LAS VEGAS (AP) — A Nevada judge says police can recoup costs for providing media companies with officer body camera videos and 911 calls about the Las Vegas mass shooting.<br><br>
Clark County District Judge Richard Scotti didn't set any final dollar amounts with his Friday ruling.<br><br>
He says Las Vegas police can charge 81 cents a page for evidence logs and interview reports stemming from the Oct. 1 shooting that killed 58 people and injured hundreds.<br><br>
That works out to 31 cents a page for copying, and 50 cents a page for staff time.<br><br>
Police say there are also almost 750 hours of body camera recordings.<br><br>
The materials are sought by media companies including The Associated Press.<br><br>
Las Vegas Review-Journal lawyer Margaret McLetchie argues that police can't charge excessive fees for public records.