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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.

Chukchansi Gold Resort chooses AccessFlow, Pillar Data Systems

AccessFlow, Inc. has partnered with Pillar Data Systems to provide a storage and server platform to virtualize the production and disaster recovery facilities for Chukchansi Gold Resort & Casino.

Chinese superstars at Spotlight 29

Two of China's most famous stars, Yang Yen and Jimmy Lin, will perform together at Spotlight 29 Casino on April 5.

Foothill Oaks Casino construction finished

News Brief: The Shingle Springs Band of Miwok Indians announced that the final steel beam was placed for the Foothill Oaks Casino last month.

Madera casino hearing set

News Brief: Debate is heating up over a proposed $250 million Indian casino in Madera County, California, and hundreds are expected to show up Wednesday evening for the only public hearing planned on the federal government's study of its effects.

California tribe rethinks casino plan

News Brief: The federal government is forcing the Los Coyotes Band of Cahuilla and Cupeño Indians to rethink its unique business plan.

California casino neighbors support expansion

News Brief: The prospect of living in the shadow of some of the world's largest casinos did nothing to dampen neighbors' support for California's Inland tribal gambling-expansion deals.

Tribal casino grant applications available

News Brief: Applications are available for $1 million in tribal casino grant money for local agencies, schools and nonprofit organizations from the Madera County Community Grant Program.

California tribe behind on payments

News Brief: The Santa Ysabel tribe is more than $400,000 behind on impact fees to the county for its casino near Julian and also owes an undisclosed amount in overdue payments to the California.

Phil Ivey wins L.A. Poker Classic

Phil Ivey scored a resounding victory at Commerce Casino's L.A. Poker Classic and walked away with $1,596,100 -- and a pretty big grin.

Amador deal still on table

News Brief: A deal that would give Amador County ,California, $18 million up front and roughly $8 million a year in return for dropping a lawsuit against a tribal casino planned near Ione is still on the table.

Nuwu casino assessment report released soon

News Brief: An initial draft of the Environmental Assessment report on a proposed casino and RV park development should be released to the public soon, according to a spokesman for the Twentynine Palms Band of Mission Indians.

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