2012 February 28 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
More than half of Rhode Islanders say they would favor casino gambling in the Ocean State, according to an exclusive Eyewitness News poll released Tuesday.
An audacious Internet gambling mogul long sought by authorities has been indicted in Baltimore, capping an investigation that spanned nearly a decade and several countries and comes amid a recent crackdown on the popular poker and gambling sites.
The week kicked off with some big news about poker on television, namely that Poker After Dark would be returning to the air .
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — It’s been more than a year in the making, but on Thursday let the games begin.
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The gambling website Bodog was shut down and four Canadians were indicted, including founder Calvin Ayre, for illegal gambling that generated more than $100 million in winnings, federal prosecutors said Tuesday.
A tiny tribe based in rural East County is edging closer to building Southern California’s first off-reservation casino.
A Canadian citizen pleaded guilty to U.S. conspiracy charges Tuesday in connection with an investigation of Internet poker gambling that shut down the three largest online poker companies in the United States.
The Elk Grove Planning Commission at its March 1 meeting will vote on a zoning interpretation that could allow bingo parlors in the city.