COVID: Group Of Cupertino Parents Want Remote Learning Reinstated Amid Rise In Pediatric CasesA group of about two dozen Cupertino Union School District parents rallied Wednesday afternoon to demand that distance learning be reinstated as pediatric COVID-19 cases reach an all-time high in the nation.
Drought Emergency: More South Bay Residents Turn To Graywater Systems To Save Water And Their PlantsAs South Bay water officials ask everyone to cut back 15% because of the drought, more are turning to graywater to save water and their plants at the same time.
Quarry Near Cupertino Proposes Carving Away Scenic RidgeSanta Clara County is preparing for a legal battle with the Lehigh Hanson cement company near Cupertino over the rights to develop a hilltop directly adjacent to the Rancho San Antonio County Park, one of the most popular outdoor destinations in the South Bay.
As Apple Trial Nears End, CEO Tim Cook Plans To Take Witness StandThe legal battle over Apple’s commissions from the company’s app store is wrapping up with a bang, as the company made clear CEO Tim Cook plans to testify Friday.
Woman Killed In Cupertino Late Night Suspected DUI CrashA woman was killed and a suspected drunken driver with two previous DUI convictions in custody after a horrific 280 crash Friday night in Cupertino, authorities said.
South Bay Civil Engineer 'Mr. Barricade' Rises to Fame on TikTokSome may say civil engineering isn't the most interesting topic, but don't tell that to the over 436,000 followers Vignesh Swaminathan -- aka "Mr. Barricade" -- has amassed on TikTok.
Man Arrested In Fatal Hit-And-Run That Killed Bicyclist In CupertinoSanta Clara County sheriff's deputies announced an arrest in connection with a fatal hit-and-run that killed a bicyclist in Cupertino last year.
Former Cupertino Cement Plant Manager Sentenced For Bribery SchemeA former manager of the Permanente Cement Plant and Quarry near Cupertino has been sentenced to a year in county jail following his conviction last year in a bribery scheme that involved more than $100,000 in kickbacks and a luxury trip to Italy.
Apple to Identify What Personal Info Being Collected By AppsTo better inform its customers, Apple is identifying what kinds of personal information apps are collecting in its app stores for iPhones and other products.
Apple Settles For $113M With State Attorneys Over iPhone Battery SlowdownApple settled a lawsuit this week for $113 million that attorney generals from 34 states filed against the tech company over failing to inform customers that software updates would slow down older iPhones.
2 Arrested In Catalytic Converter Theft In Cupertino Shopping CenterTwo men were arrested after Santa Clara County sheriff's deputies found them allegedly cutting the catalytic converter out of a vehicle in the parking lot of a Cupertino shopping center early Thursday morning, sheriff's officials said.