Gov. Jerry Brown Looks To Extend Climate-Change EffortsCalifornia Gov. Jerry Brown has launched a campaign to extend some of the most ambitious climate-change programs in the country and ensure his environmental legacy when he leaves office in two years.
Erskine Fire Kills 2, Scorches 47 Square Miles Across Kern CountyAbout 80 homes were destroyed in a mobile home community.
California Supreme Court Allows Brown's Prison Plan On November BallotThe California Supreme Court has allowed Gov. Jerry Brown's bid to put his plan to reduce the state's prison population before voters in November.
Gov. Brown Endorses Hillary Clinton In Upcoming California PrimaryGov. Brown announced his endorsement through Twitter on Tuesday morning.
California Quake Warning System Could Send Alerts By 2018Gov. Jerry Brown will seek state funds to help establish a system that issues warnings that an earthquake is occurring.
Brown Proposes $122.2B Budget As Revenues LagGov. Jerry Brown is proposing a $122.2 billion budget plan, down slightly from his January proposal as he projects tax revenues will come in nearly $2 billion less than expected.
Brown Orders Water-Saving Practices To Continue Even After Rainy WinterGov. Jerry Brown wants water conservation to become a way of life in California, even as water officials consider easing strict saving measures after a rainy winter in parts of the state.
California To Florida: We're Better, And Stop The StuntsCalifornia's governor is ripping into Florida Gov. Rick Scott and his latest effort to try to convince companies to move to Florida.
$176.6M Approved For Testing, Cleanup Around Former Exide Plant In VernonGov. Jerry Brown signed legislation Thursday providing $176.6 million in funding for environmental testing and cleanup work in neighborhoods surrounding the now-shuttered Exide Technologies battery-recycling plant in Vernon.
Board Recommends Parole For Ex-Manson Cult MemberA California panel has granted parole to former Charles Manson follower Leslie Van Houten, but Gov. Brown will have the final say.
Gov. Brown Signs Bill Expanding Paid Family LeaveCalifornia's Democratic governor is expected to increase the pay employers must give workers who take time off to care for their family.
Drought-Stricken California Misses Water Conservation TargetResidents of drought-plagued California fell just short in February of the state's mandated water conservation target that has forced them to let lawns turn brown, flush toilets less often and take other strict measures, officials said Monday.

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