Gilroy Garlic Festival Shooting

Sruti Mamidanna/KQED

The FBI is opening a federal domestic terorrism investigation into the Gilroy Garlic Festival shooting suspect.  

Sruti Mamidanna/KQED

Preliminary findings from the Santa Clara County Coroner's Office show the shooter at the Gilroy Garlic Festival died of a self inflicted gunshot wound to the head.

Doug McKnight

Gilroy Police released the names of the officers who took down the shooter at the Gilroy Garlic Festival.  This as investigators continue to search for a motive in the deadly attack.

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The gunman behind the Gilroy Garlic Festival shooting likely acted alone. That’s the latest to come from the investigation into the mass shooting.  On Sunday, a 19-year-old gunman opened fire on a crowd at the festival. 

Erika Mahoney

The Gilroy community gathered Monday night for a vigil. They honored the victims of the deadly shooting at the Garlic Festival through prayers and chanting.

Doug McKnight

New details are emerging about the shooting Sunday night at the Gilroy Garlic Festival. Police say an alleged gunman killed three people. The victims include two children and one adult. 

Erika Mahoney

The mass shooting in Gilroy underlined how quickly such events unfold. A man with a rifle opened fire as a band played at the Gilroy Garlic Festival. Police say they engaged and killed the suspect within one minute. Yet that single minute was long enough for the gunman to kill three people. He also injured 15 people, many of them critically.