San Jose Shooting: Chalkboards Spring Up Filled With Messages Of Love For VTA Victims Across the San Francisco Bay Area, chalkboards appeared in neighborhoods over the weekend where residents left messages of love and support for the nine Valley Transit Authority workers killed last week in a workplace mass shooting.
San Jose Shooting: Gunman Samuel Cassidy Left Ammo-Filled Pot Simmering On Stove To Ignite House FireAn arson blaze at the home of VTA railway shooter Samuel Cassidy was triggered by a pot of ammunition left slow-cooking on his stove and a kitchen sprayed with accelerants, authorities said as they wrapped up the fire investigation Friday.
San Jose Shooting: Huge Arsenal of Weapons, Molotov Cocktails Cleared From VTA Shooter’s HomeAuthorities cleared out a massive cache of weapons, ammunition and explosives from the home of VTA shooter Samuel Cassidy Friday afternoon and finally reopened the neighborhood for area residents. 
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.
San Jose Shooting: Chilling Surveillance Video Of Casual Railyard Stroll ReleasedAs Samuel Cassidy was in the midst of his deadly rampage at the Valley Transit Authority rail yard, he was recorded on a security camera calmly strolling between the two buildings where nine co-workers were killed in a hail of bullets.
San Jose Mass Shooting: Search For Evidence at VTA Shooter's Home ContinuesAs the investigation at the San Jose home of VTA shooter Samuel Cassidy stretched into its second day Thursday, with many nearby neighbors still wondering when they would be able to return home.
San Jose Mass Shooting: VTA Officials Memorialize Employees Killed In MassacreTeary-eyed officials from the Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) and the city of San Jose gathered in front of its headquarters Thursday morning to memorialize the nine workers killed in a mass shooting the day before.
San Jose Mass Shooting Update: 10 Dead Including Gunman At VTA Rail Yard; Victims Identities ReleasedAn employee carrying multiple guns opened fire in a mass shooting at a Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority light rail facility in San Jose Wednesday morning, killing nine victims and injuring several others. The incident was connected to a separate house fire in the city at around the same time of the shooting, according to officials.