2008 February 11 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
MOREHEAD CITY A Duplin County woman who was playing bingo on the night of an armed robbery at Morehead City Beach Bingo is now accused of collaborating in the crime, police said.
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Ohio’s top lawyer has filed a lawsuit against Springfield’s Central Ohio Association for Children’s Higher Education, alleging the nonprofit violated state law by misusing bingo proceeds.
Police arrested a mother and her son in connection with a bingo parlor robbery. Three men raided the Morehead City bingo hall at gunpoint in December.
SkyCity’s Adelaide casino is suing the South Australian state government after it was forced to pay for the regulation of the state’s gambling industry.
Spending more than $1 million on last year’s governor race won’t help a casino operator win the right to open a gambling operation in Kentucky, Gov. Steve Beshear said Monday. William Yung III contributed $1 million to a political group that worked to elect Beshear, a Democrat who made a proposal to legalize casinos in Kentucky a centerpiece in his campaign against former Gov. Ernie Fletcher. …
SkyCity Entertainment Group’s Adelaide Casino is suing the South Australian State Government after it was forced to help pay for the regulation of the state’s gambling industry, The Advertiser newspaper has reported.
Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear says he plans to unwrap his casino gambling proposal by the end of this week.
Log in to remember this page. Email this UK lingerie and adult products group Ann Summers has added an online casino to the internet bingo operation it launched in 2007 in conjunction with St Minver, according to a report by Online-Casinos.com.