Through song and prayer, community members in Half Moon Bay mourned the seven victims of Monday’s deadly mass shooting.
A bell echoed through San Francisco's Chinatown, sounding once for each of the souls lost in the mass shootings at Half Moon Bay and Monterey Park.
The shooting that left four dead at a California mushroom farm on Monday was at least the second time an employee tried to kill a coworker on the property, records show.
Families of those killed in the recent mass shootings in Half Moon Bay have created fundraisers to help bury their loved ones.
As new details emerge in the aftermath of the Half Moon Bay mass shooting that left seven farmworkers dead, the massacre also highlights the harsh living and working conditions that some of those farmworkers endured.
The nephew of Half Moon Bay shooting victim, Marciano Martinez-Jimenez described his uncle as being kind and said he was killed while trying to stop the gunman from hurting others.
Dozens of flower bouquets and candles adorned the steps at Mac Dutra Plaza in Half Moon Bay to remember the seven people killed in the mass shooting.
San Mateo County officials on Wednesday released the names of the seven people killed in a mass shooting in Half Moon Bay.
Non-perishable food, clothing and monetary donations are being collected in support for the Half Moon Bay shooting victims' families by farmworker organizations.
Two brothers were among the victims who were gunned down in Monday's mass shooting in Half Moon Bay.
The shooting suspects in Half Moon Bay and Monterey Park were both Asian men in their 60s and 70s but Dr. Thomas Plante, a Psychology professor at Santa Clara University, says it’s rare for seniors of any background to commit these types of acts.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom demanded federal action on gun safety while responding to the state’s second mass shooting within 48 hours.
Chunli Zhao, 66, is accused of killing seven of his co-workers in back-to-back shootings at two Half Moon Bay mushroom farms was charged Wednesday with seven counts of murder and one of attempted murder.
The community in Half Moon Bay is stepping up in a major way, providing as much support as they can to the families impacted by Monday's mass shooting.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom expressed frustration and anger on Tuesday after responding to another mass shooting in the state, this time in Half Moon Bay.
The gunman who allegedly carried out a mass shooting in a Half Moon Bay farming community on Monday leaving seven people dead, was accused in 2013 of threatening to kill a former co-worker and trying to suffocate the man with a pillow, according to court documents.
The 66-year-old man arrested for killing seven farmworkers and injuring an eighth was an employee at the mushroom farm where he once worked – and then fired off a hail of bullets – in a case where "all evidence points to workplace violence," according to the San Mateo County Sheriff.
Seven people were killed in a pair of shootings in Half Moon Bay on Monday – a normally quiet coastal city known for farming, tidepools and an annual pumpkin festival, authorities said.
President Joe Biden on Tuesday said not only was he praying for those killed in the latest mass shooting in Half Moon Bay, but he has directed his administration to ensure the city that they have the "full support of the federal government in the wake of this heinous attack."
Residents in the close-knit community of Half Moon Bay were shocked Monday by a mass shooting that left seven people dead and one person taken to Stanford Hospital with gunshot injuries.