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Sycuan casino TB alert

ews Brief: East County health officials are advising anyone who spent 120 hours or more in Sycuan Casino's bingo hall between June 1 and Dec. 26 to contact a physician to get tested for possible exposure to tuberculosis.

California tribes continue push for compacts

Tribal representatives for the Los Coyotes Band of Cahuilla and Cupeno Indians and the Big Lagoon Rancheria vowed to continue their efforts to obtain approval of the Barstow gaming compacts.

Casino thief turns herself in

ews Brief: The second of three suspects who allegedly stole nearly $200,000 from Cher-Ae Heights Casino in November was freed on bond Monday after turning herself in Friday.

California can take tribes to court

ews Brief: The Capitol's ongoing political opera involving California Indian gaming, tribal rights and state power is moving through a new arena: the court system.

California card room gets more tables

News Brief: The Manteca City Council fully supported the city's lone card room, granting a request to increase the number of tables at Casino Real on Tuesday.

Augustine Casino GM hired

News Brief: The Augustine Band of Cahuilla Indians has hired a veteran gaming executive, Steven Loyd, to serve as the general manager of its Augustine Casino on the tribal reservation near Coachella, California.


California Indian Gaming Association announces the 12th Annual Western The California Nations Indian Gaming Conference to be held Tuesday January 16th through Thursday January 18th at the Pechanga Resort and Casino in Temecula, California.

California casino opponents appeal ruling

News Brief: The opponents of the proposed Foothill Oaks casino in California on U.S. 50 between Sacramento and South Lake Tahoe have appealed recent court decisions favoring the project.

Man hits $1 million slot jackpot

Dennis Shields won $1,004,038 on the Wheel of Fortune at Thunder Valley Casino in Lincoln, California.

MCAM signs California tribal deal

Money Centers of America has signed a contract to provide its services to a Native American Casino in the Southern California market.

Bicycle Casino hosts children's party

The Bicycle Casino will continue its long-standing philanthropic tradition with it's annual Children's Christmas Party for over 1,700 underprivileged children.

Jamul impact report approved

The Jamul Indian Village has approved a comprehensive Tribal Environmental Impact Statement/Report related to its planned casino-resort to be built entirely on its six-acre reservation.

Thunder Valley Casino donates to food bank

News Brief: Directors of Thunder Valley Casino, led by General Manager Scott Garawitz, are celebrating the holiday season by delivering over 5,000 pounds of food to the Sacramento Food Bank.

Atronic awards million dollar jackpot

tronic's new eMillions Wide Area Progressive awarded over one million dollars to one lucky mom in the early morning hours of December 11th.

Three execs leave Morongo casino

News Brief: Within a two-day span, three top executives for the 27-story Morongo Casino Resort & Spa have left, tribal officials said.

California tribal casino delayed

News Brief: A final environmental report on the fiercely contested Jamul tribal casino project has been delayed more than a month and isn't expected until mid-December at the earliest.

California casino expansion report released

ews Brief: The Draft Tribal Environmental Impact Report, prepared for the Pala Indian band analyzes the tribal casino expansion project's potential effects on traffic, water, public safety and eight other issues of concern, finding all can be mitigated satisfactorily.

Richmond council approves casino contract

News Brief: Richmond city council members last week approved a contract to provide services for a casino planned for unincorporated North Richmond, California.

California tribal casino accepts applicants

News Brief: The new, $20 million Torres Martinez Desert Cahuilla Indians casino is accepting job applications at its hiring fair.

California unions, tribes battle over compacts

News Brief: California’s unions and casino-operating tribes are poised to take up the casino compact struggle again as a new Legislature goes to work in January.

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