{FD} Disgruntled Vegas casino employee killed co-worker, wounded executive in targeted shooting, cops say

Las Vegas police were on a manhunt Tuesday for The Venetian casino-resort employee who killed a co-worker and injured another person in a targeted shooting at a park during the weekend, authorities said.

{FD} Art Bell, whose ‘Coast to Coast AM’ radio show reveled in the paranormal, dies at 72

Radio host Art Bell, famous for his show, “Coast to Coast AM” which focused on paranormal activity, died Friday at the age of 72, Nevada authorities confirmed Saturday.

{FD} Steve Wynn sues Lisa Bloom for defamation, claiming he couldn’t have ‘leered’ at dancers because he was blind

Embattled casino mogul Steve Wynn filed a defamation lawsuit Thursday against attorney Lisa Bloom and her law firm, claiming accusations Wynn “leered” at female performers could not have been true because he was legally blind at the time.

{FD} What happened to Saddam’s hand? Marine vets seeking statue part they took 15 years ago

One of the enduring images of the Iraq invasion was the toppling of a large Saddam Hussein statue in Firdos Square on April 9, 2003 that came to symbolize the fall of the mad tyrant’s bloodthirsty regime.

{FD} Las Vegas shooter’s final days before killing spree seen in creepy new video

Dozens of surveillance videos of Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock wheeling around luggage stocked with weapons and ammunition were released by MGM Resorts Thursday amid continuing uncertainty about the motive of the attack.

{FD} Police can’t charge ‘exhorbitant’ fees for Vegas massacre info, judge rules

The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department has every right to try and recoup costs for providing the media with body camera videos, 911 records and written reports in connection with the city’s Oct. 1 massacre, a judge has decided.