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Another slot jackpot awarded at Agua Caliente

This Memorial Day weekend was one to remember for a Rancho Mirage man who took home a huge Paradise Jackpot at Agua Caliente Casino.

Barstow casino deadline approaches

News Brief: A Northern California tribe's troubled bid to build a casino in Barstow will die this week unless Gov. Schwarzenegger and the tribe reach an agreement to extend the bid.

Morongo Casino names new manager

The Morongo Casino, Resort & Spa reports that Sean Sullivan has been named general manager to run the $250 million, 44-acre property.

Agua Caliente rewards locals

Beginning June 4th, local residents can collect free cash play and other gifts from Agua Caliente Casino as part of a new promotion called “We Love Our Locals.”

Lawsuit filed against Richmond casino deal

News Brief: A last-minute lawsuit filed this week alleges the Richmond City Council violated state environmental law by signing a $310.4 million contract to provide services for a North Richmond, California, casino.

Agua Caliente, Spa Resort Casino top magazine poll

Agua Caliente Casino in Rancho Mirage and Spa Resort Casino in Palm Springs are two of the top spots for gaming, entertainment and dining in the Coachella Valley, according to readers of Desert Magazine.

Casino union fight spills into presidential campaign

News Brief: Labor's fight to organize Indian casino workers in California spilled into the presidential campaign.

Win-River plans $90 million expansion

News Brief: Win-River wants to spend $90 million to build a destination resort where its current casino sits in Redding, California.

Garden City outsources jobs

News Brief: The Garden City Casino laid off one-fifth of its workforce this week and hired an outside company to run the restaurant at San Jose's oldest card club lauded by many for its food.

Casino San Pablo battle ends

News Brief: Under compromise legislation, the Lytton Rancheria band of Pomos can continue to operate slot machine bingo games, but they can’t expand their operation nor can they add Las Vegas-style slots and poker machines.

California tribe denied casino appeal

News Brief: Ione Band of Miwok Indian tribe was denied its appeal for a rehearing concerning it's proposed casino location before the California 3rd District Court of Appeal.

California lottery lease could lead to more gambling

News Brief: California may be headed toward leasing its lottery and perhaps tripling sales to about $12 billion a year by adding new technology and expanded gambling.

Spa Resorts player hits jackpot

A guest at Spa Resort Casino didn’t need the 'luck of the Irish' to bring him a big payout on his 'Pot O’ Gold' slot machine; all he needed was Paradise Jackpots.

California casino audit plans revealed

News Brief: Just before the Assembly Governmental Organization committee was briefed on internal controls for Indian casinos, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger unveiled a revised budget proposing expansion of a state unit to audit California's tribal casinos.

California casino tribe gives $200,000

News Brief: Dry Creek Rancheria Band of Pomo Indians, tThe tribe that operates River Rock Casino, has allocated almost $200,000 to two fire departments and the Sonoma County Sheriff's Department.

California committee holds hearing on gaming rules

News Brief: A California assembly committee will hold a hearing concerning the lack of federal oversight concerning tribal casino operating rules.

Schwarzenegger proposed privatized lottery

News Brief: Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger's plan to turn the state lottery over to a private firm could yield about $15 billion but some are skeptical.

California court strikes down compact challenge

News Brief: The California Supreme Court yesterday declined to review or depublish a ruling that non-Indian gambling interests waited too long to challenge compacts granting the tribes a monopoly over casino-type gaming.

California tribe, senator strike deal

News Brief: The Lytton Band of Pomo Indians have agreed to a deal with Sen. Dianne Feinstein to abandon future plans to offer slot machines and build a Las Vegas-size facility at Casino San Pablo.

NIGC chair to address California assembly

National Indian Gaming Commission Chairman, Phil Hogen, is scheduled to appear before the California Assembly, Committee on Governmental Organization.

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