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Jerry and Anne Brown, in an exclusive News10 interview, talk about their marriage and political partnership.
Our exclusive interview with Anne Gust Brown reveals a woman deeply involved with every aspect of her husband's gubernatorial administration.
A private fundraising company hired to raise money for California state parks is accused of spending almost $1 million of a large donation on its own bills, an accusation it denies as legislators say they want more information.
Gov. Brown's new budget plan assumes a smalller than expected impact from this winter's extra tax revenues.
With Gov. Brown's revised budget being unveiled Tuesday, a quick look at the big things to watch for ... and the political debates to come.
Former lieutenant governor Abel Maldonado says he'll launch a 2014 ballot initiative effort to overturn the hotly debated law that sends some new felons to local sentences, not state prison.
In court documents just before the stroke of midnight, Gov. Brown argues that nothing short of the early release of violent criminals would fully meet the 2013 prison population target of federal judges.
The chairman of California's high speed rail oversight board didn't mince words about recent accusations that the agency changed the rules for its initial construction project, just to get a desired winner.
Efforts to modify California's four decades old environmental protection law are still moving forward at the state Capitol, though it's clear that there remains a healthy dose of skepticism about the end result.
Two bills are now moving forward to place legal limits on the use of remote controlled drone aircraft in the skies over California.
An effort to send more state tax dollars to rural counties struggling to pay for their expanded public safety duties was killed in a state Senate budget hearing Monday.
Democrats in the California's state Senate are pushing back, ever so politely, on the specifics in Gov. Brown's plan to redirect billions of dollars to school districts serving the poor and English learners.
Gov. Brown laid down a large political marker Wednesday, vowing to do whatever it takes to get the Legislature to approve his plan for shifting more education dollars to school districts that serve low-income students and English learners.
California's tax revenues began 2013 stronger than expected and will end the all-important month of April some $3.5 billion ahead of Gov. Brown's assumptions.
The governor's trade trip to China is over. Final thoughts and things to watch for when the final chapter is written.
GUANGZHOU, China - The lure of increased trade may make China irresistible to Gov. Jerry Brown, but it's the country's impact on the global environment that have been at the heart of so many of his travels this past week.
SHENZHEN, CHINA -- Gov. Jerry Brown's final diplomatic meet and greet in China was so full of philosophical musings that his host declared that Brown is "like a university professor."
Gov. Brown ended his official economic and trade tour of China on Monday night, thanking staffers and delegates for a "seamless flow of interchange and activity."
Gov. Jerry Brown toasts with Shanghai's own, and now California wine producer, Yao Ming.
News10 political editor John Myers, in China with the governor, reports on the opening of the new California office of trade and investment.
Gov. Jerry Brown, the biggest champion of California's plans to build a high speed train system, finally gets to ride one in China.
News10 political editor John Myers follows along with Jerry Brown on the Calif. Governor's trade mission in China.
Gov. Jerry Brown's China trade mission departs Beijing for Shanghai later today (Thursday). And before we say Zàijiàn to the capital city, some notes and notables from the California delegation's visit.
Gov. Jerry Brown signs a formal, first of its kind, economic and trade agreement with the Chinese national government in his first full day in the Asian nation.
BEIJING - After a longer-than-expected flight from California to join his trade delegation, Gov. Brown didn't show any signs of fatigue in his opening remarks at a Tuesday night dinner.
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Gov. Jerry Brown's trade mission to China kicks off with a flurry of business meetings and a large delegation looking to add new heft to the state's relationship with one of the world's largest economies.
Gov. Jerry Brown packs his bags for a China trade trip. Here are five themes to keep an eye on as he heads overseas.
Bills to limit ammunition sales and to tighten rules about hospitals' tax exempt status were just a sampling of those clearing early hurdles Tuesday at the state Capitol.
Legislation to ban single-use plastic bags clears its first hurdle at the State Capitol.
The historic Supreme Court hearing highlights the odd, and potentially game changing, fact that California's top officials refused to defend a voter approved law.
The Berkeley couple whose names appear on the historic lawsuit challenging California's ban on gay marriage discuss the case, its impact on their family, and its impact on the nation.
A new poll finds Californians leery of high speed rail and a 2014 water bond, and are divided on issues related to gun control and the environment.
Republican state legislators seek to undo elements of the 2011 law that keeps more felons in county jails or supervision programs rather than sending them to state prisons.
The first details of a major Delta and water proposal are now public, but there's no real answer to the central question: how much water will flow south through controversial underground tunnels?
A new report concludes the controversial program to furlough state workers meant more vacation hours stored away, an extra cost to the state of at least $1 billion.
A package of state legislation would allow some physician duties to be done by other health professionals, with backers saying it will ease the bottleneck coming from federal health care changes.