Farms see fallow fields and laid-off workers, and some urban consumers face their first water cuts in two decades.
The famously liberal city slices aid for the needy. Advocates cry foul, but others see a need to curb spending.
Trenton's ambitious program shows promise in turning around inner-city areas.
They'll consider six ballot measures that address budget reform and a new $8 billion shortfall.
The Supreme Court denied the appeal of a Florida inmate on death row for 32 years.
Some wonder if they’ll survive without rain, despite water conservation measures.
As it has slid, the state's citizens have begun to focus on its core dysfunctions.
A political logjam broke Thursday, with a GOP senator's vote to swallow some tax hikes in return for support for election reform.