2008 May 12 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
Century Casinos Inc. blamed Colorado’s Jan. 1 ban on smoking in casinos, a slowing economy and higher fuel prices for falling revenue at its Colorado casinos during the first three months of the year.
A federal judge has put on hold, for now, his order that Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger and North County’s Rincon Indian band reach an agreement on a gambling expansion by July.
The California Senate has voted to prohibit the governor from negotiating gambling compacts with Indian tribes that do not have federally recognized land on which the casinos would be located.
SACRAMENTO — In a signal that lawmakers aren’t pleased with the recent deal for a casino along Highway 99, the state Senate today passed a bill that would prohibit the governor from negotiating gambling compacts with Indian tribes until they have qualified gaming land.
It’s been years since a camera was allowed into a surveillance room at a Mississippi casino.
A Kenton County grand jury has indicted four people for allegedly misappropriating funds from a charitable bingo operation in Covington.
DAVIDSON COUNTY, N.C. (WGHP) — A man hit another man in the head with a chair during a fight at a bingo hall Wednesday, according to the Davidson County Sheriff’s Office. Deputies found Bobby Hamilton with a laceration to the head at South of the Border Bingo at 13118 Old Highway 52. Hamilton’s injuries were not serious.
The state Supreme Court says South Carolina casino boats don’t have to report to the state Revenue Department how much money they bring in each month.
DAVIDSON COUNTY, N.C. — Deputies responded to a fight at South of the Border Bingo in Davidson County on Old Highway 52 last Wednesday and arrested a man they said hit another man with a chair.