At least 50 people lost their lives and over 100 were wounded in an attack at a concert by country artist Jason Aldean in Las Vegas. A suspect was killed by police across the street on the 32nd floor of a casino, which is where they think the attack happened from. Police believe they have located the attackers roommate, who they say is a person of interest.
Supreme Court is back in session–will tackle major cases on voting rights, workers’ rights and privacy rights — and, possibly, President Trump’s revised immigration travel ban. The first set of cases heard on today will determine whether employers can force workers to settle disputes through individual arbitration, rather than collective action.
Two weeks after filing for bankruptcy, Toys R Us is debuting a reality experience that it hopes will help transform its stores into destinations for shoppers who might otherwise shop online. A smartphone app will let shoppers race a truck, fish for sharks or go on a safari without ever leaving the store. The activities go live nationwide Oct. 21.
Runners using the Lady Bird trails say safety improvements need to be made, especially after three attacks on women in the past month. Austin police already stepped up patrols after the most recent attack. Park officers are also looking for poorly lit areas and overgrown trees and bushes. They will be taking any safety recommendations to the city trying to make improvements.
Todd Gurley scored a 53 yard touchdown as the Los Angeles Rams came from behind to beat the Cowboys 35-30, and the Texans scored the most points in their history, beating Tennessee 57-14.