, global landmarks, including the Empire State Building in New York, The Eiffel Tower in France, and the Space Needle in Seattle, all turned out their lights to honor the victims of the Las Vegas shooting Monday night.

  • In this Feb. 1, 2013 photo, an employee of North Raleigh Guns demonstrates how a "bump" stock works.

    Vegas gunman had device turning weapon into automatic

    The gunman who unleashed hundreds of rounds of gunfire on a crowd of concertgoers in Las Vegas had two "bump-stocks" that could have converted semi-automatic firearms into fully automatic ones, officials said.

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    Musician helps others hide in freezer to escape mass shooting at Las Vegas concert

    Bryan Hopkins hid in a freezer with dozens of others while the deadliest mass shooting in US history unfolded in Las Vegas late Sunday night. 

  • Eiffel Tower goes dark to honor Las Vegas, Marseille victims

    The Eiffel Tower lights were turned off to pay homage to the victims of two tragedies: the weekend knife attack in the French port city of Marseille and the mass shooting in Las Vegas. 

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    Las Vegas gunman's father was on FBI's Most Wanted list

    Benjamin Hoskins Paddock appeared on the agency's infamous registry from June 10, 1969 through May 5, 1977 and was described in an FBI poster as being "diagnosed as psychopathic."

  • Arizona reaction to mass shooting in Las Vegas

    Arizona officials have been reacting to the horrific mass shooting in Las Vegas.

  • Kurt Fowler and his wife (Source: Erickson via GoFundMe)

    Lake Havasu firefighter shot while shielding wife in Las Vegas

    An off-duty firefighter from Lake Havasu was shot and seriously wounded at the Route 91 Harvest festival in Las Vegas while shielding his wife from gunfire, according to two firefighters in his unit.

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    INFOGRAPHIC: Mass shootings in the U.S.

    Gun violence seems to be a given in the United States, with tens of thousands of incidents reported every year. As of Oct. 2, the 275th day of 2017, there have been 273 mass shootings incidents (four or more injured or killed) in this country, according to Gun Violence Archive.

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    Las Vegas mass shooting: Resources and how you can help

    In the wake of what is now the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history, people all over the country, particularly the giving residents of Arizona, are wondering how they can help the people of Las Vegas. We've put together some links to help you help them.

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    In face of Las Vegas shooting, congressional inaction

    The deadly mass shooting in Las Vegas renewed Democrats' calls Monday for gun safety legislation, but their pleas fell on deaf ears in the Republican-controlled Congress. 

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    INFOGRAPHIC: Deadliest mass shootings in modern U.S. history

    With at least 59 dead and an estimated 527 injured, the shooting at the Route 91 Harvest Music Festival in Las Vegas became the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history. Here is a look at other incidents that shook the country to its core.

  • Benjamin Hoskins Paddock. (Source: CNN/FBI)

    Las Vegas gunman's father served time for Arizona crimes

    The father of Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock was previously on the FBI's Most Wanted list, law enforcement officials confirmed to CNN on Monday. 

  • RAW VIDEO: Official briefing on Las Vegas shooting (Oct. 2 at 6:00 p.m. EDT)

    Clark County Sheriff Joseph Lombardo says 59 people have been killed and 527 injured in a mass shooting Sunday night at an outdoor country music festival in Las Vegas.

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    Las Vegas mass shooting: Arizona connections

    The shooting on the Las Vegas strip is now the deadliest mass shooting in the modern history of the U.S. With any incident of this scope -- more than 55 dead and more than 525 injured -- there are bound to be Arizona connections. 

  • Jovanna and Francisco. Courtesy: Andrea Bernardo

    Wife of Salt River police officer in critical condition following Las Vegas shooting

    The wife of a Salt River Police officer is among the more than 500 people wounded in Sunday night's Las Vegas mass shooting.

  • Shooting victims being aided in Las Vegas. (Source: Associated Press)

    Mesa police officer injured at Las Vegas concert

    A spokeswoman for the Mesa Police Department confirmed on Monday morning that several Mesa police officers were present at the country music concert in Las Vegas.

  • Tanya Groff, injured in Las Vegas shooting incident. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5 News)

    Phoenix woman one of the injured at Las Vegas concert shooting

    Tanya Groff, of Phoenix, is one of the 515 people injured during a shooting at a Country Music Festival in Las Vegas Sunday night.

  • CBS fires lawyer for social media comment on Las Vegas

    CBS has fired a corporate lawyer who said on social media about the Las Vegas mass shooting that she wasn't sympathetic because "country music fans often are Republican gun-toters." 

  • Las Vegas shooting: How you can help

     Americans are coming together to offer thoughts, prayers, and condolences. Here's how you can help: 

  • Las Vegas Shooting: How Phoenix-area residents can donate blood

    Blood donations are needed for the victims of the shooting in Las Vegas. People in the Phoenix area can contact United Blood Service Arizona to donate blood.

  • Jason Aldean performs on NBC's Today show at Rockefeller Plaza on Friday, Aug. 25, 2017, in New York. (Photo by Charles Sykes/Invision/AP)

    Country music world stunned by Las Vegas shooting

    (CNN Money/Meredith) -- Country music star Jason Aldean was on stage when a gunman attacked the Route 91 Harvest Festival in Las Vegas, Nevada late Sunday night. At least 50 concertgoers were killed and more than 200 were injured, according to local authorities. Aldean, who was the headliner on the final night of the festival, was able to take shelter. A representative for Aldean confirmed that "he, his band and crew are all unharmed." The country music communit...