Crime & Fire
Arson fire still being investigated, Babe Ruth League will miss season after 60 years playing at Vets Park
The San Benito County Babe Ruth League will miss playing this season because of the arson fire at Vets Park as investigation continues. League uses GoFundMe in attempt to raise money.
Police Officer injured by another vehicle while pursuing three women accused of grand theft and stolen property.
Two men were seen fleeing from the fire scene and are suspected of attempted burglary of Babe Ruth League snack bar and then deliberately setting fire to a tool shed. Damage to nearby light may delay baseball season.
Supes delay cannabis business ordinance until November, demand immediate prosecution of illegal grows
After Supervisor Robert Rivas reverses his position on cannabis ordinance, board moves hearing to November, as some push to immediately prosecute illegal operators
Two shootings, less than an hour apart, are being investigated as gang activity
After the latest flurry of break-ins and thefts, youth baseball and softball leagues will install cameras and lights in attempt to fight back after 12 years of criminal activity
Drivers passing through the checkpoint will be checked for impairment and arrested if determined to be under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs
CMAP TV summer intern Erica Leung interviews Hollister firefighters about how to stay safe during the summer fire season
Event in Kmart lot is intended to inform people about how to properly prepare for and respond to disasters and other emergencies
Device made by 15-year-old led to chemical exposure of the officer, who was treated at the hospital
Restrictions in San Benito County and others mean target shooting is only permitted between 30 minutes before sunrise until noon until fire danger subsides
52-year-old arrested in Salinas on suspicion of selling cocaine at the motorcycle rally in downtown Hollister
Construction is expected to begin in late August, with the state funding 80 percent of the project
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