Why Arizona is having a difficult time handling the aftermath of the Las Vegas shooting

A few days after the Las —  Las Vegas massacre, there were still several thousand people in the city of Phoenix.

In fact, the majority of the city was still asleep.

In Phoenix, the number of active shooter incidents is higher than in New York City and Los Angeles.

But as the sun sets, the fear that many locals are feeling is growing: We are now living in a city that is experiencing the most severe mass shooting in American history.

A few people have called for police officers to be armed in response.

They fear the worst.

But a different kind of mass shooting, in a different part of the country, is taking place.

A new and growing type of mass killing has taken place.

And we need to take a deeper look at the situation.

What happened in Vegas?

When a gunman killed 58 people and injured hundreds more, many blamed the video games and violent media.

But in this new era of mass shootings, the victims were people who played video games.

According to the latest figures from the National Center for Health Statistics, about half of the people killed in the country were children, teenagers and college students.

But the vast majority of those killed in these types of attacks were young men.

In recent weeks, a group of prominent gamers have spoken out about the importance of keeping games and video games away from children.

“If you have a video game, you can kill me, it’s the law,” tweeted former NBA player Nate Duncan.

The shooter who killed at least 58 people in Las Vegas, Stephen Paddock, was a video gamer.

But it wasn’t clear if he was a gamer or not, as his Facebook page and Twitter feed show.

I’m a gamer, and this is a very serious topic, and I know you guys have some good suggestions for how to make it easier for kids to be safe in the games we love.

That’s a good idea.

The video game industry has been working to make its games and online services more kid-friendly.

But some of the more recent controversies surrounding online games have been less friendly to children.

Last year, video game developer Ubisoft was criticized for having a policy of restricting access to its online service for children.

And in June, the company faced criticism after it removed a controversial “in-game” character from a game it was developing called “Guns, Germs and Steel.”