2008 January 15 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
TOPEKA | Kansas Gov. Kathleen Sebelius is betting $81 million that the Kansas courts ultimately will approve the casino gambling law enacted by the Legislature last year.
THE faith of an 11-year-old in bingo has been restored thanks to the kind-hearted nature of local players. Last Monday morning at the Catalina Country Club Ebony Bray accidentally left her handbag behind after visiting the club to play bingo with her grandmother.
Here is your chance to Take 5 To Care with FOX5 and 98.5 KLUC by playing poker! Go all in at the Opportunity Village Celebrity Poker Tournament Saturday, Feb. via KVVU-TV Henderson
Charities that offer bingo and raffle games could face stricter requirements for tracking their proceeds under legislation proposed by the Idaho Lottery Commission in the wake of a bingo scandal that sent two men to federal prison.
Gov. Deval Patrick is ramping up efforts to pass his casino gambling bill. He’s shepherding labor unions, mayors and other would-be beneficiaries to pressure lawmakers — and hoping election-year politics will help the cause.
Before the first coin drops into a slot machine, Gov. Kathleen Sebelius is relying on new gambling revenues to make her budget work. She outlined a proposed budget Tuesday that includes more than $81 million in revenues from casino operators and slot machines at dog and horse tracks. Sebelius also proposed using the state’s rainy day funds to help finance spending, a practice that has become …
LONDON, England — (PRESS RELEASE) — Bingo Scotland has enjoyed huge success in both the Which Bingo Site of the Year and Which Bingo CM Team of the Year awards.
Casino operator MGM Mirage took a step forward today on its proposed MGM Grand Atlantic City project by filing for a coastal area development permit. via The Jersey Journal
Louisiana’s state-licensed casinos took in $228.1 million in December, typically one of the big months for the wagering business.