The latest on the BART strike and worker deaths, from Reuters:
San Francisco faced another day without its commuter rail system on Sunday with no new strike talks scheduled to resolve the labor dispute.
Vigils were planned in honor of two workers who were struck and killed by a train as they checked a section of the track over the weekend.
The strike against the Bay Area Rapid Transit agency, which carries about 400,000 riders a day, began on Friday after contract talks broke down over pay and workplace rules.
With no negotiating talks scheduled, the walkout is expected to snarl traffic in the coming week as the city returns to work.
On Sunday, members of one of the unions leading the strike planned vigils for the two workers, according to a spokeswoman for the Service Employees International Union Local 1021.
A second union, Amalgamated Transit Union Local 1555, canceled picket lines for the day because of the deaths. Its members, among the more than 2,000 BART workers on strike, will resume picketing on Monday, it said on its website.