State Buildings Sale Blocked By San Jose Appeals Court
Schwarzenegger Offers $50,000 Reward In 2008 San Rafael MurderGov. Arnold Schwarzenegger has offered a $50,000 reward for information about the murder of Ashley Yamauchi in San Rafael nearly two years ago.
Schwarzenegger Proposes $9.9B In Cuts, Fund ShiftsGov. Arnold Schwarzenegger was poised to call lawmakers into an emergency budget session, calling spending cuts "simply unavoidable."
Lobbyists To Host Schwarzenegger Farewell PartyGov. Arnold Schwarzenegger is leaving office just as he came in — with a party paid for by outside interest groups.
Lame Duck Governor To Propose 'Ugly Cuts' For CaliforniaGovernor 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.
Lawsuit Seeks Halt To San Francisco Civic Center SaleA lawsuit filed Tuesday sought to halt the sale of 11 California state office complexes, including the San Francisco Civic Center, alleging the process illegally bypassed the state Judicial Council and amounts to an improper gift of public funds.
Board Clears Way For Sale Of California State BuildingsThe state Public Works Board voted 3-2 Monday to retire the bonds on several state-owned office buildings, paving the way for California to sell property as a way to raise cash quickly in a deal that analysts warn could cost taxpayers in the long run.
Political, Hollywood Big Wigs Join Schwarzenegger At Climate ConferenceIn a move that was widely seen as a stepping stone for his next role, Gov. Schwarzenegger on Monday hosted his third and final Climate Change Summit at UC Davis.
Schwarzenegger: Lawmakers, Voters Get Budget BlameGov. Arnold Schwarzenegger on Friday pointed the finger at lawmakers and California voters for the $6 billion deficit in the state budget he signed just a month ago.
Law Enforcement Panel: California Should End Jessica's LawA law enforcement panel is recommending that California voters repeal residency restrictions for sex offenders because too many of them are listed as transient, making them more difficult to monitor.
Schwarzenegger Calls For December Special Budget SessionGov. Arnold Schwarzenegger on Thursday announced a special session of the Legislature to take up a $6 billion deficit that emerged just weeks after he signed the state budget.
Smoke Pot? Schwarzenegger Says, Who Cares?In an interview Monday night, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger said no one cares if you smoke a joint.
Schwarzenegger Sets Sights On Federal Climate Change LawGov. Arnold Schwarzenegger is seizing on the defeat of an oil-industry attempt to derail California's landmark global warming law.
Prop. 23: Effort To Suspend Climate Law RejectedA ballot initiative primarily funded by Texas oil companies seeking to suspend California's landmark climate law has failed.
Brown, Whitman Asked To Forgo Negative Ads In Joint AppearanceCalifornia gubernatorial candidates Meg Whitman and Jerry Brown were placed on the hot seat during a joint appearance at a women's conference Tuesday when they were asked to pull their attack advertising a week before Election Day.