080316 Wildfire SoberanesFire PGovernor Gavin Newsom wanted the Legislature to approve his plan for a wildfire fund by the end of next week. Now, he’s saying it's open-ended.

Story by Scott Rodd.

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gavinnewsom3pSpeaking to a crowd at a Sacramento community college Monday, Governor Newsom celebrated new investments in early childhood education, health care and homelessness.

Story by Ben Adler.

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Doctor Stethoscope PeruThe state will pay the student loans for nearly 250 recently-graduated physicians. The Department of Health Care Services says the move will enhance health care services in 39 of California's 58 counties.

Story by Randol White.

(Photo: Alex Proimos [CC BY 2.0])

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