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California Woman Wins Penny Slot Jackpot

California resident Nancy Harlan's hopes were answered early Sunday when she won Aristocrat's Millioni$er $500,000 Grand Jackpot at the Bear River Casino.

California Mega Million Ticket Wins Jackpot

One ticket sold in Anaheim, California matched all six numbers in the Tuesday drawing. That ticket is now worth an estimated annuity value of $315 million.

Another Butte County Casino Planned

News Brief: Although significant hurdles still stand in the way, construction of a third Indian casino in Butte County, California, could begin as early as late next year.

Magna to Sell Palm Beach Property

Magna Entertainment Corp. has entered into an agreement under which it will sell approximately 157 acres of its excess real estate located in Palm Beach County, Florida to Toll Bros, Inc.

Casino College Launches New Options

The Casino College, with Casino Schools in Los Angeles, Sacramento, San Francisco, & Merced California, Detroit Michigan, Seattle Washington and the Southeastern US recently launched a unique mix of new training options designed for the time starved student.

Old Pro Tony Grand, 81, Lets the Youngsters Know That the Poker Tournament Grind is Nothing like Television

Now 81 years old, poker pro Tony Grand has been playing the game at a high level of competition for three decades.

California Tribes Make $8 Million Casino Payment

News Brief: Six California Indian tribes who are members of the California Tribal Business Alliance sent $8 million in quarterly payments to the state today.

California Tribe Fights for New Gambling Agreement

News Brief: Frustrated and angry at the Legislature's refusal to approve its new gambling agreement, an Imperial County Indian tribe is preparing to go around California lawmakers for permission to expand its casino.

California Tribal Casino Plans Opposed

News Brief: An Indian tribe wants to build what would be Amador County's second Indian casino, but opponents are lining up against it.

Fight Against Jamul Tribal Casino Continues

News Brief: Leaders of the Jamul Action Committee and county official are continuing their fight against the hotel and casino proposed by the Jamul Indians on six acres of tribal land.

California Indian Gaming Hearing Postponed

Jerome E. Horton, Chairman of the Assembly Governmental Organization Committee, postponed an informational hearing on Indian gaming citing a lack of participation from Governor Schwarzenegger's office as the reason for the cancellation.

California County, Tribe in Casino Talks

News Brief: Talks that start Friday between Amador County and a tiny tribe that wants to build a casino between Valley Springs and Ione are the first under the compact for tribal casinos that Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger signed in 2004.

California County to Review Casino Report

News Brief: Yuba County will be able to review an environmental impact statement for the proposed Enterprise Rancheria hotel-casino before a draft version of the document is released for public comment.

Hollywood Park Helps Cancer Foundation

November 17th, you can bet on finding a cure for cancer by placing a bet at Hollywood Park Casino.

California Tribal Chief Targets Casino Plans

News Brief: The influential leader of the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians is alleging the proposed Hesperia and Barstow casino projects are being built on Serrano ancestral lands, and are examples of ‘reservation shopping’ by casino development companies.

California Tribes Celebrate Casino Compact

News Brief: Representatives of the Big Lagoon Rancheria, Los Coyotes Band, and developer BarWest Gaming, held a celebration in order to commemorate Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger's signing of compacts Sept. 9 with the two tribes.

Charities Hit by California Gaming Crackdown

News Brief: Modesto charities were scrambling this week after the California Department of Justice announced a crackdown on gaming events sponsored by nonprofit agencies.

California Tribe Present $4 Million to County

News Brief: The Rumsey Band of Wintun Indians presented a $4 million check to the Board of Supervisors on Tuesday. The money represented the tribe's annual payment for balancing the effects of its large casino and resort in Brooks.

Pechanga Uses Tablet Computers

News Brief: Pechanga Resort & Casino in Temecula uses 200 tablet computers to track players and save money.

New Survey: Gas Prices Could Hurt Las Vegas Gaming

The Las Vegas gaming industry could be in for a rough ride this fall if gasoline prices pass $3 a gallon in Southern California, a recent survey suggests.

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