California Asks For $7.4 Billion To Help Wildfire RecoveryTrump pledged aid for California fire victims on Oct. 10, saying he had told Brown that "the federal government will stand with the people of California."
Gov. Brown Heads To Europe For Climate TalksIt follows trips by Brown to China and Russia earlier this year to promote international agreements aimed at combating global warming.
Gov. Brown Says Tax Vote Will Cost California GOP In CongressBrown says California Republicans in the U.S. House of Representatives are "like a herd of sheep" when it comes President Donald Trump's wishes.
Trump Administration Says They Oppose Delta Tunnels ProjectThe decision reverses the Obama administration's backing for the initiative.
Fire Fight Latest: 7,000 Homes Destroyed In California WildfiresHere's the latest on the fight against several destructive fires across California.
Power For Districts To Decide Concealed Carry On Campus Taken Away With New LawConcealed weapons are no longer allowed at schools in one Sacramento County district.
California To Get Gender-Neutral Option On Diver's LicensesGov. Jerry Brown has signed a measure allowing Californians to identify their gender as "non-binary" on driver's licenses if they don't identify as male or female.
Gov. Brown Vetoes Bill Requiring Candidates To Disclose TaxesGov. Jerry Brown has vetoed a bill requiring presidential candidates to share their five most recent years of tax returns in order to appear on California's ballot.
Gov. Brown Vetoes Ban On Smoking At California Parks, BeachesSmoking and vaping will still be allowed at California state parks and beaches, despite lawmakers' attempts to ban it.
Gov. Brown Signs Bill Reducing Penalties For HIV TransmissionGov. Jerry Brown has signed legislation that reduces the penalty for intentionally exposing some to HIV.
Critical Audit Another Hit To $16 Billion Delta Tunnels ProjectThe "unexpected complexity" of the project has resulted in significant delays and cost increases, auditors said.
Gov. Brown Signs Bills Aiming To Fix California Housing CrunchLawmakers and housing advocates cheered Gov. Jerry Brown's signature Friday of a package of bills aimed at tackling the growing affordable housing crisis in California, which lacks an estimated 1.5 million affordable rentals compared to demand.