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July3, 2020

Police investigate Cosmo Ave. shooting

Morgan Hill Police are investigating reports of shots fired on Cosmo Avenue Friday afternoon.

Virus casualty was a beloved cowboy

Ken Machado, a Morgan Hill native who lived in Paicines for about the last 20 years, was the first San Benito County resident to die with the COVID-19 illness, according to his family and friends.

Live Oak teacher resigns after classroom medical incident

Morgan Hill Police and paramedics responded to Live Oak High School earlier this month after students found one of their teachers unresponsive on a classroom floor, according to authorities.

Shoe Palace responds to city statement

Shoe Palace issued a letter to Morgan Hill city officials last week, disputing a recent statement that it would not be moving into its new building currently under construction. Morgan Hill city staff released information Jan. 7 about the...

Shoe Palace won’t expand into new building

Shoe Palace will not expand into a warehouse it is currently constructing next to its headquarters on Jarvis Drive, and will instead lease it to other tenants.

Driver dies in Jan. 13 collision

A male motorist died in a traffic accident on the north side of Morgan Hill Monday morning, according to police.

Shooting victim was newly hired Job Coach

Authorities identified the man who died in a shooting on Butterfield Boulevard May 29 as 18-year-old Michael Duran, Jr., of Morgan Hill.

New radar system announced

Valley Water joined local, regional, state, and federal agencies this week to unveil a new high-resolution radar to better forecast “extreme weather events.” The first permanent “X-Band Radar” in the San Francisco Bay Area’s rainfall information system, the radar...

MH woman arrested in Anaheim sex trafficking investigation

A 19-year-old Morgan Hill woman was among three people arrested in Anaheim on suspicion of sex trafficking and other charges, according to police.

Local police, DA to host gun buyback Dec. 14

The Santa Clara County District Attorney’s Office will partner with the Gilroy and Morgan Hill police departments to sponsor a $50,000 gun buyback in the South Bay Dec. 14.