2008 December 29 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
Cognitive Powers Inc. has made major improvements to their mobile sports odds website and an installed application which works on many blackberry devices. The applications feature sports from around the world. The improvements allow for easier navigation, performance improvements, and new features. Relatively few resources exist in the sports information for the mobile marketplace.
Two years ago, voters approved a measure that allows non-profit groups to hold bingo games as long as a certain amount of the money goes to charity. Monday, VFW Post 45-48 in Jacksonville donated $15,000 to the Jacksonville Police Department’s S.W.A.T team for new bullet proof vests.
MONTGOMERY Gov. Bob Riley created a task force Monday to investigate gambling operations statewide and picked a veteran antigambling prosecutor to lead it.
Half-a-million dollars worth of damage. That’s what the owner of the Kentucky State Line Bingo Hall estimates in damages after a fire destroys it.
Alabama Governor Bob Riley creates a task force to investigate illegal gambling operations throughout the state.
While the economy is crushing Mississippi casinos, it seems tough times may actually be good for the casino that boasts being the close alternative to Tunica.
Las Vegas sports books favor the New York Giants over the 11 other teams in the NFL playoffs to win the Super Bowl, giving 2-to-1 odds on the NFC’s No. 1 seed to repeat as champions.
MONTGOMERY - Gov. Bob Riley today said some electronic bingo machines may be illegal and he has appointed a special prosecutor to determine whether he’s right.
Alabamas governor has announced the formation of a task force which is charged with investigating gambling operations throughout the state and eliminating illegal activity, including slot machines disguised as electronic bingo.