As of 9 p.m. Thursday:
1. ‘Do not disturb’ signs get another look after Las Vegas shooting
In the wake of the Las Vegas massacre, hotel operators may be asking themselves: How long should we wait before contacting guests who want to be left alone?
2. ‘She’ll have pieces of the bullet in her brain forever’: Las Vegas shooting victim beating the odds
Tina Frost, a 27-year-old San Diego transplant, was shot in the eye while attending the Route 91 Harvest Festival with her boyfriend. She suffered brain damage, but her family is camped out at her bedside and hoping for a strong recovery.
3. Las Vegas shooter’s brother fires lawyers in estate case
A Southern Nevada law firm withdrew a court petition Thursday to manage distribution of the funds from the estate of mass shooter Stephen Paddock.
4. Hawaii weaves 2-mile long lei for ‘ninth island’ Las Vegas after shooting
More than 500 Hawaiian volunteers worked four 14hour days on multiple islands to weave a massive ti-leaf lei — with a total 2-mile length — to honor the Las Vegas victims and spread the spirit of aloha.
5. MGM again disputes Las Vegas police timeline of shooting
MGM Resorts International on Thursday released a new timeline of the events leading up to the Las Vegas Strip massacre, further challenging the sheriff ’s latest account ahead of a planned Friday briefing. As of 9 p.m. Thursday:
1. Sheriff Lombardo talks about mass shooting investigation
Sheriff Joseph Lombardo sits down with the ReviewJournal editorial board to discuss the investigation of the mass shooting in Las Vegas.
2. Las Vegas shooting victim Tina Frost was shot in the head, now she’s recovering
Dr. Keith Blum, a neurosurgeon with the Las Vegas Neurosurgery Associates, operated on Tina Frost. Frost was shot in the head on Oct. 1 and is currently in a coma.
3. RAW VIDEO: Escape from Las Vegas shooting
Raymond Page, a Clark County employee working near the Route 91 Harvest festival, captured 10 mins of video documenting Sunday’s deadly shooting near Mandalay Bay.