2008 May 07 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
An Indian tribe is another step closer to building a Las Vegas-style casino in Sonoma County.
A Wichita Falls woman wins a bingo jackpot only to get robbed of the money. Police say she won $500 at Jackpot Bingo on Old Jacksboro Highway. She collected the winnings and left to go home. Police say two men were following right behind.
Two people who had sealed indictments returned against them last week in the 8 liner gambling raids have turned themselves in. 58-year-old Carmen Rodriquez and 52-year-old Sylvia Martinez turned themselves in to the Taylor County Jail yesterday.
GAMING firm Rank has reported a “modest improvement” in trading at its Mecca bingo halls, despite a 13 per cent fall in admissions this year.
“Justin lives and breathes the Bodog lifestyle and is a perfect fit for us. We expect him to make a lot of noise this year for Team Bodog, beginning with the WSOP this summer.”Read the rest »
Despite a recent high-profile defeat, legislation to legalize casino gambling in Massachusetts “may yet come back,” Gov. Deval Patrick said Wednesday.
A McDonald man today pleaded guilty in federal court to his involvement in an illegal gambling ring in Washington County
Despite a recent high-profile defeat, legislation to legalize casino gambling in Massachusetts “may yet come back,” Gov. Deval Patrick said Wednesday. Patrick said he wasn’t basing his statement on the possible departure of House Speaker Salvatore DiMasi, a gambling opponent, but a confluence of other factors.
BOSTON (AP) — Gov. Deval Patrick says a bill to bring legalized gambling to Massachusetts “may yet come back in the Legislature.”