“While Washington waffles on immigration, California’s forging ahead,” Gov. Jerry Brown said in a statement. “I’m not waiting.”
Cancellation of the public meetings is related to the ongoing shutdown of the federal government in a congressional standoff over Obamacare.
North Hollywood Army reservist George Zepeda is managing to stay calm, despite missing a weekend training drill and losing a paycheck to the federal shutdown.
The government shutdown closed the Golden State's nine national parks, including Yosemite, Sequoia and Joshua Tree. But there are state park alternatives.
Twitter has filed to go public, and it will sell shares under the name TWTR. The IPO will initially seek to raise up to $1 billion. Here's what else the IPO tells us.
The latest local casualty of the federal government's shutdown: the Marine Corps' popular (and free) two-day air show.
Officials now say the Covered California site received 645,000 hits on Tuesday, well below the 5 million initially reported.
Governor Brown signs a landmark bill allowing unauthorized immigrants to apply for California driver's licenses. But there's still much to be decided before the law takes effect.
Gov. Jerry Brown has signed a bill outlawing so-called "revenge porn" in California. It's aimed at people who post nude pictures of their exes online after bitter breakups.
A judge who said Palmdale's method of choosing its leaders discriminates against minorities has halted the Nov. 5 City Council election.
Gov. Jerry Brown signed legislation asking schools to include guidelines for counselors and officers to create a positive school climate and promote school safety.
The federal government is proposing to take the Gray Wolf off the list of threatened and endangered species. A public hearing on the issue will be held Wednesday.
A new survey finds support for the state's ambitious water plan dries up when the talk turns to money and that only half of voters think Gov. Jerry Brown is doing a good job in office.
The 19 firefighters who died after being trapped by an Arizona wildfire in late June were only about 600 yards from a designated safety zone at a ranch.
The governor signed two bills that address abuse of prescription drugs, but vetoed another that would require county coroners to report drug overdose deaths.
By 2015, Facebook and other social networking sites will have to allow California minors to delete embarrassing posts. But the law is riddled with loopholes.