Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger
The 13-year-old son of Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver is reported to be hospitalized Friday, recovering from a serious surfing accident last weekend in Malibu.
Maria Shriver filed for divorce Friday from husband Arnold Schwarzenegger.
California’s ethics commission has rejected a request by L.A. Democrats to investigate whether former Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger violated state laws during his affair with a housekeeper.
Arnold Schwarzenegger has asked his talent agency to put all of his pending entertainment projects on hold as he focuses on his personal life.
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger has commuted the manslaughter sentence of Esteban Nunez, the son of former Assembly Speaker Fabian Nunez.
A Costa Mesa dentist convicted in 1983 of murder for accidentally killing three patients by over-medication won’t be going home after all.
Reports suggest Brown may hope to succeed where Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger tried and failed: extend tax increases in order to cut the $28 billion budget gap.
In calling California lawmakers back for an eighth special session in seven years, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger said the next governor will inherit a budget mess “just like I did the first year when I came into office.”
Arnold Schwarzenegger landed in the governor’s office after announcing his upstart bid on late night TV and railing against government spending during raucous campaign rallies.
The governor wants the state attorney general to investigate alleged misconduct in the establishment of a charter school in Compton.
Actress Betty White, former Secretary of State George Shultz, painter Wayne Thiebaud and Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg are the latest to join California’s Hall of Fame.
A combination elementary and middle school in the San Fernando Valley has named its expanded campus after outgoing Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Prop. 27, which would eliminate the state panel responsible for redistricting, has found perhaps its most prominent opponent yet in Gov. Schwarzenegger.
Lawmakers are getting their first look at a proposed budget agreement that attempts to close California’s $19 billion deficit with some spending cuts and a large dose of creative accounting.
After a record-long impasse, California legislators are set to vote this week on a no-new-taxes budget that relies on a combination of spending cuts and optimistic financial projections to close a $19 billion deficit.