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Thunder Valley Casino expansion planned

News Brief: The United Auburn Indian Community announced its planned expansion of Thunder Valley Casino near Lincoln, California, that is set to include a five-star, 23-level hotel, performing arts center and more gaming space.

Win pushes Paradise Jackpot payout to over $1,000,000

A woman from Palm Springs has become the latest winner of a Paradise Jackpot at Spa Resort Casino, pushing the total amount paid out with the progressive slot promotion to over $1,000,000.

Spotlight 29 hosts ladies only tournament

Registration is available now for Spotlight 29 Casino's first Ladies Only Poker Tournament.

California casino deals draw opposition

News Brief: Casino workers and labor leaders plan to rally on the steps of the State Capitol today to call attention to the pending Indian gaming deals before the California legislature.

Reno resorts brace for California tribal casino's expansion

News Brief: A Sacramento-area tribal casino's expansion plans will force Reno resorts to step up their games to compete for the coveted California market, local gambling industry officials said.

Many expected to benefit from California casino

News Brief: The Quechan Casino Resort is expected to benefit the Quechan tribe, the local community and neighboring counties.

California tribe in talks with city

News Brief: Garden Grove ity officials are in talks with members of the Gabrielino-Tongva Indian tribe about building a casino resort.

California tribe loses legal battle

News Brief: A federal appeals court has refused to revisit a decision by a three-judge panel involving the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians that could have broad implications for tribal sovereignty and labor relations.

Feather Falls Casino opens

News Brief: About 150 people attended the ribbon cutting ceremony in front of the new Lodge at Feather Falls Casino, Monday.

Local raise concerns over Cache Creek casino

News Brief: Some county officials and Capay Valley residents have raised concerns regarding the planned expansion of the Cache Creek Casino Resort unveiled earlier this week.

Navy vet wins $3.2 million slot jackpot

News Brief: A 76-year-old Navy veteran won $3.2 million playing a penny slot machine at Casino Pauma on Monday.

California tribes sues over slots

News Brief: The Cachil Dehe Band of Wintun Indians is suing the California Gambling Control Commission to have multiscreen gaming terminals declared single, not as multiple, machines,

Spa Resort Casino designs revealed

News Brief: Early designs for a 400-room, 10-story hotel to replace the Spa Resort Casino Hotel in Palm Springs were displayed Tuesday morning for downtown merchants.

Poll: California locals divided over tribal casinos

News Brief: California residents are divided over allowing more slot machines in nearby tribal casinos, a new poll shows.

California tribal leaders continue compact campaign

News Brief: California tribal leaders seeking approval of revised gambling compacts returned Monday to the Capitol, where they met with Assembly Speaker Fabian Núñez.

Another Cache Creek Casino expansion planned

News Brief: Another expansion of the Cache Creek Casino Resort is planned by the Rumsey Band of Wintun Indians.

Morongo Casino GM named

News Brief: Sean Sullivan is the new general manager of Morongo Casino, Resort & Spa.

CNIGA applauds tribal casino investigation

The California Nations Indian Gaming Association would like to extend our thanks and congratulations to the Morongo, Sycuan, Barona and Rumsey tribal gaming commissions for working with the federal government to investigate and uncover a specific criminal activity ring targeting tribal casinos.

California lawmakers want casino vote

News Brief: California Assembly Republicans want Assembly Speaker to schedule a vote on legislation allowing five tribes, including the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians, to expand their casinos.

Barstow casino compact extended

News Brief: Fespite the expiration of a federal deadline for the offreservation casino project in Barstow, an agreement reached between the Big Lagoon Rancheria and Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger will prolong the life of the compact for more than three months.

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