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August 3, 2020

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SJPD officer accused of fraud, wage theft, tax evasion

A San Jose Police officer who lives in Morgan Hill has been charged with multiple felonies connected to his use of his private security company to commit fraud, cheat on his taxes, steal wages and launder about $18 million, according to authorities.

City settles in wrongful death lawsuit

The City of Gilroy has settled a lawsuit with the family of Hector Alvarez, who died when police shot him during an...

Memorial pays tribute to victims of festival shooting

When shooting broke out at Christmas Hill Park on July 28, 2019, one mother had to make a split-second decision.

County election candidates report increased fundraising

With the deadline to file for candidacy more than two weeks away, some intending to run for Santa Clara County elected offices in the June primary have already reported growing war chests for the upcoming campaign.

Turn the wheels of justice

It’s been a year since Antolin Garcia Torres, 22 of Morgan Hill, was arrested and charged with the kidnap and murder of 15-year-old Sierra LaMar.

Toddler death a ‘horrible mistake’

The father of the 3-year-old Gilroy boy who accidentally shot and killed himself on July 5 will not be prosecuted, according to a report by the Santa Clara County District Attorney’s Office which called the shooting a “horrible, irreversible mistake.”

Staring at murder; Garcia Torres officially charged

Antolin Garcia Torres, 21 of Morgan Hill, was charged Thursday with murdering Sierra LaMar, 15, who has been missing since March 16.

MACSA leader did all she could to ‘keep things afloat’

The former CEO of the Mexican American Community Services Agency who is accused of skimming money from employees’ retirement savings will argue she was doing “everything she could to keep things afloat” while working for the nonprofit organization which once ran a charter school in Gilroy.