2009 February 12 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
Its a curious phenomenon that provincial governments in Canada regulate, benefit from and promote gambling, says a Trent University professor and co-author of a recently […]
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A man arrested Monday and charged with a misdemeanor crime for alleged involvement with an illegal gambling operation says he had no idea he was involved with something unlawful.
Kim Martinez glances up from her video poker machine, takes a quick drag from her half-smoked cigarette and exhales as her free hand reaches out to poke the flashing button for her next play.
Public opinion is being sought on the best way to manage the number of gambling venues and machines in the city as Waitakere City Council prepares to review its Gambling Venue Policy.
Here are your Evening Puck Headlines and Previews: A glorious collection of news and views collected from the greatest blogosphere in sports and the few, the proud, the mainstream hockey media. For previews of the 7 p.m. games, check out the Y! Sports scores and scheds page. Also, you can watch the Florida Panthers / Carolina Hurricanes tilt right here. George Richards of the Miami Herald …
The business billed itself as a smoke shop and Internet cafe. But Salt Lake County sheriff’s investigators say it was a place for gambling and shut the establishment down Thursday while detaining its owner and manager.
Free general-admission promotion, which includes $1 hot dogs and drinks, improves attendance dramatically as people seek cheap entertainment in hard times. In these days of economic distress and rising unemployment, Santa Anita has put together its sports version of an economic stimulus plan.
Maryland’s long and winding road toward slot machine gambling took another apparent detour today–right into court. This morning, a state commission rejected a bid for slots at Laurel Race Course that came in last week without the required $28 million in fees. Owners of the race course, in turn, asked the Anne Arundel County circuit court to block the action. WYPR’s Senior News Analyst Fraser …