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It’s going to become more difficult to drill a well in California. Jerry Brown signed a package of groundwater legislation signed into law Tuesday.
Some California counties are showing substantially higher rates of whooping cough than the state average. The current epidemic could be one of the worst in 50 years.
Governor Jerry Brown says Stanford Law Professor Mariano-Florentino Cuéllar is smart and even-tempered.
California's Governor says the federal government, California and Mexico all have roles to play in addressing what's become a humanitarian problem.
Current state law requires employers to encourage workers in extreme heat conditions to take frequent rest breaks and to drink water. This legislation would make it mandatory.
The $687-million package will immediately provide emergency drinking water and food assistance for parts of California, but still needs Gov. Jerry Brown’s signature.
It appears California lawmakers are set to vote on emergency legislation that would allocate hundreds of millions of dollars for drought relief.
There have been several attempts over the years to reform California’s teacher dismissal process. All have been unsuccessful. But that’s not stopping one lawmaker from trying again.
If you're buying a bouquet for Valentine's Day, the people who grow and sell flowers in California are urging you to buy local.
California's second snow survey shows the state likely won’t break free from its drought, but ski resorts are pleased with the most recent storm.
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