Barely three weeks after Ronald Reagan became the first professional actor ever elected governor of California, in late January 1967, he gave an hour of his time to a small class of Stanford University gradu
The polls don’t look super-strong for Dianne Feinstein today.
There was good news and bad news — and in other ways no news at all — in the latest results of standardized tests given each year to California public school students.
California is in the forefront of most things.
It will be no surprise if Californians don’t see many needed highway repairs getting underway in the next year.
Ballot initiative campaigns don’t usually center around definitions, but the question of what’s a pension and what’s not is one battle over definitions that’s very likely to face voters this fall.
Many Californians now deeply distrust state government, and with good reason.