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Las Vegas part of L.A.'s bid for 2016 Olympics

The Olympic dream could reach as far as the Nevada desert if Los Angeles is successful in its bid for the 2016 summer games.

Jamul downsizes casino plans

ews Brief: The Jamul Indian Village has downsized its expectations for an East County casino and cut off talks with the state of California over a gambling pact.

Agua Caliente, Rancho Mirage sign deal

News Brief: The Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians and the city of Rancho Mirage signed documents Thursday that would place the tribe's $205 million hotel and its casino within the boundaries of the city.

River Rock Casino offers tax season promo

River Rock casino will be celebrating the end of tax season with the Tax Cash Giveaway, Monday, April 2, through Monday, April 16.

California casino may face more obstacles

News Brief: Federal regulators are signalling a change in climate for off-reservation casinos that could make it much tougher to build a proposed gambling facility south of Petaluma, California.

Paradise Jackpot hit again

For the third time in as many weeks, Paradise Jackpots has struck again, this time making a winner out of a Cathedral City man at Spa Resort Casino.

Spa Resort Casino welcomes back director

The Spa Resort Casino is pleased to announce the return of Bill Duke as Director of Table Games.

Rainbow ends in pot o' riches at River Rock Casino

For many local players, the fabled pot of gold could be found at River Rock Casino where slot payouts totaled almost $215,000.

Morongo Casino venue revamped again

News Brief: The 1,200-seat venue at the Morongo Casino, Resort and Spa is about to experience its third iteration in as many years.

Hesperia casino lawsuit returns to court

ews Brief: An appeal in a lawsuit filed by a Hesperia anti-casino citizens' group will be heard Friday in San Diego at the 4th District Court of Appeals.

Groundbreaking for Spotlight 29 Casino

The Twenty-Nine Palms Band of Mission Indians will break ground for the Spotlight 29 Casino in Coachella, California.

Paradise Jackpots winner takes home over $90,000 at Agua Caliente Casino

A man from Yucca Valley is $91,122.51 richer tonight after hitting the Paradise Jackpot on a nickel slot machine at Agua Caliente Casino in Rancho Mirage.

Tribe proposes deal to help medical center

ews Brief: The California tribe planning a casino next to Rohnert Park is proposing to spend millions of dollars to help keep Sutter Medical Center open beyond its scheduled close at the end of the year.

Table Mountain casino hosts WSOP

Poker was the name of the game as players gathered at Table Mountain Casino to participate in its first 2007 World Series of Poker circuit tournament on Monday, March 5th.

Home demolished for casino

News Brief: The homes of three evicted Jamul Indian Reservation residents were demolished yesterday to make way for a casino, despite an earlier promise from a tribal official to hold off on the destruction.

Learn Texas Hold 'Em for free at Spa Resort Casino

Beginning this month, Spa Resort Casino in Palm Springs is offering free lessons on the hottest poker game around: Texas Hold ‘Em.

California schools hit by lottery money slump

News Brief: California’s education budget could lose more than $100 million dollars because of slumping California State Lottery sales, according to state officials.

Winner takes home over $80,000 in first big Paradise Jackpot

It was the night owl who took home the cash overnight as the very first Paradise Jackpot winner at Spa Resort Casino in Palm Springs.

Contra Costa officials respond to missing file

Contra Costa County officials are pulling back their preliminary final environmental impact statement regarding a proposed tribal casino due to missing pages.

Judge: Gambling debts unenforceable

News Brief: A Daly City couple who allegedly wrote $43,000 in bad checks to casinos in California and Nevada got bailed out Monday by a judge, who said gambling debts are unenforceable in California courts.

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