New California Law Requires School Buses Be Equipped With Child-Safety AlarmsThe law was inspired by a special-needs student, who died after being left on the bus for nine hours in 90-degree heat.
Brown Signs Bill Revoking California's 10-Year Statute Of Limitation On Rape CasesOpponents say the bill could lead to false convictions as memories fade among victims and witnesses.
In Historic Move, California Expands Overtime To FarmworkersFarmworkers in the nation's largest agricultural state will be entitled to the same overtime pay as most other hourly workers under a new law.
Demand Low For California Pollution CreditsCalifornia's latest carbon auction has brought more bad news for Gov. Jerry Brown's landmark programs fighting climate change.
Residents Urge Gov. Brown To Shut Down Aliso Canyon For GoodResidents of Porter Ranch are urging Gov. Jerry Brown to permanently close the nearby Aliso Canyon gas storage facility.
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.