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Sunstone Spa offers grand opening special

Sunstone Spa, part of the newly opened resort at Agua Caliente Casino • Resort • Spa in Rancho Mirage, is offering a grand opening treatment special

Spa Resorts releases June line-up

Spa Resorts Casinos releases the June entertainment at the Cascade Lounge.

Spa Resort Casino GM named

Veteran casino executive and long-time Agua Caliente team member Jeffrey Pepple has been appointed General Manager at Spa Resort Casino in Palm Springs.

Sneak peak at Red Hawk

News Brief: Progress on Red Hawk Casino includes a pretty porte-cochere, a pandemonium of hammered steel and aluminum and plans for the stretch drive.

California charities form alliance

The California Charity Alliance reports its formation to advocate for the use of traditional and technologically advanced forms of bingo as a responsible, legal and consistent funding source for nonprofit charities.

California senate passes casino land bill

News Brief: The California Senate has passed a bill that would prohibit the governor from negotiating gambling compacts with Indian tribes until they have qualified gaming land.

California agreement order on hold

News Brief: A federal judge has put on hold, for now, his order that Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger and North County's Rincon Indian band reach an agreement on a gambling expansion by July.

Ante Up for Africa tournament a success

The Ante Up for Africa celebrity Poker tournament, together with San Manuel's $500,000 donation and the proceeds from the silent auction, were able to raise a significant financial contribution for the Not On Our Watch project.

Spotlight 29 runs Summer of Fun

The Summer of Fun is blazing at Spotlight 29 Casino with the hottest headline acts in the Spotlight Showroom, and the coolest promotions on the casino floor.

Sheriff wants more money for casino enforcement

News Brief: El Dorado County is to receive $500,000 annually for 20 years for law enforcement under a casino pact with the Shingle Springs Band of Miwok Indians but the sheriff says that isn't enough.

Journey band member makes cameo

Journey band member Jonathan Cain will play Journey favorites with the Agua Caliente Casino’s popular house band, Mischief, which is led by Cain’s brother Tommy “Mugs” Cain.

California woos casino tribes

News Brief: Attorney General Jerry Brown is delivering stump speeches and wooing California's newly moneyed tribes as he hints at another run for the state's top job.

Judge sides with California tribes

News Brief: A San Diego federal judge has ruled that California's attempt to have a local Indian gaming tribe ante up money in exchange for more slot machines amounted to an illegal tax.

Viejas Casino gives away Porsche

A San Diego woman’s luck shifted into high gear over the weekend when she won a Porsche Cayman at Viejas Casino.

Fantasy Springs hosts Poker Pro Showdown Throwdown

There was excitement, anticipation and plenty of loud rock music in the Fantasy Springs Resort Casino Poker Room as the air staff at KCLB-FM came out to challenge the best Poker Players in the Coachella Valley at their inaugural “Poker Pro Showdown Throwdown” event.

Study looks at Chumash Casino impact

News Brief: A study prepared by Mark Schniepp of the California Economic Forecast concluded the Chumash Casino Resort generates $366 million in annual sales while creating almost 900 new jobs in the past six years.

Schwarzenegger signs two compacts

News Brief: California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger today announced the signing of two related tribal-state gaming compacts with the North Fork Rancheria of Mono Indians and the Wiyot Tribe.

Inside gaming column: Testimony may leave lasting ache for Sands

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

Report: Casino would lead to gridlock

News Brief: A new report paints an ugly picture of gridlock on roadways from Albany to Marin County if a small Indian tribe wins the rights to build a Las Vegas-style casino in unincorporated North Richmond, California.

California tribes, state duel over security standards

News Brief: A year after negotiations opened with much promise, California Indian tribes and the state's gambling commission appear headed for a landmark legal showdown over security standards for the $8 billion casino industry.

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