Roseville’s ASR Restaurant offers a deal to diners holding gift cards from now-shuttered Crush 29 and Suede Blue.

Elk Grove’s Double Nickel Smokehouse gets its name from the number on Chicago Bear linebacker Lance Briggs’ jersey, but it is Briggs’ childhood friend Cameron Lee who owns the majority stake in the restaurant and who calls the plays there.

California lawmakers narrowly approved a sweeping plastic bag ban Friday, leaving Gov. Jerry Brown to decide the fate of the controversial bill in an election year.

El Dorado County’s Miraflores Winery toasts cameo role its wines will receive in upcoming movie.

Proposed legislation to help woo electric car manufacturer Tesla’s $5 billion battery gigafactory to California will not emerge before lawmakers finish their work for the year, state Sen. Ted Gaines, R-Roseville, said Friday.

A judge will continue to ponder the fate of a lawsuit challenging the city of Sacramento’s $255 million subsidy for the new Kings arena.

The director of the economic affiliate of SACTO is leaving for a post with a Sacramento consulting firm.

The state Senate on Friday approved legislation prohibiting private EMTs and other contractors from using logos for public agencies they serve without identifying themselves as contractors.

Yuba City-based Stevia First Corp., which aims to promote industrial-scale production of the sweetener stevia throughout the region, says it has secured agreements with a Chinese company to distribute the latter’s stevia products and use the Chinese firm’s technology for stevia extracting and refining.

Marrone Bio Innovations Inc., the Davis-based provider of eco-friendly pest management and plant health products, says it has obtained approval to sell its bioinsecticide product, Venerate, in California.

Two Sacramento-area banks cracked the Top 10 in an annual ranking of the most financially healthy federally insured banks in the United States.

An effort to help workers recover back wages by allowing them to slap liens on their employers’ property failed Thursday in the California Senate when numerous Democrats withheld their votes.

A group of Sacramentans suing to block the city’s subsidy for the new Kings arena got a split decision from a judge Thursday.

BioConsortia Inc., an agricultural biotechnology startup, has opened its new company headquarters and research/development laboratories in Davis.

With a prominent grocery workers’ union back in support, the California Assembly voted on Thursday to impose a statewide ban on single-use plastic bags.

Sacramento-based Sutter Health placed two facilities on Modern Healthcare journal's 2014 top-100 “Best Places to Work” in health care list.

After a two-year court battle, owners of the Eureka Ridge Plaza gain the right to evict the Alizadeh family's Crush 29 restaurant, triggering a closure Tuesday that seemed abrupt to customers and employees.

The ranks of Medi-Cal recipients are growing by 10,000 a month in Sacramento County because of the Affordable Care Act, and Sacramento-based WellSpace Health is expanding around the region with primary-care clinics to serve them.

Sacramento leaders will send a letter to Benicia today formally challenging the Bay Area city to do a better job of studying trian derailment risks before it approves an oil company’s plans to ship crude oil on daily trains through Sacramento-area downtowns to a Benicia refinery.

The FBI said Wednesday it's working with the Secret Service to determine the scope of recently reported cyberattacks against several U.S. financial institutions.

Moving to address one of the principal causes of the 2008 financial crisis, the Securities and Exchange Commission on Wednesday in a split decision passed new rules designed to limit conflicts of interest in credit-rating agencies.

Burger King’s purchase of the Canadian doughnut chain Tim Hortons is raising new questions of whether Congress will respond by changing corporate tax laws.

U.S. automobile sales are sizzling in part because Americans increasingly are taking out longer and longer loans to purchase used and new vehicles.

Gov. Jerry Brown and lawmakers on Wednesday touted deals on tax credits for films produced in California and new restrictions on ride-sharing companies, compromising on two prominent remaining issues as the legislative session hurtled to a close.

The California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce have elected longtime Vacaville businessman Manuel Cosme Jr. as chairman of the organization’s board of directors.

SPI Solar, the Roseville-based solar energy developer, said that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Xinyu Xinwei New Energy Co. Ltd., has received preliminary approval to develop a 10-megawatt solar project in eastern China.

Lawmakers, Gov. Jerry Brown and ride-sharing companies have reached a deal on California legislation upping insurance requirements for the emerging companies such as Lyft and Uber.

Gov. Jerry Brown said Wednesday that he has reached a deal with legislative leaders to more than triple California’s 5-year-old film and television tax credit, amid intense lobbying from the state’s TV and movie industry.

California’s beer industry all states with 242,000 jobs, according to a new report by the Beer Institute, the Washington, D.C.-based national trade association.

A group of attorneys with the Sacramento law firm of Prout-LeVangie LLP is forming a new firm in midtown. LeVangie Law Group LLP will open at 2021 N St. in Sacramento on Sept. 1.

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