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Volunteers sought for Civil Grand Jury

Presiding Judge Theodore C. Zayner announced that the Superior Court of California, County of Santa Clara is seeking volunteers to serve on the 2023...

Grand Jury now accepting applications for 2022

The Superior Court of California, County of Santa Clara, is now accepting applications from residents to serve on the 2022 Santa Clara County Civil...

Gun maker added to defendants in lawsuit over Garlic Festival shooting

It's been two years since the mass shooting at the Gilroy Garlic Festival claimed the lives of three people and injured 17, but pandemic-related...

Joshie: ‘It will be hard for me to have a good...

Joshua Valdez is back on his feet six months after the hit-and-run accident that left him with a busted knee and traumatic brain injury, but he thinks the woman who hit him while he was walking home one night more than six months ago should have been locked up for more than a year, and supervised on probation longer than the five years the judge ordered for her at South County Courthouse Monday.

Civil Grand Jury sworn in

Nobody from South County was appointed to the Santa Clara County 2012-2013 Civil Grand Jury, according to a press release from the Santa Clara County Superior Court.

Plea in double murder in alleged drunk car wreck set for...

Stacy Lonnberg, the 51-year-old Gilroy woman who is charged with murder for allegedly driving drunk and causing a Jan. 14 car accident that killed her husband and daughter, is scheduled to enter a plea on Thursday at the Santa Clara County Superior Court at 2 p.m.

Fatal drive-by shooting plea hearing postponed

A plea hearing for the five suspects accused of the Nov. 4, 2011 murder of Tara Romero was rescheduled Thursday.

Councilman has felony drug conviction

Gilroy City Councilman and mayoral candidate Dion Bracco has a criminal record that includes a 1990 felony conviction for possession of methamphetamine for sale, according to court records obtained by the Dispatch.

Homeowners claim shoddy work

For Eagle Ridge homeowner Greg Yancey, there's no such thing as "home sweet home."

Plea hearing postponed for suspects in Tara Romero murder

Morgan Hill - Thursday's plea hearing for five suspects accused of shooting and killing 14-year-old Tara Romero last year was delayed.