California Ethics Board Won't Probe Schwarzenegger AffairCalifornia's ethics commission has rejected a request by L.A. Democrats to investigate whether former Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger violated state laws during his affair with a housekeeper.
Schwarzenegger Now Has Another Alleged Mistress To Contend WithA new woman has stepped forward claiming Arnold Schwarzenegger had a longtime affair with her that began when she was sixteen years old, according to news reports Wednesday.
Jerry Brown Drops Schwarzenegger's Plan To Sell State BuildingsCalifornia Gov. Jerry Brown says he's dropping a plan to sell 24 state government buildings to private investors.
Calif. Bill Would Bar Last-Minute Clemency, PardonsA state assemblyman is seeking a constitutional amendment that would prohibit a California governor from issuing last-minute pardons and commutations.
Is This Really How Gov. Schwarzenegger Wants To Be Remembered? Nevermind that 21-year-old Esteban reportedly bragged that his dad's political pull would get him out of trouble; the real issue is why the Governor would want to leave Sacramento with this as his legacy.
Schwarzenegger Leaves Mixed Legacy In CaliforniaArnold Schwarzenegger landed in the governor's office after announcing his upstart bid on late night TV and railing against government spending during raucous campaign rallies.
California Voters Gloomy Over Economic Woes A record numbers of absentee ballots may result in a lower turnout, but millions of Californians are heading out today cast their vote.
Police: Underage Drinkers Cited At Schwarzenegger PartyAn alcohol-fueled Halloween party hosted by 17-year-old Patrick Schwarzenegger was broken up by police this weekend, with officers citing several people for underage drinking.
4 Dead, 53 Homes Destroyed In San Bruno Blast Acting Governor Abel Maldonado has declared a state of emergency and says the scene "was like a bomb went off".
Furlough Fight Heads To Calif. Supreme CourtThe economic future of 150,00 state workers is at stake as California is set to defend its decision.
Court Won't Force Calif. To Defend Prop 8A California appellate court won't order state officials to comply enforce the measure approved by 52 percent of California voters in November 2008.
Sacramento Turns Sights On Budget WoesAs residents grow increasingly frustrated over the growing budget crisis in Sacramento, KNX 1070's Ed Mertz reports state lawmakers have finally set their sights on ending the impasse.