Pres. Trump Surveys Wildfire Devastation with Gov. Brown, Gov.-Elect NewsomPresident Donald Trump came to California Saturday to tour the devastation caused from the nation's deadliest wildfire in a century.
Audit Cites Flaws In Costly California High-Speed Rail ProjectFlawed decision-making and poor contract management contributed to billions in cost overruns and years of delays in the as-yet unbuilt California's high-speed rail line between Los Angeles and San Francisco, state auditors said Thursday.
Newsom, Brown Address Fires In 1st Joint Appearance Since ElectionCalifornia's incoming governor said Tuesday his transition started with a "reality check" as the state contended with a mass shooting and two deadly wildfires.
Camp Fire Death Toll Rises To 42; Now Deadliest Wildfire In California HistoryThe Butte County Sheriff announced Monday night that the death toll from the Camp Fire has risen to 42 after crews confirmed an additional 13 lives lost during their search for the missing.
Brown Bashes Repeal Of Gas Tax Hike In Rare Campaign StopGov. Jerry Brown is making a rare campaign appearance to oppose a measure that would roll back transportation investments under his watch.
Billionaire Boys Club's Joe Hunt Seeks Cut In Life SentenceHe's calling on California Gov. Jerry Brown to make him eligible for parole and give him a chance to leave prison after spending 34 years behind bars.
California To Allow Criminals With 3-Strike Life Sentences To Seek ParoleCalifornia will reconsider life sentences for up to 4,000 nonviolent third-strike criminals by allowing them to seek parole under a ballot measure approved by voters two years ago, according to court documents obtained by The Associated Press on Thursday.
California Law Requiring Women On Company Boards Spotlights Deep ChallengesCalifornia's new law requiring companies to include women on their boards of directors may not survive widely expected legal challenges but it has already spotlighted the entrenched practices and barriers that have helped keep women out of boardrooms.
SF Mayor Breed Weighs Moving Forward With Drug Injection Site Despite Gov. Brown VetoDriven in part by family tragedy, San Francisco Mayor London Breed has repeatedly pledged to open what could be the first supervised drug injection site in the country.
Brown Signs Bills Easing Crime Penalties, Boosting Scrutiny Of PoliceCalifornia is continuing a years-long easing of criminal penalties even as it increases public scrutiny of law enforcement.
2 Bills Increasing Law Enforcement Transparency Signed By BrownCalifornia Gov. Jerry Brown signed two bills into law on Sunday that will increase access to law enforcement records and body camera footage, according to state officials.
Brown Signs Bill Allowing For Housing At BART StationsWith Gov. Jerry Brown signing Assembly Bill 2923 into law Sunday, Bay Area Rapid Transit officials say they want to build 20,000 new housing units - at least 35 percent of them affordable - at or near its stations by 2040.
Gov. Brown Signs Law Requiring Women on Corporate BoardsCalifornia has become the first state to require publicly traded companies to include women on their boards of directors, according to a law signed Sunday by Gov. Jerry Brown.
Gov. Brown Vetoes 2 Bills Expanding Rights, Protection Of ImmigrantsCalifornia Gov. Jerry Brown vetoed two bills Thursday seeking to expand the rights of immigrants living in the country illegally and protect them from deportation.
Gov. Brown Signs Bill Allowing Oakland To Lease Caltrans Land For Homeless CentersOakland Mayor Libby Schaaf thanked Gov. Jerry Brown Friday for signing a bill that allows her city to lease public land for future homeless centers.