2005 October 19 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
Oct 19, 2005 11:19 pm US/Eastern New Galilee, Beaver Co. (KDKA) State police in Beaver County are looking for a gunman who took $5,000 in bingo proceeds from a couple leaving a game.
Michael Jordan was “stupid” in his gambling but never jeopardized his livelihood or his family, he told CBS’s “60 Minutes” in an interview to be broadcast Sunday.
Former AFL footballer David Schwarz says he has two people to thank for rescuing him from a destructive gambling habit - his fiancee and his accountant. -
FORMER AFL footballer David Schwarz has two people to thank for rescuing him from a destructive gambling habit his fiancee and his accountant.
A gambling addiction counselor says this is a tough time to recover from a gambling problem.
(Rock Hill-AP) Oct. 19, 2005 - The Catawba Indian Nation is cutting back on bingo games, saying its revenue has been hurt by the state-run lottery. The tribe is canceling the remaining bingo games for October and November and plans to have games just once a month starting in December.
An amendment to the city’s electronic video bingo ordinance, which would allow nonprofit organizations domiciled outside the city limits to apply, was removed from the agenda during Tuesday night’s City Council meeting.
Basketball superstar Michael Jordan says he was “stupid” in gambling situations, but tells 60 Minutes correspondent Ed Bradley in a rare and candid interview that he wasn?t compulsive.
NEW YORK (AP) — Michael Jordan admits being “stupid” in his gambling, but never jeopardized his livelihood or his family, he told CBS’ 60 Minutes in an interview to be broadcast Sunday.