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Lawsuit filed by MH resident challenges county’s ‘Domestic Violence Protocol’

It was a Valentine’s Day from hell. According to a complaint filed Feb. 9 in federal court, Tom Mosgrove spent Valentine’s Day in 2022 in...

Lowney sworn in as Santa Clara County judge

Gilroy resident and former longtime prosecutor Stephen Lowney was recently sworn in as one of Santa Clara County Superior Court’s newly appointed judges.  An Aug....

CA Attorney General intervenes in Amah Mutsun lawsuit

California Attorney General Rob Bonta is stepping in on behalf of the Amah Mutsun Tribal Band in their lawsuit against San Benito County to...

Suspect in highway projectile attacks pleads guilty

Charles Kenneth Lafferty, the Los Banos man accused of shooting projectiles at dozens of motorists on Highways 156 and 101 in 2019, pleaded guilty...

Animal cruelty suspect ordered to house arrest

A Morgan Hill woman who is accused of felony animal abuse has been ordered to wear a monitoring device and is restricted to home...

Former GOP candidate for 30th district convicted of election fraud

Neil Kitchens—a Prunedale resident who ran unsuccessfully against Robert Rivas in the 2018 race for state assembly—pleaded guilty to felony election fraud on election day 2020, according to authorities.

Court to expunge marijuana convictions

Instead of going through the lengthy process of filing a petition, thousands of Santa Clara County residents will have their marijuana convictions expunged automatically.