Over 100,000 tons of landscaping wood chips are stored at that location.
Law enforcement believe alcohol impairment may have been a factor.
Shoe Palace and facility supervisors are encouraged by the results.
Suspension takes effect Jan. 14 at 8 a.m. and bans all residential outdoor burning of landscape debris.
Police state that the body is believed to be male, and could have been there as long as a few weeks to a few months ago.
Facility previously closed Dec. 24 due to potential COVID-19 exposure.
Local powerhouse tends to fires throughout San Benito County and the state.
Hollister Police Department states the downtown camera network was "instrumental" in the investigation.
Tech to aid in deterring illegal activity where children and families gather.
HPD asking for potential witnesses to come forward regarding an incident that occurred on Dec. 30.
Suspect charged with felony possession of a concealed handgun, public intoxication, and violation of a served criminal protective order.
Hollister resident, postal inspector and police chief offer advice on how to prevent package thefts.
Suspension lifted at 8 a.m. on Dec. 21.
Public land visitors can again use campfires outside of developed campgrounds and posted recreation sites, and target shooting is generally allowed if done in a safe manner and without damaging natural resources or improvements.
Suspect charged with five offenses.
Courtney Evans said she assumes she broke a rule requiring face masks.
Officers found illegal drugs, several power tools, reciprocating saws, and two recently removed catalytic converters in suspects' vehicle.
Per department policy, the officers involved have been placed on paid administrative leave while an investigation is conducted.