Governor Jerry Brown on Sunday extended a tax credit for TV and film productions for another two years; the move is designed to stop runaway productions.
Gov. Brown signs bill allowing 'Deferred Action' immigrants to get driver's licenses, vetoes 'Trust Act.'
Gov. Jerry Brown vetoes AB 889, the 'Domestic Worker Bill of Rights.' The bill would have provided overtime pay and meal and rest breaks for caregivers.
"I love her to the fullest. That's my heart," husband Gilbert Alvarado said. "Where's the evidence my wife threatened a trained officer? I want justice."
Fire danger will increase across Souther California on Sunday and peak early next week when hot temps will be mixed with dry conditions.
Supporters and opponents of the state immigration bill known as the TRUST Act are stepping up their arguments.
An existing law only applied to handguns. The amendment, which takes effect Jan. 1, was designed to close that loophole.
The U.S. Department of Commerce Friday awarded nearly $10 million in grant funds to California cities and institutions to help the regional economy.
A majority of California voters would be content to let undocumented immigrants have a path to U.S. citizenship, a new poll suggests, but the buck more or less stops there.
Across California domestic workers and their supporters are ramping up pressure on Governor Brown to sign Assembly Bill 889 by Sunday.
Warning signs have been posted after a 14-foot great white shark was spotted in the Santa Barbara Harbor.
Amnesty international calls confinement of 3,000 prisoners in isolation units "cruel, degrading and inhumane.”
The State Senator who sponsored the legislation says "This is a game-changer for our democracy"; Registration continues through Oct. 22
The University of California has agreed to pay $1 million to settle a lawsuit with students who were pepper-sprayed during an Occupy protest at UC Davis last fall.
The High Court won't take up the same-sex marriage issue for now, but it will determine whether a Long Beach robbery accomplice received a fair trial.
A new study by the conservative Manhattan Institute says that Californians are leaving the state in droves in search of cheaper living conditions and a more favorable business climate.