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Inside gaming column: Filmgoers may prefer placing bets themselves

A selection of news and views from inside the industry this week.

California tribe, lawyer battle over casino

News Brief: The Gabrielino tribe and their former lawyer are battling over a casino proposal.

California card rooms offer Thanksgiving events

ews Brief: From Brooks down to San Jose, Bay Area gaming halls offer dozens of poker tournaments and other games that will counteract the effects of that sleep-inducing enzyme tryptophan in the family bird.

Group opposes casino expansion

News Brief: A community group is circulating a petition opposing legislative approval of the Sycuan Indian band's amended gambling compact, which would allow the East County tribe to open a second casino with up to 3,000 slots.

Pomo tribe agreement signed

News Brief: The Richmond City Council approved a 20-year, $335 million services agreement this week with a Pomo Indian tribe that would take effect if a casino is approved in North Richmond.

Lawsuit filed against casino construction

News Brief: A lawsuit seeking to stop construction of additional facilities at Chukchansi Gold Resort and Casino was filed Tuesday in Madera County Superior Court.

Inside gaming column: Las Vegas still luring visitors from L.A.

A selection of news and views from inside the industry this week.

Morongo Tribe gives $100,000 to Riverside County arson reward fund

The Morongo Band of Mission Indians have announced that they will double Riverside County’s original $100,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of the Esperanza fire arsonist.

Jamul tribe moves ahead with casino

ews Brief: The leaders of the Jamul Indian tribe say they're about to evict the oppositionist anti-casino duo and raze their homes to build a long-sought, $200 million casino.

Pechanga band helps firefighters' families

The Pechanga Band of Luiseno Indians today announced a contribution of $50,000 to aid the families of the four fighters who lost their lives in the Esperanza wildfire.

Tribal casinos sell bonds

News Brief: The tribal owner of two Coachella Valley casinos will sell $230 million in bonds on Tuesday to help finance construction of a hotel in Rancho Mirage.

California gaming debate heats up

ews Brief: The two candidates in the tight race to represent California’s Inland area's 80th Assembly District hold significantly different views on tribal gaming, one of the region's signature issues in the Legislature.

Normandie Casino reveals blackjack section

The Normandie Casino drew the curtain on it's newest attraction, a luxurious V.I.P. Blackjack Section.

Bingo ends at Cache Creek Casino

he Cache Creek Casino will get rid of the bingo parlor and events hall at the end of the month to make room for hundreds more slot machines and poker tables.

British man files DOJ complaint regarding Anschutz gifts

International News Brief: The British businessman who complained to Scotland Yard about gifts Denver entrepreneur Phil Anschutz gave Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott has filed a complaint with the U.S. Department of Justice.

Woman wins $2.5 million slot jackpot

News Brief: A San Jacinto woman wagered $100 in a Morongo Casino, Resort & Spa slot machine Wednesday and won more than $2.5 million.

Hawbaker takes day two lead at Festa Al Lago

Amateur Brandie Hawbaker rocketed to the top of the Day Two chip count list thanks to a big Full House and leads Brandon Cantu by $150,000 at the Festa Al Lago Main Event.

Casino issues dominate Barstow politics

News Brief: A wild year in Barstow city politics that featured a successful recall of one councilman, the sudden resignation of another, and a divisive casino measure, wraps up with a crowded City Council race.

California casinos develop emergency regulations

The California Gambling Control Commission and the Tribal-State Regulatory Association report the joint development of a new regulation to protect the physical safety of patrons and staff at Tribal casinos.

Inside Gaming Column: Tribal casinos no match for Las Vegas allure

A selection of news and views from inside the industry this week.

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