LAS VEGAS — The Latest on the shooting in Las Vegas (all times local):
Nevada’s governor has signed a declaration of emergency for Clark County that directs all state agencies to assist local officials who have responded to the Las Vegas mass shooting.
Gov. Brian Sandoval’s spokeswoman Mari St. Martin says the governor also signed a public health disaster declaration Monday that temporarily allows doctors and nurses licensed from other U.S. states to practice in Nevada and help with the emergency response.
Authorities have said Stephen Craig Paddock killed 59 people and wounded hundreds more when he opened fire Sunday on an outdoor country music concert from a 32nd floor hotel tower.
Officials have said the victims were taken to five southern Nevada
Clark County Sheriff Joseph Lombardo says several pounds of ammonium nitrate, a material used to make explosives, was found in the car of the man who authoritie say killed 59 people and wounded 527 others on Sunday by firing down on a crowd of over 22,000 at an outdoor country music festival.
Lombardo also says investigators still want to talk the girlfriend of shooter Stephen Craig Paddock. He says she will be interviewed when she returns from an overseas trip. Lombardo says she’s in Tokyo.
Google and Facebook say they erroneously promoted websites that gave incorrect first and last names for the suspect in a deadly Las Vegas mass shooting before replacing them.
Erroneous posts linked on both services falsely identified the shooter.
Police have identified the shooter as Stephen Craig Paddock of Mesquite, Nevada.
Google said in a statement that a link to the “Politically Incorrect” message board on 4chan.org appeared for several hours in its “Top Stories” search results before its search algorithm replaced it with more relevant results. The 4chan result only appeared “for a small number of queries,” Google said.
Facebook said its security team removed results from the conservative political website “The Gateway Pundit” and other similar posts.
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The owner of a gun shop in Mesquite, Nevada, says the Las Vegas shooter bought firearms there and never gave any indication that he might have been unstable.
Guns & Guitars general manager Christopher Sullivan said in a statement Monday that 64-year-old Stephen Craig Paddock showed no signs of being unfit to buy…