The deal relies on the state persuading three federal judges to give California time to let rehabilitation programs work.
Two children missing out of Elko, Nevada, were found safe early Saturday in Sacramento.
Two of Hollywood’s most celebrated actresses went before state lawmakers Tuesday to call for restrictions on paparazzi access to their kids.
Four autopsies were being conducted Wednesday as authorities continue to link two deadly California crime scenes hundreds of miles apart.
Southern California Edison, which owns San Onofre, said the utility’s greenhouse emissions rose last year after the plant shut down due to safety and equipment issues.
In an exclusive interview with CBS2, a wounded Marine says he was humiliated and singled out by State Capitol security guards and Sacramento Airport TSA.
State demographers estimate that whites and Latinos are now an equal share of California’s population, with Latinos poised to become a plurality by early next year.
Halle Berry Testifies For Calif. Bill That Would Limit The Paparazzi’s Ability To Photograph Celeb Kids
Halle Berry appeared at the California Capitol on Tuesday to testify for a bill that would limit the ability of paparazzi to photograph the children of celebrities and public figures.
California lawmakers will get a pay raise of nearly $5,000 this year while the governor will see an increase of nearly $9,000 after a citizens’ panel voted Wednesday to restore some of the cuts it made during the recession.
Senate President Pro Tem Darrell Steinberg says Democratic leaders and Gov. Jerry Brown are close to a state budget deal that maintains fiscal balance.
Democratic State Sen. Ron Calderon of Montebello returned to the Capitol Monday, nearly a week after FBI agents searched his Sacramento offices to investigate alleged criminal wrongdoing.
Gov. Jerry Brown and the Legislature’s Democratic leaders moved close to a state budget deal Monday that is expected to revamp education funding and begin restoring some of the social services cut during the recession.
The FBI started seeking information about the business and political dealings of state Sen. Ron Calderon and his brother Tom, a former state assemblyman, as long ago as 2005.
A Federal Bureau of Investigation probe into the alleged criminal wrongdoing of California state Sen. Ron Calderon was reportedly in connection to legislation he introduced for a Los Angeles-area water district that used his brother as a consultant.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation Tuesday searched the Sacramento and Montebello offices of a California state senator, along with the Legislature’s Latino Caucus office, in connection to allegations of criminal wrongdoing.