2007 May 03 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
By Salvador M. Sucayre, Jr. MEMBERS of the Sta. Ana Police Precinct arrested five men who were allegedly caught while conducting an illegal gambling activity Tuesday afternoon.
Craig Hansen once re-created a casino inside his Phoenix funeral home where mourners, in honor of the departed, played slot machines. The idea was to create the noise and activity of gambling, and the money dropped into the slots went to the deceased’s favorite charity.
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Sport betting: Present uncertainties and past bad blood mean punters should expect the unexpected at the Emirates.
RACELAND- An unusual local restaurant is expanding to include live music and gambling. El Cajun La. Mex, , a self-styled Louisiana-Mexican restaurant, is part of a business that includes a truck stop and a 400-seat event center at 2639 La. 182.
Its often called the most exciting two minutes in sports. No, Im not referring to my average playing time on a basketball court. Its the Kentucky Derby, of course!
CAHOKIA, Ill. (AP) — Simultaneously working 32 bingo cards with all the fluid calm of a maestro, 64-year-old retiree Shirley O’Neal was in her element Wednesday — her trusty orange bingo dobber in one hand, a smoldering Doral menthol in the other.
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. - A new nonstop flight connecting the nation’s two main gambling hotspots was to begin operating Thursday.
Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal is asking New York gambling regulators to block Connecticut residents from placing Internet bets on horse races in New York State.