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Commerce Casino provides gas price relief

Six times during each Monday through Thursday in July, the Commerce Casino floor managers will drop a $50 gas card into the pot at random poker tables around the property.

Judge rules for charity bingo

A federal judge today enjoined the California Attorney General's office from seizing electronic bingo aids that many charities rely on to stay in existence.

Foghat and Leon Russell at Spotlight 29

Foghat and Leon Russell are live on stage only at Spotlight 29 Casino on July 12.

Spotlight 29 celebrates Father's Day

With an incredible classic rock concert and the "raciest" casino giveaway in the Valley, Spotlight 29 Casino is the place to be for fun this Father's Day Weekend.

Drinks flow at River Rock Casino

News Brief: River Rock Casino finally has a liquor license after more than five years of trying to obtain one.

Agua Caliente, Spa Resort launch June promotions

Agua Caliente Casino • Resort • Spa in Rancho Mirage and Spa Resort Casino in Palm Springs want you to win big in June.

Charities ask for injunction

An emergency request for an injunction filed in federal court Monday seeks to stop the state of California from seizing electronic bingo aids that charities heavily depend on.

Woman wins $1.4 million jackpot at Spa Resort Casino

Retired jeweler wins million-dollar jackpot on a Millionaire 777s progressive slot machine.

Win-River Casino looks to downsize expansion

News Brief: The economic downturn has Win-River Casino looking at downsizing its $90 million expansion.

City council opposes Soboba band's casino plans

News Brief: The San Jacinto City Council is asking the Soboba Band of Luiseño Indians to halt its proposed annexation of hundreds of acres the tribe wants to use to build a hotel and casino complex.

Sycuan's bingo slots raise questions

News Brief: A small change in the way some gambling machines work at the Sycuan casino has attracted the attention of regulators who wonder whether the tribe has skirted the limits on how many slots it can offer.

Alternative California casino site considered

News Brief: A top federal official is having second thoughts about plans for a large casino along Highway 99 near Madera, California, and now wants to study an alternate site in North Fork.

Valley View Casino reports available to public

News Brief: A draft environmental report on a 7,000-square-foot expansion of Valley View Casino in Valley Center is available for the public, county officials announced.

Plymouth torn over casino

News Brief: The tiny town of Plymouth, California, is bitterly divided over an Indian tribe's plans to build a casino with 2,000 slot machines.

New tack urged for California casino measure

News Brief: Former Petaluma City Councilman Mike Healy and other opponents of the proposed Rohnert Park casino are crafting a proposed ballot measure that would ask Gov. Schwarzenegger and the state Legislature to pay close attention to how negative impacts would be mitigated.

Valley View plans more bingo slots

News Brief: The San Pasqual Indian band announced yesterday it is planning to add about 400 bingo-style slot machines to its Valley View Casino in advance of a hotel it is building.

Oak Ridge Boys at Spotlight 29

The Oak Ridge Boys, recent recipients of the Cliffie Stone Pioneer Award, will be coming to Spotlight 29 Casino on June 27.

Oakland airport casino plan officially dead

News Brief: A California tribe's plan for a big casino near Oakland International Airport officially died Monday.

Effects of Rincon ruling uncertain

News Brief: A recent ruling by a federal judge that California can't replenish its coffers by taxing tribal casinos has the gambling world abuzz, but there is little consensus on what effect the decision might have on the ever-expanding industry.

Governor Schwarzenegger wants to double lottery profits

News Brief: Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger calls the California lottery an 'underperforming asset' and want to double lottery profits.

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