2010 January 08 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
PORTLAND, Ore. - The New Jersey Nets joined Washington in banning gambling on team flights in the wake of a gun incident between the Wizards’ Gilbert Arenas and Javaris Crittenton. The players’ dispute began over a high-stakes card game.
Two teams have banned gambling on flights in the wake of the Gilbert Arenas incident. Phil Jackson calls it a “PR thing.”
AUGUSTA, Maine — Oversight of all gambling activities would be consolidated under a proposal discussed by members of the Legislature’s Legal and Veterans Affairs Committee and the Appropriations
WASHINGTON, Jan. 8 (UPI) — The Washington Wizards have banned card games and gambling from all team charter flights, an unnamed source told The Washington Post Friday.
Kentucky State Police, armed with search warrants, seized 49 illegal gambling devices and $62,277 in
JOHNSTON, Iowa - The Iowa Legislature isn’t likely to expand gambling to generate more tax revenue and help cover a large budget gap, the Senate majority leader said Friday. Michael Gronstal, a Coun…
The Iowa Legislature isn’t likely to expand gambling to generate more tax revenue and help cover a large budget gap, the Senate majority leader said Friday.
A bingo game to test pupils’ knowledge of indices.
Now that Gov. Ed Rendell has signed a bill legalizing table games at Pennsylvania casinos, two Pittsburgh area locations are looking to bolster their workforce.