Sunrise Mall has new owner, but the future of the 50-year-old Citrus Heights shopping center remains uncertain. The shopping center was sold to the New York-based investment firm Namdar Realty Group on Dec. 21.
The first PG&E bankruptcy in 2001 was caused by the California energy crisis and misdeeds of Enron. The second bankruptcy results from the utility’s inability to prevent California wildfires like the Camp Fire.
Covered California is offering a reprieve to consumers who try to sign up for health insurance by midnight today but can’t get it done in time because of the last-minute surge in volume on the agency’s website. Open enrollment in the state’s Affordable Care Act marketplace ends today.
Doctors around California are complaining that the state did not send them notice of a Jan. 1 change in prescription forms and that pharmacies are rejecting prescriptions for controlled substances on forms used just last year.
Pacific Gas and Electric will file for protection under Chapter 11 of the federal bankruptcy law over California wildfire liabilities. Get answers to questions about how this impacts consumers and workers.
Pacific Gas and Electric Company said it will file Chapter 11 bankruptcy after getting hit with billions of dollars in claims for the Camp Fire and other California wildfires. Its CEO, Geisha Williams, resigned.
Shared electric scooters from Bird or Lime could roll onto Sacramento streets as early as May, but first, city officials will consider charging companies $15 each time a scooter is left blocking a sidewalk.
WellSpace Health is working to acquire three medical clinics in Sacramento County from Golden Shore Medical Group, according to leaders of the two companies, in an effort to assure uninterrupted care for 19,000 local residents and employment security for 77 health-care workers.
Francisca Perez worked at Osteria Fasulo for 11 years before the owner fired her from the Davis restaurant and threatened to report her to immigration authorities, she said in a lawsuit. He says she quit of her own accord in May.
California has launched the costliest disaster cleanup in state history, at the Camp Fire in Butte County. The project is controversial. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has criticized a contract awarded to Tetra Tech, which falsified soil samples in San Francisco’s Hunters Point.