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California Tribes Finalize Agreements

The Los Coyotes Band of Cahuilla and Cupeno Indians and the Big Lagoon Rancheria joined Governor Schwarzenegger today in announcing they have successfully negotiated gaming compacts.

California Gaming Expo Open to Public

A couple guys from Riverside got together and decided to launch the biggest consumer show for gamblers on the West Coast, December 2-4, 2005.

Casino San Pablo Bingo Machines Targeted

News Brief: Assemblywoman Loni Hancock, D-Berkeley, asked California Attorney General Bill Lockyer on Monday to investigate the new video bingo machines at Casino San Pablo, charging that they were nearly identical to slot machines.

Tilly Wins Another Women's Poker Tournament

Actress Jennifer Tilly won the World Poker Tour Ladies Night III tournament at the Bicycle Casino in California.

Nevada Gold Provides River Rock Casino Update

California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control has agreed to adopt the judge's decision and to issue an alcohol license for the River Rock Casino.

Mono Wind Casino Remains Closed

News Brief: The Mono Wind Casino remains closed and faces some tough decisions after a court ruling on Tuesday.

Garden Grove to Study Casino Proposal

News Brief: Garden Grove city leaders at a study session tonight will consider a budget committee's recommendation to pursue a resort and tribal casino along Harbor Boulevard.

California Casino Proposal Rejected

News Brief: Hearing both supportive and opposing viewpoints from the public at its scheduled meeting, the Glenn County Board of Supervisors voted 2-3 not to support the casino proposal from the Grindstone Rancheria of Wintun-Wailaki Indians.

California Commission Allowed Closed Sessions

News Brief: Legislation to give California's gambling commission greater discretion to conduct its business in closed session was sent to the governor yesterday after a final vote in the Senate.

Jamul Tribe Accused of Bluffing

News Brief: Neighbors are incensed over the Jamul Indian band's new plan for a 30-story hotel-casino in their East County community. Some say the real aim is to weaken their opposition to the tribe's former proposal, a hotel-casino of about the same size but built out, not up.

Inside Gaming: Pro Sports, Casino a Good Mix in Connecticut

A selection of news and views from inside the industry this week.

Bicycle Casino Poker Tournament Begins

e Bicycle Casino's Legends of Poker began earlier this month with thousands of tournament players descending on Bell Gardens.

Garden Grove Casino Idea Revisted

News Brief: Las Vegas-style gambling in the heart of Orange County, a longshot possibility previously dismissed as too controversial, is up for reconsideration in Garden Grove as a new source of city revenue.

Pechanga Offers Chance at Ladies' Tournament

The poker room at Pechanga Resort & Casino in Temecula, California is now offering women a chance to win a coveted seat in the Ladies’ Tournament in the 2006 World Series of Poker in Las Vegas.

California Senator Calls for Casino Vote

News Brief: Sen. Dean Florez has introduced what he called emergency legislation to require local public approval for off-reservation casinos, saying it will make Madera County the state's ‘poster child’ for tribal gaming reform.

Jamul Tribe Plans High-Rise Casino

News Brief: Evoking shock and outrage from neighboring residents, Jamul tribal leaders say they intend to build a 30-story hotel-casino on the only land they have: their six-acre reservation.

California Tribe Accepts County, City's Conditions

News Brief: Stockton's California Valley Miwok Tribe will have to shell out cash for an expansion to the local hospital's emergency room, road improvements and services for gambling addicts before it can get an approval from Los Banos and Merced County to build a Westside casino.

Tribe's Proposal to Expand Casino Meets Controversy

Local government officials and Alexander Valley residents are opposing an Indian tribe's proposal to expand their River Rock Casino.

Jewish Group Presents Second Annual Poker Tournament

Jewish Big Brothers Big Sisters of Los Angeles presents their 2nd Annual Poker Tournament on September 29, 2005 at The Hollywood Park Casino.

Commerce Casino Offers $1.5 Million Poker Tournament

Everyone has a shot at winning this coveted $1.5 million event when the 2005 California State Championship hits the tables on Friday, Sept. 23 at Commerce Casino.

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