2009 April 03 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
But NCAA is discouraging gambling DETROIT The Final Four isn’t in Las Vegas, but there are casinos in Detroit and nearby Windsor, Canada.
North Carolina guard Ty Lawson’s revelation that he won $250 playing craps after arriving at the Final Four site Wednesday night spurred a barrage of questions about gambling and college athletes during Friday’s media session.
Bolstering the peninsulas tax base with gambling is on the mind of a county commissioner, who says it’s an ideal spot for the industry.
Two Washington County men who ran a gambling ring were sentenced.
GREENSBORO A man shot in a robbery Wednesday at a Randleman Road jewelry store is the subject of an investigation of an illegal gambling operation, according to police. Police are investigating 61-year-old Kim San on allegations he has been running an illegal lottery at C & S Jewelers at 2804-R Randleman Road, police confirmed Friday. read mor
Ohio Attorney General Richard Cordray on Friday approved the summary petition for a constitutional amendment that would bring four full-service casinos to Ohio, if approved by voters. By approving the petition language, the backers of the casino plan move…
North Carolina coach Roy Williams on Friday defended point guard Ty Lawson, who has been criticized by some here for gambling at a Detroit casino earlier this week.
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) It used to be the signature sound of gambling: the clacking of coins spilling into metal trays on slot machines. But newer electronic machines that spit paper vouchers or credit winnings to cards now emit only canned noise.
A bill proposed by Texas State Representative Jose Menendez designed to expand poker’s availability in Texas was passed by a House committee on Thursday.