2009 January 26 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
DESPITE having regulatory approval for its $US1.75 billion acquisition of three Las Vegas casinos, James Packer’s Crown could end up with one fewer because of a late hiccup.
HARRISBURG — A plumbing company controlled by a man with a felony conviction won a court order allowing it to resume work on the Washington County slots casino
A plumbing company controlled by a man with a felony conviction won a court order allowing it to resume work on a western Pennsylvania slots casino.
Olympic leaders met with European Union officials Monday to develop closer relations between the sports and political worlds.
Gambling legislation barely got out of the gate in 2007, but a new speaker with family ties to horse racing is now leading the Texas House. A change in the political picture makes handicapping the fate of gambling expansion about the same as picking a trifecta.
Operation High Roller is the name State Police have given the illegal bookmaking operation that they discovered being run out of the high-stakes poker room of the Borgata in Atlantic City, and two of the …
The following timeline is based on information from the Match-E-Be-Nash-She-Wish Band of Pottawatomi Indian’s (Gun Lake Tribe) “Gun Lake Tribe Casino Related Timeline.” The original timeline can be found online at www.mbpi.org.
Soon residents from Prince Albert and across northern and central Saskatchewan will be able to say “Bingo” for a good cause.
About a year after a bevy of law enforcement officers announced they had broken up an illegal gambling operation that had been running out of an auto body shop in Upper Allen Township, officials say the case is making progress.