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  • Gov. Jerry Brown to attend snowpack measurement near Lake Tahoe

    Gov. Jerry Brown to attend snowpack measurement near Lake Tahoe
    Gov. Jerry Brown will be on hand Wednesday morning near Lake Tahoe when officials measure the state's drought-depleted snowpack, his office announced.
  • AP Exclusive: California leaders routinely use private email

    Gov. Jerry Brown, Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom and other top elected officials in California acknowledge using personal email accounts to conduct government business, and it's not clear if their private exchanges are retained as public records or subject to...

    California's death row, with no executions in sight, runs out of room

    California's death row, with no executions in sight, runs out of room
    With no executions in nearly a decade and newly condemned men arriving each month, the nation's largest death row has run out of room. Warning that there is little time to lose, Gov. Jerry Brown is asking the California Legislature for $3.2 million to...

    Legislators OK $1-billion relief measure for future droughts

    Legislators OK $1-billion relief measure for future droughts
    State lawmakers Thursday sent Gov. Jerry Brown a $1-billion plan that would restock food pantries in parched Central Valley communities and rush bottled water to Californians whose taps are nearly dry. But the legislation, which has been billed as...

    Gov. Jerry Brown OKs $1 billion to tackle drought, other water issues

    Gov. Jerry Brown on Friday signed legislation with more than $1 billion in spending on water projects. The two bills include emergency relief, such as food and water supplies, for drought-stricken communities in the Central Valley. There's also hundreds...