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California Impact Report Released

ews Brief: A new economic-impact report commissioned by an Indian consortium says tribal gaming has brought tens-of-thousands of jobs and more than $4 billion in revenues to Riverside and San Bernardino counties.

Councilmen Indicted for Alleged Bribes

News Brief: A federal grand jury indicted Colma City Councilman Philip Lum Jr. Tuesday for allegedly taking gifts from the owner of the Lucky Chances Casino and then voting on matters that benefited the cardroom.

Southern California Gaming Guide Releases Poll Results

The Southern California Gaming Guide announced today the 2006 Best of Southern California Gaming Reader's Choice Awards.

California Tribe Signs Payment Deal

The Shingle Springs Band of Miwok Indians has signed an Intergovernmental Agreement with El Dorado County that will provide the County with at least $87 million in payments over 20 years.

Magna, Caruso Team Up for Santa Anita Park Project

Magna Entertainment Corp. and Caruso Affiliated reports that certain MEC affiliates have entered into definitive operating agreements with certain Caruso affiliates regarding the proposed development of undeveloped lands surrounding Santa Anita Park

Cache Creek Casino Names New Chairman

The board of directors of the Cache Creek Casino Resort announced today that Marshall McKay has been appointed as its new chairman.

Poker Tournament Raises $70,000 for Charity

Jewish Big Brothers Big Sisters of Los Angeles hosted their 3rd Annual Poker Tournament on September 7th at the Hollywood Park Casino and generated almost $70,000 for mentoring programs.

Get The Holidays Started With $50,000 Up For Grabs

The Pechanga Poker Room offers a respite from the hustle and bustle of the approaching weeks with the 'Novemberfest 2006 Poker Tournament.'

Fantasy Springs Holds Job Fair

News Brief: Fantasy Springs Resort Casino is hosting a job fair from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., Monday, Sept. 25.

California Summit Discusses Casino Issues

ews Brief: Members of a five-person panel discussion at the Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce-sponsored summit expressed concern about issues from traffic to Indian gaming.

Progressive Slots Link Casinos

News Brief: In most parts of California, mention the word progressive and people start thinking politics. In the world of gambling, however, a progressive means something much different: a slot machine with the potential to win you millions.

Barstow Casino Report Released

News Brief: A scoping report that summarizes the environmental and other issues to be faced before a proposed Barstow, California, casino hotel could be built here has been released to the public.

Morongo Casino Hosts Travel Convention

More than 200 of the world's leading travel writers will convene next year at the 44-acre, $250 million Morongo Casino, Resort & Spa located near Palm Springs, California.

Jamul Tribe to Hear from Public

ews Brief: Tomorrow evening, Jamul residents can state their concerns at a public workshop to discuss the controversial project's Tribal Environmental Impact Statement, which was issued Aug. 25.

California Legislature May Reconvene Over Slots Pact

News Brief: The Legislature may reconvene to address Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's pacts with Indian casinos for nearly 20,000 new slot machines, which would create mega-casinos overshadowing Las Vegas offerings.

California Tribe Responds to Concerns

News Brief: The Chukchansi Indian tribe is responding to concerns from Madera County over their casino and resort expansion plans.

Is Rail the Solution for Gridlock?

A heavy rail line bringing tourists in from Southern California and elsewhere will have to be a part of the solution to growing traffic problems along the Strip resort corridor, experts agree.

Barstow Casino Compact Must Wait

News Brief; On Thursday, the state Legislature closed shop until January without passing legislation to approve a gaming compact that would bring an Indian casino-resort here.

California Tribal Expansions Off this Year

News Brief: Deals reached by California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger allowing several of the state's Indian tribes to operate thousands more slot machines will not go before the state legislature until next year's session, legislative leaders said on Thursday.

Pelton wins 2006 WPT Legends of Poker Title

Young professional poker player Joe Pelton wins $1.5 million in the 2006 WPT Legends of Poker Main Event.

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