State election officials have given the green light to an initiative launched by a Silicon Valley activist to divide California into six autonomous states, according to reports.
Hollywood heavyweights and Los Angeles city officials took part Tuesday in a conference aimed at keeping film and TV production from leaving town.
State lawmakers have sent Gov. Jerry Brown a bill that would provide more money for a state program that confiscates guns from felons, those deemed mentally unstable and others who are prohibited from owning them.
An increasing number of retailers in Southern California no longer provide plastic bags for customers – and now one local lawmaker wants the ban to go statewide.
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California lawmakers have approved billions of dollars in construction financing for the first segment of what would be the nation’s first dedicated high-speed rail line, eventually connecting Los Angeles and San Francisco.
The city manager of Stanton says drastic reductions to public services are coming in the face of an annual deficit of over $2.8 million.
A state panel has approved a five percent pay cut for Gov. Jerry Brown, state lawmakers and other statewide elected officials.
A doctor, who works at the L.A. County Jail, was under investigation Wednesday for allegedly illegally issuing prescriptions for dangerous drugs.
A statewide ban on the executions of California inmates by lethal injection faced its strongest challenge yet on Thursday.
The number of older Asians and Hispanics in California is rising more than three times faster than that of older whites, creating a need for more health and social services for these populations, according to census data and interviews.
Gov. Jerry Brown is scheduled to be in Irvine Thursday morning, where he will push for support of his controversial new budget proposal.
The Los Angeles Unified School District is considering two proposals that could boost education funding from the state.
Californians will find out Tuesday how much the state will automatically cut from public schools, higher education and a range of state services.
A state official Friday will tour some of the areas that were hit hardest by last week’s wind storm.