SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) – California may create its own online community college. Gov. Jerry Brown is proposing $120 million to get it up and running. He says it will benefit 2.5 million young Californians who have high school diplomas but aren’t accessing higher education. Brown’s state spending plan released Wednesday also provides money to make the first year of traditional community college free for many students. On K-12 education, Brown proposes boosting spending by $3 billion for a program aimed at helping California’s neediest students. That’s part of the Local Control Funding Formula, passed in 2013. Brown’s fresh investment is fully funding it two years ahead of schedule.