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Body camera images show officers searching Las Vegas casinos on 1 October

WARNING: The footage and language heard in this video may not be suitable for all audiences.

Police have made public officer body-camera video showing street scenes and searches of Las Vegas Strip casinos following the Oct. 1 shooting that killed 58 people and injured more than 800.

On one of the files of the body-camera footage that was released Wednesday, the confusion over whether there is one, two or three shooters is clear. One officer can be heard saying, "They already killed him, and we're still getting calls, so there's somebody's out there ok?"

That same officer can also be heard talking on the phone with his wife saying, "We killed one, there's probably one more."... Read More

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Phil Satre to be named as Wynn Resorts Chairman of the Board

Wynn Resorts has announced that Phil Satre, the former CEO of Harrah's Atlantic City, has been elected vice president of the board of directors.

According to settlement between Wynn Resorts and Elaine Wynn, Satre will be named chairman following Boone Wayson's retirement before the end of the year, according to the agreement published on the Securities and Exchange Commission's website.

Steve Wynn resigned as the CEO in Feb. following allegations of sexual harassment. ... Read More

2 people burned by drink at Hell's Kitchen Las Vegas

A night of dinner and drinks injured two people at a popular restaurant on the Las Vegas Strip Thursday.

Caesars Entertainment sent the following statement.

"Unfortunately, two guests were injured at Gordon Ramsay Hell's Kitchen at Caesars Palace last night. We stand ready to provide any assistance they may need to help them through this difficult time.

The particular type of specialty drink served at Hell's Kitchen is served at the finest restaurants worldwide without incident. But, out of an abundance of caution, Hell's Kitchen has removed the drink item at issue from the menu.

All of us here at Caesars Palace and the Gordon Ramsay Restaurant Group are concerned for the injured guests, and are hopeful for their speedy recovery."

There wasn't any other information released... Read More

MGM facing backlash over lawsuit against mass shooting victims

MGM Resorts is facing backlash over its decision to file a lawsuit against the victims of the mass shooting at the Route 91 Harvest Festival on Oct. 1.

The social media movement against MGM has gained steam and could end up costing the company in more ways than one.

MGM is citing a 2002 law known as the Safety Act which was passed in the aftermath of the Sept. 11 attacks. The law protects companies when a terrorist attack or incident of mass violence occurs if they use security services certified by the Department of Homeland Security.

The security company CSC that it hired for the concert was certified under the Safety Act.

Brian Claypool is an attorney representing more than 75 survivors and is a survivor of 1 October. He was in the front row of the Route 91 Harvest Festival when gunfire broke out. He argues the Safety Act doesn't protect MGM because Paddock wasn't a member of ISIS or Al Qaeda or any other organized terrorist group... Read More

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Properties on Las Vegas Strip switch some things up to cater to millennials

Millennials are taking over Las Vegas: The 20 to 30 years old age bracket made up the largest age demographic of visitors last year.

With that said, millennials aren't coming to Las Vegas to gamble.

8 News NOW Reporter Orko Manna how properties on the Strip are doing things to cater to their needs. ... Read More

Millennials cater vacations to most 'Instagramable' spots

'Doing it for the gram!' That has become a popular slogan amongst people who post an idealistic life featuring, opulence and fabulous-living and travel on Instagram. In fact, the popular photo-sharing app is impacting travel trends around the world.

A survey from Schofield's reveals that more millennials prioritize picture-worthiness when it comes to choosing their vacation destinations, and many want to capture the picture perfect moment in Las Vegas.

"Just looking for the best shot," said Shy Taylor, a Brooklyn, New York visitor.

The goal for many millennials when they're deciding where to travel is based on photos they see on Instagram.

"I'm actually doing a Snapchat documentary of just me traveling all kinds of places; showing my friends, hey I can get out here too," said Latasha Walter, Fort Worth, Texas... Read More

Wynn VP Kim Sinatra to leave job

The number two person at Wynn Resorts is out.

In an SEC filing, Wynn said Kim Sinatra will no longer serve as general counsel, executive vice president, and secretary.

Her depature is effective July 15.

Sinatra has been under pressure since Elaine Wynn testified in court that in 2009 she told Sinatra about Steve Wynn's sexual harassment settlement with a woman in 2005.

That settlement started a string of revelations that led to Wynn's resignation from the company he founded... Read More