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Fatal shooting reported on Butterfield

A man was shot and killed while driving on Butterfield Boulevard in Morgan Hill Friday afternoon, according to police.

Five more Garlic Fest claims filed against city of Gilroy

Five more victims of the Gilroy Garlic Festival mass shooting—including the family of Keyla Salazar—have filed claims for damages against the city for death, injuries and other trauma suffered as a result of the incident.

Two injured in Morgan Hill shooting

Morgan Hill Police are looking for the suspect or suspects involved in a Thursday night shooting that left two injured, according to...

Search continues for suspect who shot deputy

A Santa Clara County Sheriff’s deputy was saved from serious injury by his body-worn camera and bullet-proof vest when an unknown shooter or shooters fired at him on Uvas Road in Morgan Hill, authorities said.

Sheriff’s deputy shot on Uvas Road

Authorities are searching for a suspect or suspects who shot a Santa Clara County Sheriff’s deputy near Uvas Reservoir Friday night.

Garlic Fest victims file claims against Gilroy

The city of Gilroy likely will be sued for damages by 11 surviving gunshot victims of the Gilroy Garlic Festival mass shooting, as well as the parents of 6-year-old Stephen Romero, who was killed in the July 28 incident, based on recent court filings.

Shooting victims sue Garlic Festival

A lawsuit filed Nov. 12 in Santa Clara County Superior Court alleges that negligent security allowed a heavily armed gunman to enter the Gilroy Garlic Festival on July 28, killing three people and injuring at least 14 others.

Two suspects sought in Nov. 9 shooting

Morgan Hill police are looking for two suspects involved in a shooting that left a victim injured early Saturday morning, according to authorities.

Garlic Festival contract is 34 years old

The City of Gilroy is bracing itself for potential litigation over the Gilroy Garlic Festival mass shooting July 28 that bloodied the last day of the festival.

Editorial: Mental illness doesn’t explain gun violence

The notion that mental illness drives the current spate of mass shootings is a dangerous oversimplification.