Thursday, June 13, 2013

Sacramento Morning Roundup: State delays small-biz health plan announcement

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State delays small-biz health plan announcement

Last month, Covered California said health plans selected to compete in the small-employer program would be announced in early June — but that's not happening.


Get a look inside Vanguard, Sacramento's newest night club

Vanguard, Sacramento's newest night club, opens to the general public Friday night with a touch of class.


South Lake Tahoe retail project resumes

A planned high-profile retail project in South Lake Tahoe frozen by the economic downturn in 2008 is ready to get moving again, with work on the second phase of The Chateau to start within the next month.


News10 owner expands TV empire

The Gannett Co., owner of KXTV-TV Channel 10 in Sacramento, is buying Dallas-based Belo Corp., owner of 20 stations across the country, reports the New York Times and others.

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CalPERS loses suit, owes $52 million

Elk Grove wants a visitors bureau

Consumer group sues UnitedHealthcare over drugs

Sacramento's housing market is hot, another study shows

Solar power hits state records

River Cats expect 10 millionth spectator

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