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2 hrs ago | ABC News
Drought-stricken California farmers and cities are set to get more water as state and federal officials ease cutbacks due to recent rain and snow, officials announced on Friday.
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2 hrs ago | The Press-Enterprise
Gov. Jerry Brown announced 63 pardons on Good Friday, April 18. Those pardoned include five who were convicted in Inland courts.
2 hrs ago | SFGate
California Gov. Jerry Brown signs a bill to raise California minimum wage in Los Angeles, Sept.
6 hrs ago | Sacramento Bee Newspaper
Gov. Jerry Brown announced 63 pardons Friday, with the vast majority of the recipients convicted of long-ago drug crimes.
6 hrs ago | City Journal
California's Supreme Court was once the nation's most respected and influential state judicial body.
8 hrs ago | BusinessWeek
California has a $25 billion plan to transport snowmelt from the northern Sierras through a pair of 37-mile tunnels to farms and cities in the south.
12 hrs ago | Daily Record
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Douglas F. Gansler Thursday called for increased transparency when it comes to contracts with the Maryland Health Benefit Exchange.
13 hrs ago | Santa Cruz Sentinel
Santa Cruz >> Hal Hyde, founding vice chancellor of UC Santa Cruz, remembers with great clarity the day he and his boss, Dean McHenry, joined Gov. Pat Brown and university President Clark Kerr to break ground on Cowell Ranch land overlooking Monterey Bay.
One month after splitting with his campaign manager in his run for governor, Republican Tim Donnelly fired Alex Vassar, his legislative chief of staff, sources said.
Caltrans is asking cities and counties throughout California to submit applications for projects that promote biking and walking that will vie for a share of $360 million in federal and state funding from the state's new Active Transportation Program the nation's largest.
The latter is running second to Democratic incumbent and prohibitive favorite Jerry Brown in the latest Field Poll and also trouncing his rival among likely Mainstream party leaders privately are aghast at the possibility that Donnelly, whose views include fierce opposition to abortion rights, gay marriage, and any form of gun control, will emerge ... (more)
The state is putting $1 billion behind water-recyling efforts. But will people drink it? Do they even have a choice? With a record-setting, once-in-500-years drought still underway, it may be time for California to embrace toilet water.
Visalians, it's time to adopt a new habit. One of our most important resources is in trouble, and we need to do everything we can to protect it today and into the future.
A state appeals court has denied a petition by the California High-Speed Rail Authority seeking to head off a trial over whether its bullet-train plans comply with state law.
Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. today called a special session of the Legislature to replace the Rainy Day Fund on the November ballot with a dedicated reserve that would allow the state to pay down its debts and unfunded liabilities.
Gov. Jerry Brown on Wednesday called a special session of the Legislature for next week to address his effort to put a rainy-day fund constitutional amendment on the November ballot.
The latest Field Poll just released this morning confirms that we have established a commanding lead in the race to become the Republican nominee for Governor.