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  • The siren call of ... Florida, home of sinkholes and hurricanes?

    The siren call of ... Florida, home of sinkholes and hurricanes?
    Déjà vu, anyone? Rick Scott, the governor of Florida, is coming this way next month to try to lure California businesses to the place that calls itself the Sunshine State. Last time this happened, it was another big-talking governor named Rick -- Rick...
  • $1 billion water spending plan heads to California governor

    A plan to pump $1 billion of water spending into drought-stricken California cleared the Legislature on Thursday and was sent to Gov. Jerry Brown, who is expected to sign the legislation. The California Assembly voted unanimously, 74-0, on AB91 a day...
  • State lawmakers slam oil regulators after embarrassing lapses

    State lawmakers slam oil regulators after embarrassing lapses
    The agency that regulates the oil industry in California is — by its own admission — in disarray. After a series of embarrassing disclosures about regulatory lapses that allowed drilling in protected aquifers, officials at the Division of Oil,...
  • Assembly approves $1-billion water bill, sends it to Gov. Jerry Brown

    Assembly approves $1-billion water bill, sends it to Gov. Jerry Brown
    The California Assembly on Thursday passed more than $1 billion in spending on water projects and drought relief. The legislation, which was approved by the state Senate on Wednesday, now goes to Gov. Jerry Brown for his signature. There's only $27....
  • California's cracking down on urban water waste. What about the farmers?

    California's cracking down on urban water waste. What about the farmers?
    California's brutal drought has state officials looking for ways to conserve water. Ideas that they are considering include "directing urban agencies to limit the number of days residents can water their yards," according to The Times. The emergency...
  • Attitudes shift on illegal immigration, but unity eludes other issues

    Attitudes shift on illegal immigration, but unity eludes other issues
    Times change. Attitudes soften. People get to know each other and chill. Twenty-one years ago, California voters decided overwhelmingly — 59% of them — to deny public services for immigrants who came here illegally. That included refusing to...
  • Jerry Brown: I'd need a time machine to run for president

    Jerry Brown: I'd need a time machine to run for president
    Gov. Jerry Brown may not be running for president, but that doesn't mean it's not on his mind. Asked on NBC's "Meet the Press" if he would jump in the race if he was 10 years younger, Brown said without hesitation, "Yes, I would." The governor...
  • Cal State efficiencies save millions, but state funding still sought

    Cal State efficiencies save millions, but state funding still sought
    Smaller budgets and increased numbers of students are forcing California State University campuses to take far-reaching cost-cutting measures that are saving millions of dollars on technology, energy and operations, officials said Wednesday. Examples...
  • San Jose police mourn fellow officer gunned down in the line of duty

    San Jose police mourn fellow officer gunned down in the line of duty
    San Jose police are grieving over the loss of a fellow officer who was gunned down Tuesday while responding to a call. The death of Officer Michael Johnson, a 14-year veteran, was taking a toll on other officers, who considered him a brother, they...
  • California's push for clean energy has a problem: no place to store it

    California's push for clean energy has a problem: no place to store it
    On a quiet Sunday morning last April, power plants were pumping far more energy into California's electricity grid than residents needed for their refrigerators, microwaves and television sets. So officials made an odd request in a state that prides...
  • Cal State trustees to review cost-cutting measures at Long Beach meeting

    Cal State trustees to review cost-cutting measures at Long Beach meeting
    The 23 campuses of the California State University system are sharing more resources, from combining financial systems to coordinating the purchase of electronic library materials in an effort to reduce costs and maximize all available services. How...