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California lottery honors teachers

This week on “The Big Spin” show, State Superintendent of Public Instruction Jack O’Connell and California Lottery Director Joan Borucki honor the five California Teachers of the Year for 2007.

Spotlight 29 hosts Tito Puente Jr.

Just a few tickets remain available for an incredible night of fun when Tito Puente, Jr. brings his 13-piece orchestra to Spotlight 29 Casino on October 28.

Spa Resort awards another slot jackpot

A Palm Desert man has become the second person to take home a jackpot worth more than $85,000 in the past week at Spa Resort Casino in Palm Springs.

Man hits slot jackpot again

A man a jackpot worth $144,000.00 at Agua Caliente Casino, two years after winning a $72,000 jackpot at the same casino.

Twin Pine casino construction begins

News Brief: Construction of the Middletown Rancheria Pomo Indian tribe's Twin Pine Casino has began.

Valley View Casino, AEG sign deal

News Brief: Valley View Casino near Escondido has entered into an exclusive deal with AEG Live San Diego to book and produce pop concerts at a new 2,000-seat outdoor concert venue that is being built adjacent to the casino.

Top-10 Gambling Destinations

Our Top-10 list of Gambling Destinations begins in New England, travels the high seas to China and lands in Las Vegas.

Schwarzenegger vetoes card room expansion

News Brief: Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger has vetoed legislation that would have allowed small card rooms to add more gambling tables.

Full House for San Manuel poker event

In less than two weeks, San Manuel Indian Bingo and Casino managed to secure a full house of participants for their Annie Duke $100,000 Hold 'Em Poker Tournament.

Judge sides with Barona tribe on alcohol ruling

News Brief: An administrative law judge is recommending that the Barona Band of Mission Indians be allowed to continue serving alcohol at its massive casino resort north of Lakeside over the opposition of county officials and neighbors.

California tribes dispute petitions

News Brief: Two Riverside County tribes claim opponents of their recent gambling deals missed the deadline to file signatures for February ballot measures that would give voters final say on whether they can expand their casinos.

Russel Fox to speak at California conference

Well-known poker player Russell Fox, an Enrolled Agent who is admitted to practice before the U.S. Internal Revenue Service, will be a Featured Presenter at the First Annual California Poker Players Conference being hosted by the Hollywood Park Casino

Schwarzenegger pushes lottery funding for health care

News Brief: Ten months after outlining his plan to overhaul California's health care system, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger today released new details, including a proposal to lease the state lottery to help finance the plan.

Bush administration blamed for casino delays

News Brief: A Madera County tribe's plans for a new casino have been frustrated by the Bush administration's 'gross incompetence' in handling Indian business affairs, a key senator charged Thursday.

Bill targets tribal casinos

News Brief: Rep. John Campbell, R-Irvine, has introduced a bill that would ban any American Indian tribe from building a casino for 25 years after it has been federally recognized.

Spotlight 29 host Bobby Vinton

Bobby Vinton will perform in the Spotlight 29's Showroom on October 20.

Schwarzenegger criticizes casino report

News Brief: Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger recently joined a group of residents and the county in criticizing an environmental report produced by the Pauma Band of Mission Indians on a planned $300 million casino and hotel.

California gaming agreements approved

News Brief: The Board of Supervisors on Tuesday unanimously approved a resolution supporting recently enacted gaming agreements between the California and three Riverside County Indian tribes.

Orange County may get casino

News Brief: Indian gaming may soon push into one of the nation's most populous metropolitan areas if federal officials agree to recognize the Juaneno Band of Orange County.

Spotlight 29 hosts Jagged Edge

At Spotlight 29 Casino on November 3, when #1 platinum recording artists Jagged Edge bring their unmistakable R&B sound to the Spotlight Showroom.

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