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.
Authorities say that a video made from officers' body cameras shows a quick response to the mass shooting by a VTA worker in San Jose.
Almost one week after a disgruntled Valley Transportation Authority employee carried out a deadly mass shooting at a rail yard where he worked, authorities released body-worn video of law enforcement officers' quick response to the active shooter scene.
There’s a warning out for those seeking to support the families of those killed in last week’s mass shooting at a Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) rail yard: Beware of fake fundraising efforts purported to be set up to benefit the families.
Kirk Bertolet was there in a San Jose rail yard when a co-worker he vaguely knew opened fire in a mass shooting that claimed 10 lives, including the gunman.
VTA employee discusses surviving the light-rail yard attack
Light rail service will be suspended indefinitely and replaced by bus bridges along VTA routes, the agency said. Last week, an employee killed nine VTA coworkers at a rail yard in San Jose.
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.
The investigation into the home of VTA gunman Samuel Cassidy continued Friday, and law enforcement officials announced new details about what they found at the home. Investigators hope to wrap up their work by the end of Friday night, and allow residents to return to their homes. KTVU's Ann Rubin reports.
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.
Flags were lowered to half-mast outside San Jose City Hall on Santa Clara Avenue Thursday. VTA bus drivers followed the route past a memorial that honored the lives of their nine co-workers.