The suspect is believed to be targeting broken down vehicles, offering to "help" occupants before shooting them. In four shootings since Tuesday, one person is dead, with another injured.
The El Paso Police Department initially tweeted that there were reports of "multiple shooters" but only had one person in custody.
"I want to officially let @NipseyHussle fans & supporters know there will be NO selling of tickets to his funeral."
American supporters of Donald Trump littered social media with posts condemning accusations tying the president's anti-Muslim, anti-immigrant rhetoric to Friday's shooting at two New Zealand mosques.
Paddock had amassed at least 47 guns by the time he opened fire from Mandalay Bay Hotel in October 2017.
Whether there were any injuries remained unclear.
"If Kelley's fingerprints were submitted to the FBI, he would have been prohibited from purchasing a firearm from a licensed firearms dealer."
A South Carolina student's Instagram post claiming "I'm going to become a school shooter tomorrow" was intercepted by the FBI but the 14-year-old won't be charged by local police.
Gab, a website frequented by extremists, notified users of its disabled status with a message that lashed out at "mainstream media."
Gab.com, a far-right social media alternative to Twitter, lashed out at "Big Tech" and called on President Donald Trump to stop Silicon Valley "collusion" against the company.
Bowers's social media posts reflect he was anti-Jew and anti-Trump.
Police are responding to an active shooter situation at Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Police responded to a situation at Lake Charles Memorial Hospital in Louisiana on Thursday.
The mental health care provider that evaluated Parkland shooting suspect Nikolas Cruz will be partnering with Florida charter schools.
Authorities confirmed to Newsweek they were responding to reports of an active shooter.
All of the installations came complete with a plastic tag with bullet hole designs that read, "Show how much you love them, unparalleled protection for your kids."
Jarrod Ramos is suspected of killing five people in a newsroom shooting.