What defines the success of a movement? Is it how loudly its message resounds? Or is it how much tangible change it makes in the
Regional district attorneys joined forces Thursday in Sacramento carrying dire warnings of what two bills sitting on the governor’s desk would mean for public safety
Gov. Jerry Brown offered a high-stakes assessment on Wednesday of fears that California’s utilities might buckle under the weight of billions of dollars in fire-related
California cities and counties will be banned from creating taxes on soda and other sugary drinks for more than a decade under a measure signed Thursday by
One day after President Trump and a group of like-minded Californians blasted the state’s immigration laws, Gov. Jerry Brown on Thursday signed another one: a law that prevents lawyers from
By Milana Vinn Motorists in California, the state with the most expensive gasoline, could see pump prices that begin with a 4 again as oil
By Dan Walters When Jerry Brown was unveiling his final state budget this month, a reporter asked him about the legacy of his record-long governorship.