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The state of California is turning to the “cloud” for its computing and data storage needs. It launched a cloud computing system today for use by state and local government agencies.
A new poll shows that a majority of Californians support the requirement that oil companies produce lower emission transportation fuels.
Governor Jerry Brown says California will do what it can to end the ongoing immigration crisis.
The University of California has launched a pilot summer program to help students meet their math transfer requirement to four year schools.
County elections officials say California’s recount process badly needs an overhaul – but they’re warning state lawmakers against rushing changes into law before thinking them through.
Plans to restore threatened California salmon species have been announced by state and federal agencies.
High school football concussions, tax relief on home loan modifications, and homeowners association watering requirements – all subjects of bills signed Monday by California Gov. Jerry Brown.
Former Assembly Speaker John Pérez is calling off the vote recount he requested in the race for state controller.
Many people living in small Central Valley communities in California are watching their wells run dry. US Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced more federal aid to help those hurt by the drought.
The California unemployment rate fell to 7.4 percent in June. That’s down from the previous month’s rate of 7.6 percent.
According to a new statewide survey, Californians overwhelmingly support the idea of a groundwater management plan.
A federal judge has ruled California’s death penalty is unconstitutional.
The primary election recount for California State Controller is prompting legislation to reform the state’s recount procedures.
The drought could damage California’s economy to the tune of $2.2 billion this year, according to a new study.
A delegation of California lawmakers, including Senate President Darrell Steinberg, is traveling through Central America this week meeting with dignitaries from the region.
The Internet has an increasing influence on society and now it wants more influence on legislation.
The California Department of Parks and Recreation has its fourth leader in two years.
After failed attempts in previous years, legislation to regulate medical marijuana in California appears to be gaining momentum at the state Capitol.
California’s two largest public employee pension systems are reporting higher-than-expected profits from their investment portfolios.
(AP) - Republican lawmakers are asking Gov. Jerry Brown not to appeal a Los Angeles judge's decision striking down tenure and other job protections for California teachers.
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