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Voters may decide tribal casinos' fate

News Brief: Voters may get a chance in February to decide whether the Pechanga Resort & Casino near Temecula and three other Southern California Indian casinos should get any bigger.

$60 million Mega Millions jackpot winner steps forward

After a highly publicized search, Zorina Kroop, a local business owner from Studio City, has come forward as the lucky winner of the $60 Million Mega Millions jackpot drawn on Friday, September 21, 2007.

California bill approved

News Brief: A bill by Sen. Dianne Feinstein that would keep a tribe from expanding its San Pablo casino cleared a key committee Thursday in a unanimous vote.

San Manuel deal signed

News Brief: Gov. Schwarzenegger signed a gambling agreement with the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians on Tuesday, then sent it to the federal government for final approval.

Unlikely alliance between California gaming tribes

News Brief: The Pala Band of Mission Indians and the United Auburn Indian Communit have joined forces in an effort to repeal four new compacts ratified by the Legislature earlier this year.

$60 million jackpot still unclaimed

The holder of the only winning Mega Millions ticket in the nation has not yet come forward to claim the $60 million jackpot.

Palm Springs wants talks with governor

News Brief: The Palm Springs City Council has voted to support Mayor Ron Oden's request to send a letter to Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger to meet and discuss the impact of the tribal gaming Special Distribution Funds.

Casino robbery suspects plea guilty

News Brief: Suspects in the robbery of nearly $200,000 from Cher-Ae Heights Casino face several years in prison at their November sentencings after recently pleading guilty to a handful of counts.

Spotlight 29 hosts poker event

Excitement continues to build, and so does the list of celebrities joining the inaugural All-Star Poker Challenge at Spotlight 29 Casino.

Barstow casino deals expire

News Brief: Blocked by powerful tribal opponents, gambling agreements that authorized the Los Coyotes band of San Diego County and another tribe to build large, off-reservation casinos in Barstow have expired.

Pauma neighbors oppose development

News Brief: The Pauma Band of Mission Indians' plans to replace its temporary, tented gambling establishment with a $300 million casino and hotel resort have set off a wave of opposition from the rural area's residents.

Black Oak Casino installs PokerPro tables

PokerTek announces the installation of four PokerPro tables at the Black Oak Casino in Tuolumne, CA.

Dresner Corporate Services, Foothill Oaks Casino sign deal

Dresner Corporate Services, Inc. has been retained by the Shingle Springs Tribal Gaming Authority to provide public relations support for the Foothill Oaks Casino.

Agua Caliente Band launch recycling program

The Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians and its casino properties, Spa Resort Casino and Agua Caliente Casino, have launched a recycling program that will not only benefit the environment, but also a local animal shelter.

Valley View Casino adds hotel

News Brief: The Valley View Casino is planning to continue its expansion with a boutique hotel designed to cater to well-heeled gamblers.

Barstow casino compacts may expire

News Brief: The California Senate adjourned for the 2007 legislative session and failed to approve the agreements necessary for the Big Lagoon Rancheria and Los Coyotes Indian tribes to build a casino in Barstow.

Garden Grove rejects casino proposal

News Brief: The Garden Grove City Council voted unanimously late Tuesday to kill a casino proposal that promised $70 million in annual tax revenue and college scholarships to every high school graduate.

San Diego group explores tribal gaming

The San Diego Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America will explore the growth of tribal gaming during a luncheon on Tuesday, Sept. .18, 2007 at Napa Valley Grille atop Horton Plaza.

Woman claims $93 million Superlotto jackpot

After a highly publicized search, Judy Taylor, an executive assistant from Alameda, has finally come forward as the lucky winner of the $93 Million SuperLOTTO Plus jackpot.

Contractor named for Foothills Oaks casino

Rudolph and Sletten, Inc. announced today that it has been named General Contractor for the $200 million Foothill Oaks Casino in Placerville, California.

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