2008 May 13 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
“We are excited to continue our alliance with AOL to offer anyone over the age of 21 a shot at becoming part of poker history.”Read the rest »
More than a year after closing, the Nevada Landing is history. Since mid-February, MGM Mirage has been slowly demolishing the Jean casino, which was to make way for a master-planned mixed-use development. As of last week, only the Nevada Landing marquee remained.
Sioux City council member Brent Hoffman has taken a proposed smoking ban, at Argosy Casino, off the table.
A grass roots organization formed recently in an effort to oppose slot machine legislation in Maryland.
The California Charity Alliance today announced its formation to advocate for the use of traditional and technologically advanced forms of bingo as a responsible, legal and consistent funding source for nonprofit charities.
Former Buncombe County Sheriff Bobby Medford is accused of participating in an illegal gambling operation. Medford says, he played a back-seat role, and he didn’t always know what was going on at the Sheriff’s Office.
The Michigan Gaming Control Board on Tuesday set a June 10 show-cause hearing to decide whether to order a forced sale of Greektown Casino L.L.C. because the casino isnt hitting prescribed financial goals.
“It was some place to go to get things off your mind. I got old and sick.”Read the rest »
OREGON CITY, Ore. — A woman convicted of stealing from her employer avoided prison after a judge agreed with her argument that a prescription medication ignited a gambling addiction.