California Seeks To Block State Employee Strike On MondayA state board that oversees labor relations asked a judge to prohibit California's largest public employee union from encouraging some of its members to participate in a one-day strike planned for Monday.
California Reports 5 Million Ballots Still Need CountingCalifornia counties report nearly 5 million ballots remain uncounted in an election that could see turnout near that achieved in 2008.
Judge Refuses To Lift California Ban On Ballot SelfiesCalifornia voters heading to the polls should leave their selfie sticks at home.
Thousands Of California Vets Who Fought With National Guard Told To Repay Their Enlistment BonusesThe California National Guard offered thousands of soldiers bonuses to enlist, up to $15,000 to go to war.
Donors Pour Record $450 Million Into California InitiativesPolitical donors have spent a record $450 million to support and oppose 17 November ballot initiatives in California, beating the state's own record for the most spent on propositions in a single year, campaign reports filed Thursday show.
California's 'First Dog' Sutter May Have CancerCalifornia Gov. Jerry Brown's dog "Sutter" has fallen critically ill and is facing a bleak prognosis.
Auto Club Urges Against Legalizing Marijuana In CaliforniaDrug-impaired driving is a growing problem, and a proposal to legalize recreational marijuana in California could make it worse, according to the Automobile Club of Southern California.
Donors Pump $389 Million Into California Propositions, With 6 Weeks Still To GoSupporters and opponents of California's 17 November ballot measures have raised nearly $390 million six weeks before the election.
UCLA Anderson Forecast: California Employment To Keep Growing Next 2 YearsDespite the uncertainty of the impending election, California employment has reached record levels and employment will likely continue to grow over the next two years, according to a UCLA economic forecast released Wednesday.
State Investigation Finds Millions In Improper SpendingA California state health department official was reimbursed $75,000 for driving to work, according to a state investigation.
California Bill Would Require Securing Guns In VehiclesViolating the law would be an infraction punishable by a fine of up to $1,000.
Restored Voting Rights Sought For California's DisabledA California law that makes it easier for people with developmental disabilities to keep and regain the right to vote. The law, which took effect Jan. 1, protects that right if they can express a desire to vote.

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