Governor Jerry Brown
The president of the embattled Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Commission announced his resignation from the panel Wednesday.
Gov. Jerry Brown on Friday commuted the sentence of a 52-year-old woman convicted of shaking her baby grandson to death, saying significant doubts surround her conviction.
The California State University system is planning on closing spring admissions at most campuses next year, and more enrollment cuts could be added if voters reject Governor Jerry Brown’s measure to raise taxes.
Governor Jerry Brown has reversed a parole board decision to release a prisoner convicted of shooting and killing a 17-year-old girl on prom night in Anaheim.
California Governor Jerry Brown Wednesday announced that he had struck a deal to get his tax hike plan on the ballot in November.
California Governor Jerry Brown says flags are flying at half-staff to honor the Marines killed in this week’s helicopter collision.
Pet advocates are fighting like cats and dogs to stop a deficit-slashing proposal from Gov. Jerry Brown that aims to save $23 million by ending reimbursements to animal shelters for the cost of keeping strays alive.
Wednesday night was a tough one for LAUSD Superintendent John Deasy, who tried to convince parents and homeowners that a steep tax was necessary to balance the district’s massive budget.
in the San Gabriel Valley affected by last month’s windstorm were denied federal reimbursement for cleanup and repair costs.
As he prepares his State of the State address to be delivered Wednesday, Governor Jerry Brown finds himself on the defensive over a number of issues.
Governor Jerry Brown is considering granting clemency for a 51-year-old woman convicted of shaking her infant grandson to death.
Gov. Jerry Brown wants Washington to help families and businesses fix damage from last month’s windstorm in Southern California.
Gov. Jerry Brown will propose sweeping rollbacks to public employee pension benefits, including raising the retirement age to 67 for new employees who are not public safety workers.
Gov. Jerry Brown has waded into the national debate over child vaccinations for sexually transmitted diseases, signing a bill allowing children as young as 12 to get vaccinated without their parents’ consent.
Governor Jerry Brown signed the California Dream Act into law today, greatly pleasing Los Angeles state Assemblyman Gil Cedillo, the bill’s sponsor.