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California Supporters Out-Raise Foes

News Brief: Developers who want to build a casino in Yuba County contributed $175,000 to support a casino advisory item on the Nov. 8 ballot.

Casino Developer Suspected of Fraud

News Brief: A man who wants to build a casino in Flag City was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of fraud after allegedly trying to access Indian tribe bank accounts.

Black Oak Casino Names New Director

Black Oak Casino is proud to announce the newest Team Member and Director of Hospitality, Edward LaMeire.

Harrah's Rincon to Host World Series of Poker Circuit Event

Harrah's Entertainment, Inc. said a World Series of Poker Circuit stop is scheduled for Harrah's Rincon in Valley Center, California, from February 26 to March 7, 2006.

California Casino Opponents Won't Appeal Ruling

ews Brief: Opponents of a liquor license for the San Manuel Indian Bingo and Casino say they will not appeal a ruling that allows the gambling hall to serve alcohol in their residential neighborhood.

California Tribal Casino Runs into Opposition

News Brief: There won't be a groundbreaking this fall as hoped for a new casino and resort complex the Quechan Tribe intends to develop.

Group Makes Offer for California Card Club

News Brief: A group from Contra Costa County has stepped up to make an offer to buy the 58-year-old bankrupt Garden City Casino's card club.

California Tribal Casino Measure Proposed

News Brief: A county supervisor proposed a measure Thursday to prompt Soboba tribal officials to fund road improvements and police officers to handle the anticipated traffic explosion if the tribe builds a casino near Diamond Valley Lake.

Commerce Casino Debuts Tournament Website

When the players arrive at the Commerce Casino for the California State Poker Championship, they'll be treated to the preview of the Casino's dynamic new interactive website designed to take registration online for all future tournaments.

California Senator Thinks Casino Neighbour Need Vote

News Brief: Off-reservation casinos in the High Desert have an impact on the communities surrounding the cities that the casinos call home, according to California Senator George C. Runner, Jr., who thinks residents of those neighboring communities need to get a vote.

California Developers Threaten Lawsuit

News Brief: A Barstow, California, gaming initiative the city's attorney described as ‘fatally flawed’ was scheduled Monday for a public vote in the June 2006 state primary elections, prompting the developers of a proposed casino project to threaten a lawsuit.

Casinos Expected to Help Outlet Stores

News Brief: Million-dollar Indian casinos are expected to boost customer counts and sagging sales at the two Barstow, California, outlet malls.

Tribe Pays $100 Million for Casino Site

An Indian tribe that abandoned plans to build a casino near San Pablo Bay because of local opposition has paid $100 million for a new 270-acre casino site outside of Rohnert Park.

California Regulators Haven't Addressed Unlimited Wager Issue

The California Attorney General’s office still haven’t resolved a seven year old conflict involving no-limit wagers at a Colma card club.

California Town Fights Limit Change

News Brief: Colma town officials told the state of California this week that Lucky Chances casino and its unlimited table betting is legal, and the casino being reduced to a $200 wagering limit would severely impact town coffers.

California Casinos Receive Support

News Brief: Two-thirds of Barstow area residents support the placement of Indian-owned casinos in the area near the outlets malls, according to a phone survey commissioned by the developers of a project recently approved by the governor.

California Tribal Casino Plans Hit Obstacle

News Brief: The Soboba Band of Luiseno Indians' dreams of opening a second casino on land they won two years ago in a settlement of a decades-old water-rights dispute has run headlong into a swelling statewide backlash against proposals to build casinos away from reservations.

Black Oak Casino Hosts Comedy Competition

Black Oak Casino's will host a regional qualifier for the San Francisco International Stand Up Comedy Competition.

Pechanga Casino Installs Motion Computing PCs

Pechanga Resort & Casino, a AAA four-diamond property in Southern California, has deployed 200 Motion Computing tablet PCs for gaming table management, player tracking and employee training.

Funding for Tribal-Casino Security Falls Through

Coachella Valley and Tulare County won't be getting additional funds anytime soon to hire police officers, buy fire trucks and improve traffic flow and safety around Indian casinos.

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