Governor Jerry Brown
California Governor Jerry Brown celebrated Christmas Eve by pardoning over one hundred former convicts, one of them a local man who now works with recovering drug addicts.
Gov. Jerry Brown announced a $330 million deal to boost funding for California film and television tax credit program over the next five years.
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti met with Governor Jerry Brown at the Capitol on Wednesday to push for more incentives to keep movie production in California.
It was the third time a California governor denied the release of 71-year-old Bruce Davis.
Governor Jerry Brown signed new legislation Monday that limits the number of full-contact practices for middle-and-high school football teams to two per week during their regular seasons.
Gov. Jerry Brown has signed a bill creating a long-term plan to pay down California’s $74 billion in unfunded teacher pension liabilities.
Gov. Jerry Brown presented a robust defense of his record over the last three-and-a-half years during a speech to California business leaders Wednesday, promoting his efforts with education, pension reform, workers’ compensation, criminal justice and the economy.
The long-running dispute over the identity of the California Republican party was played out in sharp contrast Thursday, as two rival candidates for governor offered sharply differing views on the future of the GOP during what was their first, and probably only, joint appearance of the primary campaign.
Gov. Jerry Brown is getting ready to update his spending plan for the coming fiscal year, a budget that is bolstered by California’s economic turnaround and voter-approved tax hikes.
Monday’s morning earthquake renewed the debate over the funding of an early earthquake-warning system.
Davis has been twice previously recommended for parole — but rejected both times, once by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger in June 2010 and by Gov. Jerry Brown last March.
California Gov. Jerry Brown said he is not sure legalizing marijuana is a good idea in his state because the country could lose its competitive edge if too many people are getting stoned.
The board of the California Public Employees’ Retirement System is considering how municipalities and government agencies should absorb the mounting costs of retirees living longer.
Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom, once a strong supporter of California’s high-speed rail project, says he has changed his mind and no longer backs it.
The task force was created in November to oversee federal efforts to guard against droughts, floods, wildfires and storms related to climate change, according to officials.