Apple CEO faces tough questions about app store competition

Apple CEO Tim Cook described the company's ironclad control over its mobile app store as the best way to serve and protect iPhone users, but he faced tough questions about competition issues from a judge Friday about allegations he oversees an illegal monopoly.  

Florists add much needed color to seniors' lives in dark times

With the Coronavirus draining much of the joy and color from the world these days, a small group of florists in San Ramon are trying to put some of it back, for people who perhaps need it most--those who are tucked away in senior care homes.

Police stepping up security at San Ramon’s Cal High after threat

A Bay Area high school will have an increased police presence next week after a threatening message was discovered in a boy's bathroom Wednesday. The message said California High School in San Ramon would be shot up on May 9. This is the third serious threat at the school in recent months. KTVU's Azenith Smith reports.

Report: Nursing home patients over-medicated across U.S.

When 93-year-old Celia Christian from San Ramon first settled into her new nursing home, she started taking medication that caused her to hallucinate and sleep all day. One day, her daughter even got a call that her mother was seeing lady bugs coming from the ceiling.