2009 May 01 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
Key lawmakers to work out budget plan, grapple with Seminole gambling deal Florida legislators finished an austere lawmaking session tonight, claiming minor victories on non-controversial bills in a fitting end to two months spent mired in budget gridlock.
Arizona’s Indian casinos did better than expected in the first quarter of 2009, indicating there may be light at the end of the recessionary tunnel that has hammered the state’s gaming industry.
Six people were fined Thursday after investigators discovered several video gambling machines in Darlington County, Darlington County Sheriffs Capt. Andy Locklair said.
A counteroffer on casino gambling from the House on Friday has nothing about blackjack and slots for Palm Beach County but a second dog track could be in the cards.
WinADay.com , the online casino with the animated casino staff and three-dimensional games, says the launch of their latest two games confirms that while there may be players that like simple, single-payline slot machines , there are also lots that like all the options a multi-line slot machine gives them.
Leaders of Sacramento’s Southeast Asian community say hundreds of families need help with relatives who are addicted to gambling.
Minnesota officials are trying a novel tactic to block online gambling sites ‘ using a federal law that enables restrictions on phone calls used for wagering. The state’s Department of Public Safety said last week it had asked 11 Internet service providers to block access to 200 online gambling sites.
Police are looking for a gunman who robbed a cashier at one of Las Vegas’ biggest hotel-casinos before dawn and rode away on a motorcycle. Officer Bill Cassell says no injuries were reported after the 4:42 a.m. Friday robbery at the MGM Grand. A hotel…
The state’s slumping economy continues to take its toll on tribal casinos - and the profits they share with the state.