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World Poker Tour, Commerce Casino Media Tournament Begins

Here's your shot to show you have the right the World Poker Tour/Commerce Casino Media Tournament that kicks off 10 days of poker action in Southern California.

Former Mayor Allegedly Ran Illegal Casino

News Brief: Sheriff's deputies found a small casino in an upscale Running Springs home that belongs to the former mayor of Bell, California, who has spent time in prison for an illegal gambling scheme.

CNIGA Develops Guidelines for Compacts

News Brief: The California Nations Indian Gaming Association has been developing guidelines for gambling agreements negotiated between individual tribes and the state.

California Tribal Casino Opens Marketing Office

News Brief: The Barona Valley Ranch Resort & Casino has opened a marketing office in San Gabriel to attract more big gamblers to the public or very private venues of the East County tribal resort.

California Tribal Casino Breaks Ground

News Brief: It will be one of the smallest casinos in San Diego County. But for the tiny La Posta Indian band, yesterday's groundbreaking was a huge milestone.

Commerce Casino Hosts L.A. Poker Classic Championship

Whether you are a veteran poker player, a newcomer wanting to test your wings or a woman who'd like to experience poker in the company of other women players, Commerce Casino is the place to be January 19-24.

Colma May Restore Unlimited Wagering

News Brief: As a first step in its plan to restore unlimited wagering at the city"s lone casino, the Colma City Council will vote Wednesday on whether to hold a citywide election o

California Casino Lawsuit Settled

News Brief: The City of Richmond and the developers who hope to install a Las Vegas-style casino at Point Molate have reached a tentative settlement to a suit filed by environmentalists and supported by the state.

California Study Released at Conference

The first state-wide study of the social and economic impacts of tribal government gaming within California will be released 11 at the Western Indian Gaming Conference in Palm Spri

California Tribes Remit $25.2 Million

News Brief: The five California Indian tribes with gaming compacts amended in 2004 have remitted $25.2 million to the state as their quarterly payment to finance a transportation construction bond.

San Manuel Casino Selects Mariposa System

San Manuel Indian Bingo and Casino has licensed Mariposa, VCAT's customer relationship management, marketing and business intelligence software system.

California Tribe Proceeds with Casino Plans

News Brief: The La Jolla Band of Luiseno Indians is moving ahead with plans to build a casino south of Palomar Mountain, tribal officials said Tuesday.

Pechanga Casino Offers Slot Promotion

News Brief: Pechanga Casino in Temecula is set to make one of their slot club members a millionaire in the first month of 2006.

Schwarzenegger: Tribe Violated Compact

News Brief: Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger contends that recent casino-related construction by the Jamul Indian band violated the tribe's state gambling compact, and he has summoned tribal leaders to Sacramento to talk about it.

California Legislators to Speak at Gaming Conference

A panel of four key California legislators will discuss the outlook for the 2006 legislative session at the Western Indian Gaming Conference in Palm Springs January 11, 2005.

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.

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