SACRAMENTO (AP) - California officials filed suit Friday against the U.S. Department of Labor, arguing that the federal agency cannot deny billions of dollars in mass transit money to the state based on pension reforms that lawmakers approved last year.
LOS ANGELES (AP) - An attorney in a municipal corruption case that nearly bankrupted a struggling Los Angeles suburb complained bitterly in court Friday about a judge's decision to allow the chief defendant to plead no contest in an unannounced hearing.
BROWN OKS BILL ALLOWING MORE THAN 2 LEGAL PARENTS: SACRAMENTO (AP) - Gov. Jerry Brown has signed legislation making California the fifth state to allow judges to declare a child has more than two legal parents.
SONOMA - The rolling hills and vineyards of the Sonoma Valley are just part of a natural tapestry that has beckoned art-lovers and wine connoisseurs to this region for decades. Indeed, the fathers who founded missions here were growing grapes hundreds of years ago. Then, in the late 1850s, a fellow named Col. Agoston Haraszthy figured it all out.
October 04, 2013|
By CARY ORDWAY
|On The Road