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The festival grounds across the street from the Mandalay Bay resort and casino, where a mass shooting occurred, is seen at nighttime Tuesday, Oct. 3, 2017, in Las Vegas. Authorities said Stephen Craig Paddock broke windows at the resort and began firing with a cache of weapons Sunday, killing dozens and injuring hundreds at a music festival. (Marcio Jose Sanchez/AP)
The festival grounds across the street from the Mandalay Bay resort and casino, where a mass shooting occurred, is seen at nighttime Tuesday, Oct. 3, 2017, in Las Vegas. Authorities said Stephen Craig Paddock broke windows at the resort and began firing with a cache of weapons Sunday, killing dozens and injuring hundreds at a music festival. (Marcio Jose Sanchez/AP)
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President Trump is in Las Vegas on Wednesday meeting with survivors of Sunday's attack. So far investigators have released little information about what might have motivated Stephen Paddock to carry out the brutal massacre, but fake news sites have stepped in to fill the void.

KQED's John Sepulvado (@JohnLGC) tells Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson that rumors and false news stories are running rampant in Las Vegas.

This segment aired on October 4, 2017.

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