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Casino Builders Receive Payment

News Brief: Final payments were mailed last week to subcontractors who built the Chukchansi Gold Resort & Casino near Coarsegold, casino officials said Tuesday.

Cops Added to Casino Beat

News Brief: Residents around San Manuel Indian Bingo and Casino soon will have more police patrols.

California on Verge of Gambling Expansion

News Brief: The Schwarzenegger-negotiated settlement with casino tribes made early progress but may be falling apart as tribes peel off to back an initiative pushed by the Agua Caliente tribe that would provide much less revenue to the state.

California Gambling Expansion Battle Builds

News Brief: More than six months before election day, racetrack and card club owners are already fighting with Indian tribes over who will feed California’s appetite for slot machines.

Casino Embezzler Faces 1-10 Years

News Brief: A former Stateline casino pit boss has pleaded guilty to embezzling more than $1 million from Harveys Resort Casino.

San Diego Campaign Targets Las Vegas

San Diego tourism officials hope to make waves in the desert this summer through their largest-ever media blitz encouraging Southern Nevadans to vacation in the Pacific resort town.

California Bill Gives Local Communities a Voice

News Brief: A North Coast lawmaker is crafting legislation designed to ensure that local governments have the opportunity to negotiate concessions from Indian tribes seeking to build casinos.

America West Airlines Launches New Las Vegas Service

America West Airlines initiated new service today between its Las Vegas hub and Burbank, California.

California Agencies: Compacts Need Teeth

News Brief: As Governor Schwarzenegger negotiates new casino compacts with tribes, local officials around the state are hoping the new agreements will come with the legal tools and political will to make them enforceable.

California Courts Urged to Keep Slots Off Ballot

News Brief: Legislative leaders have urged the California Supreme Court to keep off the ballot a proposed initiative that threatens the tribes' state monopoly on Nevada-style casinos.

Palm Springs Tribe Joins Effort to Block Initiative

News Brief: A day after five tribes sued to head off a proposed ballot initiative that could break their state monopoly on slot machines, a Palm Springs tribe that owns two casinos also filed a suit to block the measure.

California Casino Neighbors Band Together

News Brief: Neighbors of the San Manuel casino in the San Bernardino foothills are banding together with communities statewide to urge elected officials to more closely regulate what types of projects tribes can build.

California Tribes Sue to Stop Gambling Initiative

News Brief: Indian tribes that own casinos filed a suit Tuesday, urging that the California Supreme Court thwart a proposed ballot initiative that threatens the tribes' state monopoly on slot machines.

California Tribes Launch Campaign

News Brief: California casino tribes launched a campaign to pressure Los Angeles County’s Sheriff Lee Baca to abandon a proposed initiative that would threaten their monopoly on Nevada-style gambling.

Tribal Leader: Casinos are New Stereotype

News Brief: The financial success of their casinos hasn't ended California American Indians' traditional presence in the media as stereotypes, a San Diego County tribal chairman said Tuesday.

California Slot Proposals Whittled Down to Two

News Brief: California’s race for slots has been whittled down to two gambling proposals.

Trump Beats Chicken

While visiting the Trump 29 Casino in California, Donald Trump beat one of the Apprentice Chickens who are trained to play tic-tac-toe as a promotional gimmick.

Courts Reject California Casino Case

News Brief: The U.S. Supreme Court has refused without comment to consider a Placer County citizens group's challenge of Thunder Valley Casino.

High Court Won't Hear Thunder Valley Case

News Brief: The U.S. Supreme Court has refused without comment to consider a Placer County citizens group's challenge of Thunder Valley Casino.

Former San Francisco Mayor Lobbying for Casino

News Brief: Former San Francisco mayor, Willie Brown, has been hired by the Los Coyotes Band of Cahuilla and Cupeo Indians of San Diego County and Detroit-based development company BarWest to lobby for a casino.

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