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Wednesday, October 23, 2019

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Gilroy football players quit, season is canceled

Successive stunning announcements about Gilroy High School football players the first two days of October ended the Mustangs’ season after four games. The high school...

4 GHS football players accused of sexual battery

Four members of the Gilroy High School football team are accused of sexual battery following an altercation with a fellow student on Sept. 26, according to Gilroy police. 

City wants to host gun buyback day

At the request of a group of concerned residents, Gilroy officials are looking into hosting a voluntary gun buyback event.

County warns of ‘fake pills’ with deadly fentanyl

Local public safety and health authorities are advising residents of an increase in fentanyl overdoses in Santa Clara County, and the growing presence of counterfeit pain pills that contain the powerful opioid.

Gilroy man dies in four-vehicle crash Sept.22 on Pacheco Pass Highway

A 51-year-old Gilroy man died after he was rear-ended on Highway 152, resulting in a four-car accident and injuries to several other Sunday evening...

Gilroy native dies 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.