Visit Casino City's Internet Directory
Casino City Home World Gambling North America GamblingUnited States GamblingCalifornia Gambling
California News
Casino City Home
World Gambling
North America Gambling
United States Gambling
California Gambling

California News - Page 105

« Previous   Next »
Plymouth repeals deal with tribe

News Brief: The Plymouth City Council quietly revoked its municipal services agreement with an Indian tribe trying to build a casino near the city at its Thursday meeting.

Man wins Paradise Jackpot

A man from La Quinta is the latest winner of a Paradise Jackpot at Agua Caliente Casino, where slot players continue to reap hefty payouts thanks to the popular slot promotion.

Table Mountain Casino hosts championship fight

Table Mountain Casino in association with Roy Englebrecht Events is pleased to announce the return of the "Melee on the Mountain" boxing series, with an IBA world junior welterweight title fight.

California lottery offers top jackpots

California Dreamin’ takes on a new meaning this week as California offers two of the top three jackpots in the nation.

Scientific Games wins California contract

Scientific Games was awarded the contract to provide pari-mutuel wagering equipment and services for the California Horse Racing Industry.

Temecula stands to win big

News Brief: New deals with four casino-operating Indian tribes ratified last month by California legislators give Temecula officials significantly better odds of getting the Pechanga tribe to ante up millions of dollars to offset the impacts of the casino on the city.

Tribe fails to change gaming law

News Brief: The San Manuel Band of Mission Indians failed to win support last week at a legislative conference in its effort to change U.S. law governing Indian casinos.

Tribe challenges casino negotiations

News Brief: The Rincon Indian band is challenging a long-standing practice in which states ask for cash when negotiating with Indian tribes trying to open or expand casinos.

River Rock Entertainment Authority appoints new CFO

The River Rock Entertainment Authority, the operator of the River Rock Casino in Sonoma County, California, today announced that Joseph Callahan has been appointed Chief Financial Officer, effective immediately.

California tribes contribue $1 million to campaign

News Brief: The Pala Tribe and the United Auburn Tribe will contribute $1 million to the first stage of a ballot campaign to overturn expanding multi-billion dollar gambling agreements for four other tribes.

California expansion may got to vote

News Brief: California gaming expansion that will increase the local economy by hundreds of millions of dollars is at risk of being overturned in a proposed February ballot measure sponsored by a labor group and horse tracks.

Spotlight 29 hosts All-Star Poker Challenge

The stars will shine bright in the Coachella Valley this October when Spotlight 29 Casino presents the inaugural All-Star Poker Challenge,

River Rock Entertainment retains advisor

The River Rock Entertainment Authority has retained Libra Securities as advisor to assist the Authority in developing a financing strategy for the construction of a $300 million, 600,000 square-foot destination resort in Alexander Valley.

Pala Casino CEO won't return

News Brief: Jerry Turk, developer and chief executive officer of the Pala Casino Spa and Resort, has decided not to renew his contract, the Pala Band of Mission Indians said Aug. 1.

California county signs deal with casino tribe

News Brief: North County, California, supervisors formally approved a $38 million-plus deal with the Pala Band of Mission Indians on Wednesday.

California man seeking support for state-owned online card room

California resident Anthony Sandstrom received approval this week from the Secretary of State's Office to circulate a petition that would create a state-run online poker room that would work in conjunction with the state's lottery system.

California could be offering online poker

News Brief: California could be in the Internet poker business next year, if a petition drive catches on.

Garden Grove casino in question

News Brief: Garden Grove city officials say they have no idea whether the grand plans of a local Indian tribe to build a casino will ever crystallize.

Labor union target California compacts

News Brief: A labor union hopes California voters will do what the Legislature wouldn't: block the expansion of five Indian casinos in Riverside and San Diego counties.

Normandie Casino launches new jackpot board

DynamicARK, Inc launches a second generation "Jackpot Board" for Normandie Casino in Gardena California.

About us | Editorial Staff | Feedback | Advertising
CASINO CITY NETWORK: Online Casino City | Casino City Times | Poker Zone | RGT Online | Casino City Press | Gaming Directory | iGaming News