The city and people of Gilroy marked an emotional milestone late Tuesday morning. After more than a month, Christmas Hill Park, the site of the Garlic Festival mass shooting, is now reopened. KTVU's Jesse Gary reports the ceremony was brief, but important for the community in order to heal.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation has now classified the Gilroy Garlic Festival shooting as a domestic terrorism investigation, saying the gunman was "exploring violent ideologies" and had a specific list of targets. KTVU's Maureen Naylor reports the motive is still unclear.
The FBI has now classified the Gilroy Garlic Festival shooting as a domestic terrorism investigation saying the gunman was "exploring violent ideologies." KTVU's Maureen Naylor reports officials say the gunman had a list of specific targets.
While many farmers have been hard hit by the U.S. trade war with China, there is actually one crop that stands to benefit: garlic. In Gilroy, increased tariffs have Christopher Ranch rejoicing.
A Gilroy mother is hoping to raise awareness about her son's rare skin condition after a difficult encounter she had at Gilroy Garden’s Water Oasis. Employees at the theme park will now be receiving more training after other patrons complained about her son.
Friday marks the start of the 38th annual Gilroy Garlic Festival, but while tens of thousands of people flock to that town to sample its signature spice, others will get the taste courtesy of a new menu item at a national chain restaurant.