Gov. Brown Signs Bill To Protect People From Having Legal Status Disclosed In Open CourtThe measure signed Thursday would require lawyers to get permission from a judge before discussing someone's immigration status publicly.
Only On 9: Single Mother Of 2 Could Be Headed Back To Prison -- After Being ExoneratedKimberly Long spent more than seven years in prison. Her boyfriend was murdered in October 2003.
Marine Deported 15 Years Ago Returns To Tearful Homecoming"I was in disbelief. I believe it now. I'm over here. I have the paperwork." Marco Chavez said.
Bars Consider Extending Last Call To 4AMBars in California are considering changing last call from 2 a.m. to a more party hearty 4 a.m.
Governor Brown's Office Announces He Will Again Undergo Treatment To Battle Prostate CancerBrown's oncologist, Dr. Eric Small, said the governor's disease isn't extensive and his prognosis is "excellent."
Governor Brown, Mayor Garcetti, Anti-Violence Groups Condemn Orlando ShooterThe mass murder in Orlando was condemned Sunday by people from all walks of life.
Governor Brown To Sign $15 Minimum Wage Bill Into Law On MondayGovernor Jerry Brown says he is ready to make history on Monday, when he plans to make California the first state in the nation to raise the minimum wage to a record-shattering $15 an hour.
Governor Brown Declares State Of Emergency For San Bernardino County Following MassacreSuch declarations are typically issued after natural disasters such as wildfires or flooding.
Gov. Brown On San Bernardino Mass Shooting: 'California Will Spare No Effort In Bringing Killers To Justice'"California will spare no effort in bringing these killers to justice,” Governor Jerry Brown said in a statement.
California On Track To Pay Off $15B Bond Championed By SchwarzeneggerGovernor Brown's finance department estimates the total cost to the state to repay the bond will be $19.5 billion, which includes $4.5 billion in interest.
Governor Brown Proclaims Monday As 'Cesar Chavez Day'"Cesar Chavez Day" in California coincides on what would have been Chavez' 86th birthday.
California May Have To Export 4,000 Inmates If Feds Don't Postpone Population CapCalifornia will have no choice but to move 4,000 more inmates to private prisons in other states if federal judges refuse to postpone a court-ordered population cap, state Corrections Secretary Jeffrey Beard said Wednesday.