Sacramento, California - Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. today announced the following appointments:

Palo Alto, California - On April 7, Under Secretary Gottemoeller will join Deputy Secretary Blinken for a day-long workshop at Stanford University, “The Hunt for Weapons of Mass Destruction: Leveraging New Technology” in Palo Alto.

Klamath, California - Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. today joined state, federal and Native American tribal governments, as well as Klamath Basin water users and businesses, to continue moving forward with the largest river restoration and dam removal project in the nation.

Los Angeles, California - The California economy is heavily dependent on international trade, but voters statewide have concerns about its impact, according to the latest USC Dornsife/LA Times Poll.

Los Angeles, California - State and local energy agencies released today a plan to help preserve reliability of electrical service this summer in the greater Los Angeles area following the major natural gas leak at the Aliso Canyon underground natural gas storage facility. Currently, Aliso Canyon is prohibited from injecting and storing more gas until a comprehensive safety review is completed and the facility’s wells are deemed safe or removed from service.

Davis, California - School districts now have an easier route to add computer science education with a full first-grade-to-high-school curriculum, integrated with mathematics, from the Center for Integrated Computing and STEM Education at the University of California, Davis.