Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger
Silicon Valley has lost a crucial voice in the planning of California’s high speed rail project, because one of the region’s most experienced transit advocates has not been reappointed to the bullet train board.
A California appeals court on Monday effectively barred the sale of state government buildings from proceeding until after Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger leaves office, casting doubt over whether the deal will ever go through.
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger has made a last-minute plea to the California Supreme Court to allow the sale of state office buildings to proceed.
California’s jobless rate held steady at 12.4 percent in November for the fourth straight month according to the latest data released today by the state’s Employment Development Department.
A state appeals court in San Jose shortened its deadline Thursday for receiving written arguments on whether it should continue a stay blocking the $2.3 billion sale of 11 state buildings.
SAN JOSE (CBS 5) — A state appeals court on Monday afternoon granted a stay that temporarily stops the sale of 11 state properties to a group of private investors, so that a lawsuit challenging […]
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger has offered a $50,000 reward for information about the murder of Ashley Yamauchi in San Rafael nearly two years ago.
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger was poised to call lawmakers into an emergency budget session, calling spending cuts “simply unavoidable.”
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger is leaving office just as he came in — with a party paid for by outside interest groups.
Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger’s final plan to balance the California budget without raising taxes may be met with a shrug from lawmakers more concerned about how his successor, Jerry Brown, plans to tackle the problem.