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Most candidates run for the presidency, Governor Jerry Brown of California, however, is standing for President in 2016.
An East Bay Express headline asks, "Did 500 Stoners Swing Betty Yee's Race for Controller?" Some say Yee has the marijuana industry and its supporters to thank for her win.
Venture capitalist Vinod Khosla arrives at San Mateo County Superior Courthouse Monday afternoon May 12, 2014, in Redwood City, Calif.
California Attorney General Kamala Harris says she is helping secure lawyers to represent minors from Central America as they undergo immigration hearings.
The decision issued Thursday is a short-term win for Gov. Jerry Brown, who has made the $68-billion project a priority.
Gov. Jerry Brown talks about former Sen. John Vasconcellos during a memorial ceremony in Sacramento on Wednesday June 11, 2014.
The Public Policy Institute of California poll comes as lawmakers are negotiating changes to a funding package for water projects that legislative leaders see as too large and full of pork-barrel spending to win voter approval.
KCRA 3's Mike Luery takes a look at why Gov. Jerry Brown is going to Mexico for an upcoming economic mission.
Gov. Jerry Brown's nomination Tuesday of Mariano-Florentino Cuéllar to serve on California's Supreme Court speaks to this state's diversity and its collective intellect, and to the governor's desire to leave a lasting mark on this state's highest court.
Attorney General Kamala Harris filed papers on Monday seeking a formal ruling in the closely watched case from Judge Rolf Treu.
Anthony Barnosky first thought the e-mail was a joke. As an expert in species extinctions who had just sounded the alarm over looming environmental crises, he had grown used to bizarre messages filling his inbox.
President Barack Obama, second from left, walks and chats with, from left, Gov. Jerry Brown, farmer Joe De Bosque and his wife Maria Gloria De Bosque in Los Banos, Calif.
Gov. Jerry Brown talked about his priorities for a second term during a meeting with the Sacramento Bee Editorial Board on May 15, 2014.
Water flows through fish diversion louvres on its way from the Clifton Court Forebay to the Harvey O. Banks pumping plant, near Tracy, Calif.
During the last four decades, no California political issue has burned more intensely than capital punishment, but it may have ended with a whimper, rather than with a bang, last week.
Homeowners associations can no longer fine residents who fail to water their lawns during droughts under legislation sponsored by a San Jose lawmaker.
Updated: Fri Jul 25, 2014 07:45 am
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