Two Dead, Four Wounded In Downtown San Rafael Late-Night ShootingTwo men were killed and four people were wounded in a Friday night shooting at a parking facility in downtown San Rafael.
COVID Recovery: Enthusiastic Crowds Once Again Flock To The Gilroy Garlic FestivalOrganizers of the world-famous Gilroy Garlic Festival didn't know what to expect Friday after the event was cancelled in 2020 during the COVID outbreak and came to an abrupt end in 2019 after a deadly mass shooting claimed the lives of three festival goers.
VTA Light Rail Service To Resume By End of July As Workers Eased Back Into Roles Following MassacreSanta Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) light rail service will resume at the end of July, the agency said on Thursday, weeks after a disgruntled employee gunned down co-workers at a VTA light rail yard in the worst mass shooting in Bay Area history.
VTA Shooting: Additional Personnel Files On Gunman Reveal Missed Days At Work, InsubordinationFour weeks after a Valley Transportation Authority employee killed nine of his colleagues in the deadliest mass shooting in Bay Area history, the agency released more personnel files about the gunman.
UPDATE: Community Gathers To Heal After Terrifying Juneteenth Mass Shooting At Oakland's Lake MerrittThe Alameda County Coroner's Office on Tuesday afternoon identified the man who died in the Juneteenth mass shooting at Oakland's Lake Merritt as 22-year-old Dashawn Rhoades.
UPDATE: San Francisco Gang Warfare Blamed For Oakland Lake Merritt Mass ShootingTwo warring gangs from San Francisco appear to be responsible for a mass shooting at Lake Merritt on Saturday, Oakland police said on Monday.
UPDATE: Richmond Police Ask for Public's Help After Mass Shooting Leaves 3 Dead, 5 WoundedRichmond police on Monday asked for the public's help in their investigation of a mass shooting at a house party on Father's Day evening late Sunday that left three people dead and five wounded.
VTA Mass Shooting: San Jose Officials Mandate Videotaping Of All Gun Purchases In the wake of a workplace mass shooting that claimed the lives of nine transit workers, San Jose officials have passed a new gun law that requires retailers to video-record all firearm purchases, becoming the largest city in California with such a rule.
VTA Shooting: Personnel Files Of Gunman Released; Colleague Feared He'd 'Go Postal'Valley Transportation Authority officials on Thursday released documents about the gunman who killed nine of his colleagues at the light rail yard in San Jose last month, including an account from a colleague who feared him.
Could VTA Shooting Have Been Prevented? Gun Violence Restraining Orders Increase in CaliforniaAs the shock wears off and the long road of healing begins for victims of the Bay Area’s deadliest mass shooting, questions arise. Were there any signs that VTA technician Samuel Cassidy was planning the attack? Could it have been prevented?
VTA Light Rail Service Remains In Limbo After Mass Shooting; Trains May Not Roll Again For WeeksOne week after a VTA employee killed nine co-workers in a mass shooting at the San Jose rail yard, officials said it could be longer than expected before light rail service gets back on track.
San Jose Shooting: Harrowing Body Camera Footage Shows Moment Deputies Found VTA GunmanThe Santa Clara County Sheriff's Office early Tuesday evening released dramatic body camera video from deputies who first responded to the mass shooting at a Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) railyard in San Jose last week.
UPDATE: Who Is Samuel Cassidy, Gunman In San Jose Mass Shooting At VTA Rail Yard?The man who shot and killed eight people at a Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) light rail yard Wednesday was identified as Sam Cassidy, 57, a San Jose resident and VTA employee.
San Jose Shooting: Friends, Family of Slain VTA Transit Workers Respond With Statements of Grief and LoveOn the Friday after the Bay Area’s deadliest mass shooting, victims’ co-workers, friends and family are weighing in with messages of pain and grief.
UPDATE: Union Leader, VTA Deny Reports That Samuel Cassidy Was Facing Disciplinary MeetingA transit union president and officials with the Valley Transportation Authority have denied reports circulating that Samuel Cassidy, the VTA employee who killed nine people during a deadly rampage at a San Jose rail yard, was facing a disciplinary hearing the morning of the shooting.