Crime & Fire
AAA estimates that a first-time DUI conviction can cost a motorist more than $10,000 in fines, penalties, legal fees and increased insurance costs. Tipsy Tow is available April 20 and 21 in
An early morning fire on April 14 at a residence in the city of Hollister prompted a response from the city's Fire Department, an assist from CalFire personnel, and support from the American Red Cross.
Emmaus House, the only shelter for abused women and children in San Benito County, is a place of safety for women and children escaping abusive relationships, such as Jasmine Stone.
Carlos Sanchez was arrested on multiple theft, drug and possession of stolen property charges
Event at San Benito High School brought together law enforcement and educators from around the county
The project is designed to educate and remind motorists, parents, and students of the importance of school bus pedestrian safety.
A disaster-response trailer has been stolen from the American Red Cross's Santa Cruz facility. The trailer was stocked with cots, blankets, and other emergency supplies used during Red Cross responses in San Benito, Monterey, and Santa Cruz Counties.
The young woman was traveling at high speeds. Alcohol nor drugs are believed to be the cause.
According to the SBC sheriff's dept. the four subjects planned to go to Fremont Peak State Park to drink, do drugs and “party.”
The CHP Hollister-Gilroy Area Office reminds motorists to buckle up and designate a sober driver this St. Patrick’s Day
According to a press release by the CHP, last year on St. Patrick’s Day, the CHP made 148 arrests statewide for driving under the influence (DUI).
The suspect was located and arraigned in Hollister.
The CHP is seeking information for a car accident that left a 6-year-old child with fatal injuries and another child with major injuries. The accident was one of several that occurred last weekend.
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