2008 September 12 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) - Minnesotans now have a toll-free tipline they can call to report suspected alcohol and gambling violations. The Department of Public Safety’s Alcohol and Gambling Enforcement Division has activated the new complaint line -
You hear it all the time in betting circles, and sometimes sewing circles: “Don’t overreact after one game.” You’ve done it, you’ve watched others do it and as hard as you try, you can’t avoid it. Maybe that’s because ESPN and its constant onslaught of…
Minnesotans now have a toll-free tipline they can call to report suspected alcohol and gambling violations.
A former state trooper, arrested earlier this year for robbing players in a poker game at a country club near Wyoming, pleaded guilty Thursday to single counts of first-degree robbery and possessing a firearm …
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SAN DIEGO, Sept. 12 (UPI) — A federal grand jury in San Diego has indicted 11 defendants for an alleged conspiracy to cheat a dozen casinos, the U.S. Justice Department said Friday.
Bingo! DML wins Mori Language Week award Playing Mori Bingo during Mori Language Week was just one way Auckland-based Diagnostic Medlab community laboratory staff headed off stiff competition to win the business category of the 2008 Mori Language Week Awards announced in Wellington tonight.
People can report alcohol and gambling violations on a new toll-free tipline unveiled today, according to the Department of Public Safety Alcohol and Gambling Enforcement Division.
A San Diego federal jury indicted 11 people for alleged involvement in a bribery scheme involving 12 casinos nationwide, including five owned and operated by local Indian tribes, over a five-year period, the Justice Department announced.