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Saturday, August 24, 2019

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Gilroy native died in taco eating contest

The family of Gilroy native Dana Hutchings is in mourning after the 41-year-old father died during a taco eating competition earlier this month.

FBI finds Garlic Festival killer’s target list

The FBI is investigating the Gilroy Garlic Festival shooting as a domestic terrorism incident. In making the announcement in Gilroy Aug. 6, authorities said Santino...

Sheriff: Suspect trafficked Gilroy woman

Sheriff’s deputies arrested a Watsonville man who is accused of trafficking a young Gilroy woman for sex, and assaulting her on multiple occasions over...

Gilroy Police Chief Scot Smithee talks about the Garlic Festival shooting

Gilroy Police Chief Scot Smithee stopped by the Garlic Festival law enforcement tent at “Gate 3” on Miller Avenue on his way...

Police chief names ‘hero’ officers in Gilroy Garlic Festival shooting

Eric Cryar, Hugo Del Moral and Robert Basuino are the Gilroy police officers hailed as heroes for shooting and killing the gunman who murdered three people and injured more than a dozen others at the Gilroy Garlic Festival July 28.

Garlic Festival shooting suspect showed no warning signs of violence

Neighbors of Santino William Legan were surprised to learn the 19-year-old Gilroy native reportedly went on a shooting spree July 28 at the Garlic Festival, killing three people and wounding another dozen before being shot by police.

Police, FBI, ATF comb scene of Gilroy Garlic Festival shooting

A gunman at the Gilroy Garlic Festival killed a 6-year-old boy, a 13-year-old girl and a 25-year-old man as the three-day food...

Kitchens returns to court in August

The July 16 preliminary hearing for Neil Kitchens, a former Republican candidate for state assembly District 30 accused of five felonies related to voter fraud and forgery, has been delayed until mid-August.

More than 100 protest ICE

A July 12 protest outside a federal immigration office in South County preceded a weekend during which threatened raids and deportations of local undocumented immigrants—according to many accounts—didn’t ultimately materialize.

Officers patrol city

As the summer continues and downtown Gilroy becomes livelier on Friday and Saturday nights, the sight of uniformed police officers walking the...