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California casino dispute resolved

ews Brief: The Chukchansi tribe has agreed to pay nearly $13 million to settle a bitter dispute with Madera County over the tribe's casino expansion.

Poker Netcast winner crowned

Poker Netcast Heads Up Challenge has crowned a winner and filming has wrapped for the television production.

Fantasy Springs chooses Agilysys system

Fantasy Springs Resort Casino selected its Agilysys Materials Management System to streamline operations, reduce costs and enhance the hotel casino's financial controls.

Inaugural Cory Lidle Memorial Poker Tournament

New York Yankees pitcher Cory Lidle spent countless hours during the past two years planning and hosting poker tournament fundraisers for the Make-A-Wish Foundation before his untimely death on October 11, 2006.

Station unit to buy land for tribal casino

A subsidiary of Station Casinos has reached a settlement agreement to buy 305 acres in central California for development into an American Indian gaming and entertainment site.

California compact bill introduced

egislation to approve the Los Coyotes and Big Lagoon gaming compacts has been introduced at the California capital.

Barstow casino sponsor to be named

News Brief: BarWest Gaming will announce later this week which lawmaker will officially support its plan for its Barstow, California two-casino project.

California casino construction milestone celebrated

News Brief: Travelers along I-10 might have noticed a giant barbecue Wednesday afternoon beneath towering construction cranes at the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians' new $205 million, 15-story hotel near Rancho Mirage.

Suspects indicted in casino theft

ews Brief: Three suspects were indicted Thursday by a federal grand jury on charges that they stole $198,000 during an elaborately planned predawn theft at a Humboldt County Indian casino.

Pauma-Foxwoods casino details released

ews Brief: Consultants for the Pauma Indian band have released new details about a large-scale gambling resort the North County tribe plans to develop with the Connecticut tribe that owns Foxwoods Resort Casino.

LA Poker Classic Ladies Tourney to award winner seats in two tournaments

For any woman who has ever dreamed of a seat in a World Poker Tour event, Commerce Casino has a 'can't miss' opportunity on Saturday, Feb. 3.

Gov. Schwarzenegger pushes compacts

News Brief: Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger is raising the stakes on lawmakers by penciling in $509 million in tribal casino payments into this year's state budget -- money the state will only receive if lawmakers approve the gambling agreements.

Crystal Casino hosts Worlds Heads Up Championship

On February 5th - 8th, 64 of the world's top players will compete in a $10,000 buy-in series of heads-up Texas Hold'em matches in a quest to be crowned the "World Heads Up Champion".

California deal needs sponsors

News Brief: A batch of California gaming deals that would let four Inland tribes operate mega-casinos needs legislative sponsors soon if it is to make it through the Legislature this session, lawmakers said Wednesday.

CNIGA chair addresses gaming conference

CNIGA Chairman Anthony Miranda gave the annual State of the Tribal Nations Address at the 12th Annual Western Indian Gaming Conference.

California tribes gather for WIGC

News Brief: California’s gaming tribes are meeting with state and federal officials to talk about gaming and other key issues.

U.S. Bank Gaming Services, Barona casino sign deal

U.S. Bank Gaming Services has signed an agreement to provide ATM processing services to the Barona Valley Ranch Resort and Casino near San Diego.

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.

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