Gilroy Garlic Festival Mass Shooting Lawsuit: Security Lapses Led To Deadly AttackNegligent security measures allowed a gunman to sneak in and fatally shoot three people and wound 13 others at the Gilroy Garlic Festival last summer, five of the injured victims claim in a lawsuit.
Gilroy Garlic Festival Shooting Victims To File Lawsuit Alleging Negligent SecuritySeveral victims of the Gilroy Garlic Festival mass shooting announced they will file a lawsuit Tuesday alleging that negligent security led to the tragic event.
Gilroy Foundation Awards SUV To Festival Shooting Victims To Help In Their RecoveryTwo victims of the Gilroy Garlic festival shooting have received a big helping hand as they continue to recover from their injuries.
South Bay Lawmakers Seek Hate Crimes Task Force In Wake Of Gilroy ShootingLocal county and city legislators could soon gather a task force to combat and address hate crimes in Santa Clara County following deadly shootings throughout the country, including one at the Gilroy Garlic Festival in July.
NRA Sues San Francisco Over Resolution Labeling It A 'Domestic Terrorist Organization'The National Rifle Association has sued San Francisco where city officials recently declared the gun-rights lobby a terrorist organization.
Gilroy Police Discover Additional Garlic Festival Shooting VictimGilroy police say they have identified an additional person who suffered a gunshot wound during a deadly shooting at the city's famous annual garlic festival last month, bringing the total number of injured to 20.
Gilroy's Young Chefs Compete In Fundraiser To Benefit Garlic Festival VictimsOn Sunday, three weeks after the mass shootings in Gilroy, a fundraiser luncheon for the victims was held. But this time, the stars of the kitchen were children.
Hundreds in San Francisco Join Nationwide 'Recess Rally' for Gun ControlHundreds of people rallied outside of San Francisco City Hall on Saturday morning to demand new gun control legislation in response to several mass shootings and an ongoing epidemic of gun violence.
Band Whose Music Was Halted by Gilroy Gunman Returns to Stage to Benefit VictimsA Bay Area classic-rock band that was playing at the Gilroy Garlic Festival when shots suddenly rang out returned to the stage for the first time since the mass shooting.
Somber Beginning To School Year In Gilroy Following Garlic Festival ShootingGilroy Unified School District officials welcomed students back to school just two and a half weeks after the Garlic Festival Shootings.
Youngest Victim Of Gilroy Garlic Festival Shooting Laid To RestAbout 300 friends and family of 6-year-old Stephen Romero remembered the boy Monday as a happy and outgoing kid who loved to dress up as Batman, read comic books and listen to The Weeknd.
San Jose Gun Owners May Be Required To Buy Liability Insurance Under Mayor's ProposalAll San Jose gun owners could be required to purchase liability insurance for their weapons under a new city ordinance proposed by Mayor Sam Liccardo on Monday.
Lady Gaga to Fund Classroom Needs in Gilroy, Other Communities Affected by Mass ShootingsLady Gaga's Born This Way Foundation is partnering with DonorsChoose.org to fully fund 23 classroom project needs in Gilroy.
San Jose Jazz Summer Fest Adds Security in Wake of Gilroy TragedySan Jose mayor Sam Liccardo echoed the sentiments of many in the South Bay, tweeting: "we will not allow the recent violence that has terrorized our nation undermine our collective passion for coming together."
Gilroy Rodeo Organizers Hope To Bring Community Together After Mass ShootingThe Gilroy Community will be coming back together this weekend for the first large outdoor event since the Garlic Festival Shooting.