2007 March 18 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
If you came to Las Vegas on vacation, chances are you might get caught up in the glitz and glamour, the constant activity in the casinos, and the mesmerizing lights. That’s exactly what happens to a lot of tourists.
Former Sheriff Bill Young has a new gig. Young is Station Casinos’ new corporate vice-president of security. He will oversee the security and surveillance departments. Young says he’s excited to start his second career.
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. - A state computer engineer thinks the type of technical expertise used to keep Atlantic City slot machines honest could do the same for electronic voting.
Faced with new competition, Atlantic City casino owners are trying to move the doleful seaside resort upmarket.
A push to build casinos in New Hampshire is having little luck in the Legislature. A bill sponsored by state Senator John Gallus of Berlin would allow two casinos in the state, one in Berlin and one at Pease International Tradeport in Portsmouth.
How would you feel if everything you thought you knew about sports turned out to be false? What if sports were actually a science with future outcomes easily predicted by plugging a bunch of numbers into an equation? Some handicappers are givi…
SALEM, Ore. (AP)– A new study indicates students in the 8th and 11th grades who gamble are more likely to be involved in risky behaviors such as drinking, carrying weapons, sexual activity or fighting.
PORTSMOUTH, N.H. — A push to build casinos in the state is having little luck in the Legislature. A bill sponsored by state Senator John Gallus, R-Berlin, would allow two casinos: one in Berlin and one…
DAVENPORT, Iowa The Nasdaq Stock Market is looking to delist the Isle of Capri Casinos. The exchange, which trades the company’s stock, says the Isle of Capri has been forced to restate its finances for three and a-half fiscal years.