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Armed with more rosy revenue estimates, California democrats may push to restore cuts to social programs, which Brown has said he would resist.
The state's independent budget analyst said Friday that California will take in $3.2 billion more than Gov. Jerry Brown estimated.
Jerry Brown wants to 'reshape' enterprise zones in distressed neighborhoods where the state offers tax credits to encourage investment and hiring.
Put that in your space and park it. CA State Assembly passes Los Angeles assemblyman Mike Gatto's bill to prohibit parking tickets at broken meters.
The bill aims to limit participation in a federal program that requires local law enforcement to share the fingerprints of detainees with immigration officials.
Jacob and Sophia are the kings and queens of babies both nationally and in California, but number 7 name Jayden moves up to number 2 for boys in California.
Cooler temperatures and lighter winds are helping hundreds of firefighters combat a 3,500-acre wildfire that has blackened rugged terrain in the Los Padres National Forest.
The USPS says 69 postal employees were attacked in L.A. last year "placing the City of Angels as the most vicious for dog attacks" in the country.
The Powerball lottery has been available since April in California and sales are brisk. The Wednesday jackpot is $360 million.
Riding a wave of state tax revenue, Brown released a budget proposal Tuesday that looks much different from the ones Californians have become accustomed to in recent years: It has a surplus.
Chuck Muncie, a Pro Bowl running back with both the New Orleans Saints and San Diego Chargers, has died at age 60, the NFL clubs and a family spokesman said Tuesday.
Governor Jerry Brown's budget includes additional funds for districts throughout the state, with some emphasis on disadvantaged students.
California takes another run at convincing the U.S. Supreme Court that federal judges were wrong to impose a population cap on state prisons.
Talks over who should bear financial risks of expanding Medi-Cal have stalled reform. Governor Brown’s revised budget could intensify the debate.