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Bicycle Casino Host Children's Christmas Party

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

Lawsuit Filed Against California Casino Initiative

News Brief: A new local citizen group, assisted by the attorney representing one of the tribes proposing a casino in Barstow, California, is filing suit to block a casino-related initiative.

California Tribe Overcomes Final Hurdle

News Brief: After 12 years of effort, the Chemehuevi Indian tribe has overcome its final local hurdle to build and operate a proposed $186 million casino resort.

California Official Clarifies Comments

News Brief: Tehama County Chief Administrator Bill Goodwin on Tuesday clarified comments that he made last week during a board of supervisors meeting about a $750 Rolling Hills Cas

California Casino Study Results Revealed

ews Brief: A nine-month study of a casino's potential impacts on Plymouth's infrastructure came to a rough end number last Thursday when a consultant said the toll on the city of 1,050 people could run as high as $13.4 million.

California City Considers Lawsuit Against Ordinance

News Brief: The Colma City Council will review an ordinance to mandate $200 betting limits, but the council will also consider a possible lawsuit to overturn the gambling division’s ruling, which city officials fear will cost it 15 percent of its annual revenues.

Barstow Goes Forward with Casino Plans

News Brief: Barstow City Council's direct involvement in the negotiations of two off-reservation casino projects involving three Indian tribes scattered across California is nearin

California Tribe Suspends Talks

News Brief: On the urging of the Governor Schwarzenegger’s legal aides, the Buena Vista Band of Me-Wuk Indians this week suspended discussions with Amador County officials on the environmental effects of a proposed $200 million casino.

Viejas Agree to Pay for Casino Impacts

News Brief: The Viejas Indian band is formally agreeing to pay the county more than $1.2 million to address impacts of a planned casino expansion on the tribe's East County reservation.

New Casino Plans Approved For Viejas Reservation

News Brief: The county board of supervisors Tuesday approved a plan to build a second casino on an Indian reservation east of San Diego.

Casino Developer Expense Account Leaked

News Brief: Hesperia Mayor Jim Lindley is one of several Hesperians listed as receiving funds from the Rinaldo Corporation, the Chicago-based company attempting to develop a casino in Hesperia.

Judge Delves into California Mega Million Case

News Brief: A judge grilled attorneys defending California's entrance into Mega Millions lotto last June, saying some arguments for the Schwarzenegger administration move were un

Global Payments Signs Agreement with Barona Valley Ranch

Global Payments Inc. reports an agreement to provide Barona Valley Ranch Resort & Casino with its VIP LightSpeed suite of cash access products and services.

Charity Bingo Numbers Down.

News Brief: Charity bingo operations’ flow of revenue have shrunk in recent years, a fate shared by many charities around California.

Tribes Face Scrutiny Over Land Decisions

Both Bush and Schwarzenegger administrations have started to take a harder line on high-stakes Indian land decisions, which carry broad, long-term implications for tribes and adjoining communities.

Food Bank Rejects Casino Contribution

News Brief: The band of American Indians who run Casino San Pablo claim an Alameda County food bank rejected its $3,000 contribution this week because of the stormy politics surrounding its expansion proposals.

California Casinos Target Asian-Americans

News Brief: California tribal casinos are trying to attract even more business by targeting particular ethnic groups when marketing their casinos, starting with Asian-Americans.

Chukchansi Casino Expansion Plans Set for 2006

The Chukchansi Economic Development Authority has completed the refinancing of its outstanding debt, setting the stage for a proposed expansion of the premier Chukchansi Gold Resort & Casino.

California Gaming Tribes Share $200 Million

Checks, drawn from more than $200 million deposited by California gaming tribes, were sent yesterday to eligible tribes throughout the state.

Casino Exec Leaves Fantasy Springs Team

News Brief: James H. McKennon, a veteran of Las Vegas who helped guide development and operations of the $200 million Fantasy Springs Resort Casino & Special Events Center, has joined the list of top-level executives asked to depart by the Cabazon Band of Mission Indians.

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