Officials have approved an $8.6 billion budget for the coming fiscal year that boosts funding for public safety and other services.
As California lawmakers begin drilling into Gov. Jerry Brown’s revised budget for next year, Democrats and social welfare advocates say they already see many areas that need even more funding.
Tree-trimming services, sidewalk repairs, and affordable housing would be among several local programs to receive a boost in funding under the Mayor’s budget plan.
In a report Monday, legislative analyst Mac Taylor says the state could end up paying more over time if current and future state workers are asked to help pay for their health benefits.
City Council has yet to spend $27 million which was set aside to fund the 40,000 miles of required city-wide sidewalk repairs.
Gov. Jerry Brown has released a record $113 billion state spending plan that asks the University of California to do more with less so the nation’s largest public university system can avert tuition hikes.
A top city official Tuesday called for more security in Griffith Park in the wake of an assault that left one victim severely injured.
Despite the peak months of the 2014 wildfire season still to come, Cal Fire has already burned through its budget for fighting major fires.
Founder of Super Moms 360 website Deborah Stallings Stum stopped by KCAL9 Wednesday to show viewers how to throw the perfect goodbye summer bash on a budget.
The plan costs $6 a month, not counting the cost of the groceries.
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Gov. Jerry Brown has signed California’s $108 billion budget for the coming fiscal year that pays down debt, builds a rainy day fund and provides additional money for schools and health care.
Teachers want officials to restore pay cuts and boost the number of nurses, librarians and other key positions as part of a proposed $6.8 billion budget plan for the coming school year.
It’s not easy, but when you need transportation, there are ways to find a car despite a low credit score.
Lawmakers are facing a Sunday deadline to pass a $108 billion spending plan that will meet Gov. Jerry Brown’s demands for a rainy day fund and paying down debt while allocating some of the surplus to programs benefiting lower-income Californians.