Las Vegas officials say they're beginning to return personal belongings to concert-goers who were in one corner of a festival area when a gunman opened fire from a high-rise hotel a week ago. Deputy Clark County, Nevada Fire Chief John Steinbeck says items are being returned to people at the Las Vegas Convention Center. For now, items are being returned to people who were in the area in and around the VIP tent and bleacher seating east of the stage at the Route 91 Harvest festival.
Nearly 60 people were killed after a shooter opened fire from across the Las Vegas Strip. For the past week, federal agents have been combing the festival grounds, collecting evidence amid thousands of personal items, including cell phones, purses, baby strollers, backpacks, shoes and lawn chairs. The FBI is coordinating the returns through a victim questionnaire on its website.