1 Dead, 1 Injured In Hit-And-Run At Rancho San Antonio Park In CupertinoA driver has been arrested on suspicion of murder after two people were struck, one fatally, in a hit-and-run at Rancho San Antonio County Park in Cupertino on Tuesday.
Apple Focuses On Services For Latest New Product LaunchAmid much fanfare, Apple unveiled its new gadgets and services Tuesday at the tech company's fall product launch.
Prowling Mountain Lion Family Prompts Park Closure Near CupertinoA popular park in the South Bay is closed for the weekend because of a family of mountain lions that doesn't appear to be afraid of people.
Cupertino May Face State Lawsuit If Vallco Housing Doesn't Get BuiltThe fate of the long-delayed project to replace the old Vallco Shopping Mall in Cupertino with housing could reportedly leave the city facing a lawsuit from the state.
Sagging iPhone Sales Blamed For Sharp Drop In Apple ProfitsThe iPhone's waning popularity is the main reason Apple's profit for the April-June period fell 13% to $10 billion.
Nepalese Man From Cupertino Admits Marriage Fraud In Effort To Stay In CountryA Nepalese man with ties to the South Bay has pleaded guilty to paying a Maine woman to marry him to obtain a green card.
Apple Is Adding 2,000 New Jobs In SeattleApple, headquartered in Cupertino, plans to expand its presence in Seattle by adding 2,000 new jobs in the city over the next five years.
Developers Sue Apple Over App Store CostsDevelopers are suing Apple over costs associated with selling apps on the company’s app store.
Deputies, Firefighters Rescue Tiny Calico Kitten From Storm Drain In CupertinoFirefighters rescued a tiny calico kitten stuck in a storage drain in Cupertino, Tuesday morning.
Teacher At Two South Bay Churches Arrested For Alleged Child Pornography, Sexual BatteryA youth leader and teacher at Saratoga and Cupertino churches was arrested last week on suspicion of child pornography possession and sexual battery, the Santa Clara County sheriff's office reported Monday.
Apple CEO Tim Cook Urges China To 'Open Up' At Beijing Economic ForumApple CEO Tim Cook says he's "extremely bullish" about the global economy based on the amount of innovation being carried out, and he's urging China to continue to "open up."