2005 October 21 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
House Speaker Jim Black confirmed Friday that his office received two subpoenas earlier this week from a federal grand jury, ordering him to produce certain documents.
The final confirmed attractions at IGN Live, the consumer video gaming event hosted by News Corp.-owned gaming portal IGN.com, have been announced.
Richard Segal, the chief executive of PartyGaming, the online poker business, hit a winning streak yesterday with third-quarter revenue growth up 32 per cent year-on-year, repairing some of the damage to the …
To Pete Madrid, a partially paralyzed dealer at the Santa Fe Station Casino, the fact that Station Casinos has put in automatic doors at employee entrances to accommodate him has made him a better worker.
WILLOUGHBY, Ohio — Bingo law violations will cost a charity for learning impaired people its building and other property valued at $550,000.
With casinos coming ashore at competing destinations on the Gulf Coast and vacationers eager to try their luck, South Florida should add gambling to its list of tourist attractions, a panel said Tuesday.
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. Two Springfield men with alleged ties to the Genovese crime family pleaded guilty today to running an illegal gambling business.
“This was a chance to do what I love to do, which is make music, and help people at the same time.
PENNSYLVANIA As reported by the Pennsylvania Patriot News: “Pennsylvania’s road to casino gambling remains blocked over how to get slot machines into 14 casinos in the state.