The Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority will resume full service across the system Saturday, nearly four months after an employee killed nine workers in a mass shooting at the Guadalupe rail yard in San Jose.
The entire VTA light rail system will be back on track beginning Saturday in the South Bay.
The South Bay's train service is returning to rails three months after the Bay Area's deadliest mass shooting. That means people who rely on public transportation for work can take advantage of it once again.
KTVU's James Torrez reports from Milpitas.
Three months after the tragic mass shooting at a Valley Transportation Authority light rail yard in San Jose, the agency is moving toward resuming service.
A Valley Transportation Authority employee who survived the light-rail yard massacre in San Jose in May has died by apparent suicide, authorities said Tuesday.
The San Francisco 49ers are playing their first preseason game of the year Saturday, hosting the Kansas City Chiefs at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara.
Fans watching 49ers first preseason game against the Chiefs in person on Saturday should arrive early and bring a mask.
A petition presented on behalf of approximately 30 information technology workers who claim they experience fear, intimidation tactics and harassment from management.
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.
Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority's board of directors heard plans Tuesday to resume light rail service, with the goal of getting it back up and running by the end of this month.
It’s been six weeks since the deadly mass shooting at the Valley Transportation Authority light rail yard in San Jose. The lack of the three routes linking east, west, and south San Jose is impacting riders dependent on that service.
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.
In a major step following last month's mass shooting, Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority's board took emergency action Friday to streamline the process for repairs and for leasing new buildings. This, along with a push for state recovery funds, may help bring light rail service back soon.
SkyFOX flew over the facility on Friday, June 18 shortly after 12 noon.
VTA released over 200 pages of documents involving Samuel Cassidy, the employee who opened fire at a San Jose rail yard, killing 9 of his colleagues. KTVU's Jesse Gary reports.
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.
There has been an outpouring of interest from Bay Area residents looking to support victims of the VTA mass shooting in San Jose. Working Partnerships USA has a fund that will go toward the victims and their families. Learn more about their work and how to donate.