Mudslides, Flooding Prompts California Governor To Declare State Of EmergencyGov. Jerry Brown has declared a state of emergency for 50 California counties that were drenched by winter storms.
California May Face $2 Billion Budget Deficit, Gov. Brown WarnsGov. Jerry Brown has proposed a $122.5 billion budget for California and is warning of a possible $2 billion deficit in the coming fiscal year.
Obama Administration Pushes Delta Water Tunnel ProjectThe Obama administration is pushing for progress on a California water project before it leaves office.
Gov. Brown Formally Nominates Becerra For Attorney GeneralGov. Jerry Brown has formally nominated Xavier Becerra to be California's next attorney general.
California's 'First Dog' Sutter Brown Dies at 13"Sutter" Brown, a Pembroke Welsh corgi christened California's first dog by his owner Gov. Jerry Brown, died Friday following a brief illness.
New California Law Bans Drivers Handholding CellphonesYou know you're not supposed to talk or text while driving but, next week, a new law takes effect that prohibits California drivers from touching their phones -- except under very specific conditions.
Massive California Environmental Report Supports Delta Water Twin-Tunnel PlanThe Brown administration's 90,000-plus-page environmental-impact report clears another regulatory hurdle for the proposed tunnels.
Becerra Nominated To Replace Harris As California Attorney GeneralCalifornia Gov. Jerry Brown has chosen U.S. Rep. Xavier Becerra to succeed Kamala Harris as state attorney general.
Brown Not Backing Down On Fighting Climate Change After Trump WinGov. Jerry Brown said California won't back down from the fight against climate change following Donald Trump's election as president.
Sex Workers Demand Meeting With Gov. Brown On Legalizing ProstitutionA coalition of sex workers has gathered almost 6,000 signatures on an online petition, demanding a meeting with Gov. Jerry Brown.
Prop 55 Would Extend Gov. Brown's 'Temporary' Tax For 12 YearsProposition 55 maintains the current income tax rates, raising from $4 billion to $9 billion a year.
Gov. Brown And Schwarzenegger Champion Curbing Of Greenhouse GasesGov. Jerry Brown and his predecessor Arnold Schwarzenegger were together supporting California’s efforts to curb greenhouse gases.

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