2006 March 07 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
Of all the major forms of betting, college basketball is almost certainly the easiest to fix.
SACRAMENTO, Calif.—-March 7, 2006–Recognizing the destructive consequences problem gambling has on families, communities and employers, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger has issued a proclamation designating March 6-12, 2006, as National Gambling Awareness Week in California.
A battery of attorneys outlined the issues Tuesday as hearings began on River Rock Casinos quest to get a license to serve liquor 20 hours a day at the Geyserville gambling facility.
Report: Grubbs gave students gifts A former teacher accused of molesting at least three young boys allegedly gave money and gifts to at least one of them, according to legal documents obtained by the Charlotte …
The gambling debate in the Statehouse is underway. A bill that would create two destination casinos and allow slot machines at dog and horse racing tracks in Kansas was introduced this morning in the Senate Federal and State Affairs Committee.
Damn those Stanford women. They were our last hope. Not that I’ve ever watched more than three minutes of a women’s college basketball game (it’s America people, I have choices) but if you look around the blighted local sports landscape, the Stanford women…
ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - Video slot machines pegged to be the financial savior of the New York Racing Association won’t be in place until 2007 - just months before NYRA’s agreement with the state ends.
TOPEKA (AP) — Even though they don’t have the votes needed for passage, Senate leaders say they plan to introduce a bill this week to expand gambling in Kansas, which they say would help pay for a court-mandated increase in public school money.
A friendly poker game turned into anything but Saturday night in Moore Station, and Bryan James Thompson of Chandler found himself charged with murder.