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San Jose police investigating stabbings, beatings behind Overfelt High School


    San Jose police are investigating a multiple stabbing and beating, that witnesses say was the result of a late night brawl behind Overfelt High School.
    Police say officers responded to reports of a stabbing in the 1800 block of Darwin Way, near Ocala Avenue, just before 10:45 p.m.
    Officers found two men stabbed and three men beaten.
    Witnesses say knives and baseball bats were used.
    All of the victims have been taken to the hospital.
    Earlier reports say one of them sustained life-threatening injuries, but police now say all injuries are not life threatening.
    No suspects have been arrested.  Full Story
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Gilroy Garlic Festival runs this weekend


    The stinking rose takes center stage beginning today in Gilroy as the annual garlic festival gets underway at Christmas Hill Park.
    Festival Assistant Executive Director Joanne Kessler tells KLIV there will be a lot of food available for the large crowds of 100,00 people expected through the weekend, including scampi, calamari, and pepper steak sandwiches.
    Kessler says the festival's gourmet alley alone is expected to go through two thousand pounds of Christopher Ranch garlic between Friday and Sunday.  Full Story
 

Today is a Spare the Air Day


    A spare the air alert has been issued for today.
    The combination of high temperatures, low winds and motor vehicle exhaust is expected to cause unhealthy ozone pollution throughout the Bay Area.
    Temperatures will be in the mid-90s in the South Bay.
    It's the sixth Spare the Air Alert called by the Air Quality Management District this season and the first since June 9th.  Full Story

eBay sued over security breaches


    eBay is now facing a consumer privacy lawsuit over a cyberattack earlier this year.
    The suit filed Wednesday say eBay failed to adequately protect million of users' identities and information, and that they neglected to tell customers of the security breach for months.
    eBay told its customers in May that a string of cyberattacks between February and March may have affected up to 145 million user records - including passwords and physical addresses.  Full Story
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