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Spotlight 29 brings back summer promotions

Spotlight 29 Casino announces the return of the "Summer of Fun" with an incredible lineup of headliner entertainment.

Decision near for proposed California casino

After four years of fighting, a decision appears close for an Indian tribe seeking to make unincorporated North Richmond home to the urban Bay Area's first Las Vegas-style casino.

'21' wins big at box office

News Brief: Movie-goers laid their money down on '21,' a gambling romp that was the weekend's box-office high roller with a $23.7 million debut.

Elk Valley Rancheria acquires land for casino

On March 18, 2008, the U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs accepted the Elk Valley Rancheria, California’s Martin Ranch property in trust for gaming purposes.

California slots expansion begins

News Brief: Less than two months after California voters approved gambling expansion deals, tribal casinos have installed thousands of new slot machines and are preparing to add more.

County files to block Mechoopda casino

News Brief: The Butte County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to file suit in U.S. District Court in Washington, D.C., in an effort to block approval of the proposed Mechoopda casino.

Battle over California electronic bingo

News Brief: In a dispute that has been quietly simmering for months, Indian casinos and charities are about to square off over the future of electronic bingo in California.

San Diego tribal deal rejected

News Brief: An unprecedented joint casino venture between two San Diego County Indian tribes appears to be dead after federal officials rejected a gambling agreement needed to build the long-stalled project.

Spa Resort Casino offers slot promotion

Spa Resort Casino in Palm Springs is taking some of the sting out of tax-time with its 1040 EZ slot promotion in April.

The world's Top-10 bingo parlors by seat

B-I-N-G-O! It may be a game that you learned as a kid, but in the industry of land-based gaming bingo spells big business. We dipped into the Casino City data to find out where you can find the biggest bingo parlors in the world and the list begins deep in the woods of Connecticut at Foxwoods Resort Casino.

California tribe, county reach deal

News Brief: Sonoma County supervisors and the Pomo Indian tribe running River Rock casino reached a revenue-sharing compromise Tuesday.

California Lottery adds new retail locations

With an eye out for unique retailers to add to the traditional convenience stores where Lottery tickets are sold, the California Lottery has added 1,500 new retail locations in the past year.

Two Paradise Jackpots awarded in a week

The slots are sizzling at Spa Resort Casino in Palm Springs, where two Paradise Jackpots struck exactly a week apart.

Table Mountain Casino launches Magic Money Giveaway

Table Mountain Casino announces the new Magic Money Giveaway offering players the chance to win $300,000 in cash and cars during the months of March and April.

Former exec sues River Rock Casino

News Brief: Former River Rock casino executive Norman Runyan filed a lawsuit last week in Sonoma County Superior Court alleging he was fired unjustly from his $300,000 job.

California tribal casino plan faces arbitration

News Brief: Arbitration is likely the next step in the march toward a second Indian gaming casino in Amador County.

Sonoma County, River Rock Casino close to deal

News Brief: Sonoma County supervisors are on the verge of an historic agreement with River Rock Casino that would funnel $75 million in revenue from the Indian casino to the county over the next 12 years, according to a proposal.

Agua Caliente ad agency wins awards

Caliente Ink, the in-house advertising agency for the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians and its two casino properties took home top honors at the 2008 ADDY Awards.

Eagle Mountain Casino plans to relocate

News Brief: Tule River Indian Tribe and local officials want to relocate the Eagle Mountain Casino closer to Highway 65 near the Porterville Municipal Airport.

Casino tribe funds public bus service

News Brief: Community members living in Woodland, Madison, Esparto, Capay, and Brooks will soon benefit from more than $1 million in bus service improvements funded by the Rumsey Band of Wintun Indians.

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