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California Tribal Casino in Middle of PR Battle

ews Brief: A high-stakes public relations battle is underway over the expansion of Casino San Pablo, and at the center of it is a tiny city known more for being an exit off busy Interstate 80 than for its media savvy.

California Casino Plans Threaten Bird Sanctuary

ews Brief: The Lower Lake Rancheria Koi Nation Indian tribe wants to build the casino and a seven-story hotel/spa complex on a 35-acre parking lot abutting a restored wetland.

Black Oak Casino Launches Designated Driver Program

Black Oak Casino and the Tuolumne Band of Me-Wuk Indians have partnered with the California Highway Patrol to launch a designated driver program.

Hollister Casino Supporters Speak Out

News Brief: They may not be quite as vocal as their anti-casino counterparts, but there are Hollister residents who support the proposed Miwok casino and believe it will bring jobs, entertainment and economic stability to Hollister.

Inside Gaming Column: California Gamin' All About Suckers

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

California Official Wants Casino Development Halted

ews Brief: Frank Egger has drafted a ballot measure that would temporarily halt casino development and establish a more powerful state gambling commission.

California to Join Mega Millions Lottery

News Brief: As soon as this summer, California will join 11 other states in the Mega Millions lottery.

Oakland Airport Casino Plans Met with Criticism

News Brief: A California tribe’s plans to build a major casino next to an environmentally sensitive stretch of shoreline near Oakland International Airport has been met with resistance from local residents and environmentalists.

Fantasy Springs Reveals Plans

News Brief: A $200 million expansion and the first Native-American-owned Starbucks are only the beginning of an Indio Empire for Fantasy Springs Resort, a top executive vowed last week.

California Tribal Casino Officially Unveiled

News Brief: Saturday was the grand opening of the 240,000-square-foot, Las Vegas-style Gold County casino and hotel, all of which employ roughly 700 full and part-time employees.

Inside Gaming: Las Vegas? You Can't Drive There From Here

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

Poker Champ Launches Company

World Series of Poker champion, Chris Moneymaker is now launching Moneymaker Gaming.

California Casino Changes Name

News Brief: The tribal owner of the Trump 29 Casino the new name for its gaming complex in Coachella, ending its three-year relationship with the Trump organization.

Bicycle Casino Launches 'Live at the Bike'

The Bicycle Casino is launching its new program, ‘Live at the Bike’, where a variety of games will be streamed from its casino floors onto its website.

California Tribal Casino Buyout Ahead of Schedule

The Twenty-Nine Palms Band of Mission Indians has successfully met goals set by the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act and has completed a planned buyout of Trump Casinos' management contract months ahead of schedule.

VCAT, Buena Vista Rancheria of Me-Wuk Indians Sign Agreement

Venture Catalyst Incorporated has entered into a Business Advisory Agreement with the Buena Vista Rancheria of Me-Wuk Indians.

Group Lobbies for Smoke-Free Casino

News Brief: The Contra Costa County Tobacco Prevention Coalition decided Thursday to begin lobbying efforts aimed at making the proposed Casino San Pablo development smoke-free.

Indian Casino Association Chairman Calls for Truce

News Brief: In a speech billed as the ‘State of Tribal Nations,’ the chairman of California Nations Indian Gaming Association called for casino-owning tribes to settle their differences.

Stars Help Launch San Manuel Indian Casino

Rod Stewart, and funnyman Cedric the Entertainer, will kick off a weekend of festivities surrounding the grand opening of the new San Manuel Indian Bingo and Casino.

Former Thunder Valley Casino Employees File Civil Suit

News Brief: Seven former employees of Thunder Valley Casino have filed a civil suit alleging sexual harassment, age and sex discrimination and wrongful termination.

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