BART riders will be hearing bells this holiday season.
Of the 55 people who have been cited for eating on BART since Oct. 1, 2014, more than 80 percent were people of color.
A woman describes the chaotic knife fight on a BART train that left a good Samaritan dead. The woman, a nursing student, comforted the victim as she applied pressure to his stab wounds.
The suspect in the 2018 fatal stabbing of Nia Wilson at the MacArthur BART Station in Oakland entered a not guilty plea on Friday by reason of insanity.
New details emerge in the case of the BART fatal-stabbing suspect. Brim charged with murder, doesn't enter plea.
Suspect also tried to steal Good Samaritan's shoes, sources say
Major BART delays into and out of San Francisco due to obstruction on the tracks.
KTVU reporter Rob Roth explains the changes to security measures following a deadly stabbing on a BART train Tuesday.
The chief said the death is "tragic" and that a homicide aboard a BART train is "a rare occurrence."
A fatal stabbing on a BART train at the South Hayward Station on Tuesday stemmed from a fight, authorities said.
Steve Foster said he knew he could not eat on the train. However, he did not know it was against the law to eat on the platform. He said had he known, he would have thrown it away or eaten it outside the fare gate.
The Concord man, who was handcuffed and cited after a confrontation with a BART police officer for eating a sandwich while on a station platform, is now suing BART.
Video of a Bart police officer detaining a man for eating a sandwich on a platform at the Pleasant Hill Station was met with criticism Friday, and now the transit agency's general manager is speaking out about the incident.
A passenger waiting to board a BART train at the Pleasant Hill station was stopped by a BART police officer, detained and cited for eating a sandwich, a violation of state law, according to the transit agency.
“I'm going to start reaching out to people who need help,” Rayshawn Jackson said.
Rayshawn Jackson, who was saved this week after he fell off a BART platform at the Oakland Coliseum by John O'Connor says he feels very lucky.
BART riders were delighted Tuesday afternoon when a miniature horse boarded a train from Oakland to San Francisco.
You've all seen the video by now— a courageous BART employee lifts an intoxicated man who fell onto the track way back on to the platform right as a train approaches at Oakland's Coliseum Station. But John O'Connor says he doesn't feel like a hero.
The video shows the two hugging afterward and a crowd cheering in the background.
BART supervisor pulls man from the path of an oncoming train at the Coliseum Station