Now in his third term, Jerry Brown has become the longest-serving governor in California history. Here's a look at what's happened in the state on his latest watch.
The Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta is home to a half million people. In the fourth part of our series, we examine the culture of the Delta and talk to residents about their concerns over its future.
Take Two's State of Affairs examined the Democratic governor's third term. You can listen to the full audio here.
More than 24 million people, including 9.5 million in California, signed up to duck under their desks. Did you take part?
For those in Southern California affected by the federal shutdown, the mood remains glum, even after Congress ends the impasse.
California is the nation’s largest agricultural state. It would not be possible without water from the Delta. Farmers say the water is their lifeblood, but it’s been cut back year after year.
Filner entered the plea Tuesday under an agreement that calls for three months of home confinement and three years of probation.
The Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta was once a vast tidal marshland and inland estuary. Now thousands of miles of fragile levees surround artificial islands below sea level. More than 90 percent of wetlands have disappeared, and native fish are dying.
The decision leaves in place an earlier ruling by a three-judge panel requiring California to reduce its prison population to improve conditions.
The Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta is a key source of water for central and southern California. Amy Quinton takes us on the 700 mile journey following the water supply.
The governor announced signing other gun-related legislation but rejected the centerpiece bill, which he called too far-reaching. It would have imposed the nation's toughest restrictions on gun ownership.
The Attorney General's Office on Thursday filed the lawsuit against Santa Ana-based Corinthian Colleges, Inc., which operates colleges with a combined 81,000 students.
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission furloughed most of its staff Thursday due to the federal government shutdown. Nuclear plant inspectors are still on the job, including at the San Onofre generating station.
The meeting in Sacramento on Wednesday delved into conditions inside California's most secure lockups, including the controversial SHU – security housing units.
All the northbound lanes of a section of Interstate 5 in Sun Valley and most of the southbound lanes closed Wednesday because of a mudslide.