5 min ago | RedState
On today's edition of Coffee and Markets , Brad Jackson and Ben Domenech are joined by Ben Boychuk to discuss the political resurgence of California Governor Jerry Brown, why he has become so popular and how he has, at least for a year, balanced California's budget.
3 hrs ago | Oakland Post
Many leaders from the corporate world, government and the community always knew that David Glover was far more than just another community leader.
7 hrs ago | San Gabriel Valley Tribune
Californians can now view a list of health plans that are competing to provide policies to the millions of uninsured residents who need health care coverage to meet the Affordable Care Act's deadline, state officials announced Thursday.
7 hrs ago | Sacramento Bee Newspaper
When Gov. Jerry Brown talks about reducing the state's "wall of debt," he carefully limits it to about $30 billion in budget deficits, mostly money owed to schools and community colleges.
For the first time in seven years, the U.S. Senate has confirmed a judge to sit on the important federal appeals court for the District of Columbia.
On the one hand, California Governor Jerry Brown talks a good game on climate. Today, he joined 500 scientists to send a unified message about the changing climate.
The global threat of climate change must be addressed without delay lest we pass a tipping point after which the damage can't be undone, Gov.
It would be easy to lose track of the steady metronome of new dates and benchmarks in the rollout of the federal health care law, but today is a big one: during a 9 a.m. meeting at the California Museum, officials from the state's new health insurance marketplace will unveil the plans that private insurance companies will offer to Californians once ... (more)
Gov. Jerry Brown complained bitterly this morning that the news media ignores climate change, in a speech attended by more than a dozen photographers and reporters.
In the wake of the devastating tornado that hit Oklahoma Monday, Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr.
Officials say a Northern California subdivision that partly sank into a hilltop has stabilized after several homes, roads and sections of a sewer system were damaged.
Blythe residents could face a 200-mile round trip to the nearest court if their in-town courthouse is closed Blythe residents are concerned over a proposal from the Riverside County Superior Court to shutter the one-judge courtroom in their town.
Tehama District Fairboard Directors attend their final meeting Tuesday as a board.
The Sacramento Delta ecosystem will be devastated if the Bay Delta Conservation Plan happens, says the Sacramento News Review, being considerably more charitable towards Gov.
Special elections have been set to replace Norma Torres, who resigned her Assembly district after winning a state Senate seat.
Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. will join more than 500 world-renowned researchers and scientists to release a groundbreaking call to action on climate change tomorrow at the fourth annual Water, Energy and Smart Technology Summit and Showcase at NASA Ames Research Center.
Californians with disabilities and groups supporting them gathered at the Capitol today for a daylong push to make their voices heard and to lobby for restoration of past budget cuts affecting them.