2007 March 15 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
BURNABY, B.C. (CP) - Gateway Casinos Income Fund (TSX:GCI.UN) has raked in a fourth-quarter profit of $8.4 million as revenue increased 38 per cent to $35.5 million, concluding “another very strong year.”
Indianapolis metropolitan police raided a pea shake house this afternoon at 38th and Capital Street which was masquerading as a car wash.
Jackson County pastors got the Attorney General’s opinion they thought they needed to get a non-binding casino vote on November ballots. Yet one Jackson County supervisor says that opinion has no value.
On a recent day in Washington, D.C., Carlos Juarez of Guatemala waited on a street corner to find day labor. Juarez is part of America’s underground economy. So are casual sports gamblers. Office worker Gary Gibbs, speaking at a Maryland sports bar, says that betting in an office pool might be illegal, but it’s like jaywalking.
HARRISBURG, Pa. Pennsylvania’s gambling regulators want challengers to the slot-machine licenses they awarded to put up money to cover potential revenue losses to the state.
HARRISBURG, Pa. State gambling regulators say they are easing their screening of applicants for slot-machine casinos jobs.
By Pam Elliot News 8 @ 6:00 INDIANAPOLIS - Twice in the same week, metro officers raided an alleged gambling establishment. Thursday’s bust was at a place where the window reads car wash, used tires. But
Vice detectives conducted a gambling raid at a West 38th Street address this afternoon, seizing cash, gambling apparatus and five handguns.
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