Gov. Brown Endorses Democratic Senate Candidate Kamala HarrisGov. Jerry Brown is endorsing Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Kamala Harris barely two weeks before California's June 7 primary election.
California Bill Would Speed Reports On Shootings By PoliceCalifornia's attorney general is supporting a bill to improve the public's ability to see information on police-involved shootings and assaults on officers more quickly.
Kamala Harris Wins Democrats' US Senate EndorsementCalifornia Democrats have overwhelmingly endorsed Attorney General Kamala Harris for U.S. Senate.
Senate Bid May Keep Kamala Harris From Accepting U.S. Supreme Court NominationA popular figure on the California political scene since the 1990s, Harris is on many short lists to become the next Supreme Court justice.
Who Obama Might Nominate To Replace Scalia On Supreme CourtRepublicans are near-unanimous in demanding that President Barack Obama leave it to his successor to nominate a candidate to fill the Supreme Court seat of the late Justice Antonin Scalia. But the president insists he plans to come forward with a nominee - and that there's plenty of time for the Senate to weigh in.
Elk Grove Educators Trying New Strategies To Battle Truancy 'Crisis'Attorney General Kamala Harris released a troubling report that claims more than one in five elementary school students had three or more unexcused absences last school year and nearly a quarter million missed at least 10 percent of their class days
California Elementary School Truancy Rates Up Slightly Despite PushCalifornia elementary school truancy rates are up slightly despite efforts by nearly all the state's school districts to implement improved practices to reduce absenteeism.
Attorney general moves to dismiss kill-gays ballot measureCalifornia's attorney general is asking a judge to toss out a proposed ballot initiative that advocates killing anyone who engages in gay sex.
Poll: Voters Care Little For California's 2016 Senate ContestSo far, California's U.S. Senate contest has been a snoozer.
Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez Apologizes For Indian Whooping-Cry CaricatureU.S. Senate candidate Loretta Sanchez apologized Sunday after a videotape surfaced showing her making a whooping cry in reference to Native Americans that brought her a cascade of reprimands from fellow Democrats to posts on Twitter.
California Rep. Loretta Sanchez Enters 2016 US Senate raceDemocratic congresswoman Loretta Sanchez says she's entering the U.S. Senate race to succeed retiring Sen. Barbara Boxer.
Students Shocked, Saddened By Heald College ClosureIt could be the biggest collapse in U.S. higher education, and it’s hitting close to home.