1 hr ago | KESQ-TV Palm Desert
California is sending six specially trained urban search-and-rescue workers to Oklahoma to assist recovery efforts after Monday's tornado.
2 hrs ago | The Press-Enterprise
With the Riverside County Democratic Party throwing its support behind Senate Bill 56, which would restore crucial state funding to the four new cities, it will be interesting to see how Gov.
4 hrs ago | San Diego Source
Normally, it's uncomfortable at best to hear a federal judge - let alone a panel of three - thunder criticism from the bench.
8 hrs ago | In El Dorado County
To ensure adequate funding remains at the county level for safety net services, dollars would only be redirected based on actual county-by-county experience.
8 hrs ago | In El Dorado County
"A unified, functioning bi-state agency is the best thing for the health and well-being of Lake Tahoe and the community at large," said Sen.
9 hrs ago | Inside Bay Area
A little more than a week before engineers are expected to disclose whether the Bay Bridge's new span can open as planned Labor Day weekend, Gov.
10 hrs ago | East Bay Express
The bolts were designed to be too hard and brittle and could snap in an earthquake; 32 of the rods have broken already.
Gov. Jerry Brown has renewed his push to eliminate the $700 million to $750 million a year business tax break known as enterprise zones, this time with the goal of using that money in ways that actually would stimulate economic development.
Legislative Analyst Mac Taylor forecasts more state revenue than the governor's budget does, but the analyst's report is not a green light for boosting ongoing spending.
Gov. Jerry Brown said this morning he does not know if the state will open the new eastern span of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge as scheduled on Labor Day weekend, as officials respond to reports of cracked bolts on the structure.
Gov. Jerry Brown said Monday he does not know if the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge will open over Labor Day weekend, as scheduled, due to safety concerns.
Editor's Blog , posted by Jeb Bing, editor of the Pleasanton Weekly, 10 hours ago Jeb Bing is a member of PleasantonWeekly.com With those words not heard from a Pleasanton mayor since Ken Mercer in the 1980s, Mayor Jerry Thorne spelled out his views and governing strategy to loud applause at a meeting last Friday of local Realtors and real ... (more)
The bill repeals a law passed by the 2011 Legislature that paved the way for Nevada to exit the Tahoe Compact created in the late 1960s to regulate development and oversee environmental controls in the Tahoe Basin that straddles Nevada and California.
Gov. Jerry Brown had hardly finished presenting his annual budget revision last week before state Sen.
Last December, in an act of political expediency that shocked and dismayed many immigration activists, Governor Brown declined to sign into law the California Trust Act.
Jerry Brown – who made "lower your expectations" a catchphrase of his first governorship – is back in that mode during his second stint, especially on spending.
Gearing up to run for governor next year, Abel Maldonado went on a statewide, 10-stop barnstorming tour this month.