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Tribes fear flooded slot market

News Brief: Two wealthy California Indian tribes took the unusual step of joining the fight to overturn lucrative new gambling deals for a group of rivals, arguing that the compacts encourage big gaming tribes to flood their markets with slot machines.

Big Spin contestants win big

This week on The Big Spin show four contestants won a total of $1,190,000.

Peter Frampton performs at Spa Resort Casino

Legendary guitarist and 1970’s heart-throb, Peter Frampton is set to perform live, October 30th, beneath the stars at the Spa Resort Casino concert pavilion in the heart of Downtown Palm Springs.

California tribes fund treatment program

News Brief: North County, California may soon have its first tribal-funded problem gambling treatment program, according to county documents.

California tribe plans $800 million casino resort

News Brief: The Viejas Band of Kumeyaay Indians said yesterday that it plans to build an $800 million casino-hotel resort just east of its existing 2,500-slot casino and outlet mall.

Top players meet at WPT Ladies' Night

Pam Brunson will head to her first World Poker Tour final table on August 31st,where she will face five of poker's finest female pros during WPT Ladies' Night V.

California official tries to get answers

News Brief: Assemblyman Jared Huffman met with staffers of Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger to try to confirm rumors that a Sonoma County Indian tribe is negotiating a compact needed to open a casino near Rohnert Park.

Casiho Pauma lights upset neighbors

News Brief: Searchlights used to promote Casino Pauma have angered tribal neighbors in Pauma Valley.

Spotlight 29 host Christimas Extravaganza

Brian Setzer and his Big Band are set to rock around the Christmas tree on the Spotlight 29 Showroom stage with the 6th Annual Brian Setzer Orchestra Christmas Extravaganza.

California tribal casino plans in limbo

News Brief: The La Jolla Indian band's plans to open a small casino on its remote 9,000-acre reservation are in limbo after the tribe and its business partners couldn't agree on how to proceed.

Spotlight 29 hosts salsa competition

Couples from across Southern California are invited to Spotlight 29 Casino to compete in the 2nd Southern California Salsa Dance Championships.

Growth could lead to competition

News Brief: As tribal gambling grows in California, tribes that once united to legalize Las Vegas-style casinos appear increasingly divided over competing interests in huge profits.

Tribal casino study criticized

News Brief: A study done on the Campo Indian band's proposed casino expansion is being criticized for not including key issues.

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.

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.

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