On Tuesday, Brady Legal and the Scarlet Law Group announced they have approval from the court to name Century Arms LLC., the gun manufacturer of the weapon used the Gilroy Garlic Festival shooter, in their case.
A report by customs agents says a gunman who killed nine co-workers at a California rail yard in May harbored "dark thoughts about harming" two specific people after his return to California from a 2016 trip to the Philippines.
The FBI designated 40 shootings as active shooter incidents in 2020 and said 38 people were killed, including one officer.
Union representatives say some of the money would go towards helping the victims' families from last month's VTA mass shooting.
The families and friends of the nine Valley Transit Authority workers who were killed on May 26th are, along with local elected officials, turning their pain into purpose.
SkyFOX flew over the facility on Friday, June 18 shortly after 12 noon.
Could the VTA rail yard mass shooting have been prevented? That's what Santa Clara County District Attorney Jeff Rosen wants to know. He's demanding access to a report outlining an encounter between Customs and Border Protection and the shooter.
Could the VTA rail yard mass shooting have been prevented? That's what Santa Clara County District Attorney Jeff Rosen wants to know. He's demanding access to a 2016 report, outlining an encounter between Customs and Border Protection and the shooter, Sam Cassidy. KTVU's Ann Rubin reports.
People in San Francisco call for community healing and gun control by using chalk.
As the families of the VTA victims continue to mourn the nine lives lost on Wednesday morning, community members and a local church are offering support in more ways than one.
FBI agents from Quantico, Va., and Santa Clara County sheriff’s investigators continued their search Saturday for evidence at the Valley Transportation Authority light rail yard in San Jose.
Neighbors say they're relieved, but unsettled that the horrific violence hit close to home and can't help but be curious about where the VTA shooter lived.
A memorial at San Jose City Hall continues to grow as the community mourns those gunned down by a VTA co-worker.
Officials revealed that VTA gunman Samuel Cassidy was a hoarder, and the clutter inside the home slowed down the investigation.
The nine victims range in age from 29 to 63. They are all men. Through their careers with VTA, their job titles included bus and light rail operators, mechanics, linemen and an assistant superintendent. One had worked for the agency since 1999.
Family members of one of those killed are not surprised to hear that Taptejdeep Singh died trying to help others.
A mass shooting in San Jose that killed nine Valley Transportation Authority employees and also left the gunman dead when he killed himself now has the notorious distinction of being the Bay Area's deadliest gun massacre in history.
KTVU's Alex Savidge and Heather Holmes spoke with former FEMA Presidential Appointee Mark Neveau to discuss the information that investigators are focused on into VTA gunman Samuel Cassidy.
Law enforcement officials announced Thursday that Samuel Cassidy, the VTA employee who opened fire and killed nine of his colleagues Wednesday morning, used a timer to set his house on fire at the exact same time he began the shooting. KTVU's Tom Vacar reports on Thursday's developments and the continued investigation at Cassidy's residence.
Santa Clara County Sheriff Laurie Smith said the shooter told at least one person: “I’m not going to shoot you” at a light rail facility for the Valley Transportation Authority in San Jose.