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Casino Openings & Expansions: Las Vegas welcomes world's largest Hooters at Palms Casino Resort

This week's Casino Openings & Expansions column features the Las Vegas unveiling of the world's largest Hooters restaurant at Palms Casino Resort and a new "modern experience" nightclub at The Palazzo.

Graton Resort & Casino breaks ground on $175 million expansion

The expansion will include a 200-room resort with a spa, a convention space and a pool.

Graton casino breaks ground on hotel

Graton Resort & Casino has broken ground on a six story hotel adding luxury accommodations to its fare.

U.S. tribal casinos see fifth straight year of revenue increases

In fiscal year 2014, U.S. tribal casinos brought in more than $28.5 billion.

Station Casinos upbeat about jobs from new Strip project

The $4 billion Resorts World Las Vegas project is expected to create 30,000 new construction jobs.

Report: Indian gaming revenue hits record $28.3 billion in 2013

The $28.3 billion figure was a 0.5 percent increase over 2012 and a single-year record high.

Station Casinos grew revenue more than 8 percent in fourth-quarter 2013

The casino operator hopes its online gaming component, through its 57 percent ownership in Ultimate Gaming, will soon contribute to the bottom line as well.

NEWave Installs Several Modules of myCompliance Manager Software at Graton Resort & Casino

NEWave installed several modules of myCompliance Manager at the $800 million casino resort including Title 31 Manager, OFAC and TINCheck software.

Graton Resort & Casino opens to the public

Following years of planning, the Graton Resort & Casino officially opened its doors to the public at 9 a.m. today.

Station Casinos, tribal owners open casino near San Francisco

The $800 million Graton Resort and Casino, which is owned by the Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria, is located about 45 minutes north of San Francisco.

Graton Casino Resort set to open this fall

Graton Resort Casino will bring employment, fine dining and a gaming floor to rolling hills of Northern California this fall.

Graton Resort and Casino celebrate arrival of first slot machine

The first slot machine has landed at Graton Resort & Casino.

Graton Resort & Casino offers winning array of acclaimed chefs and restaurants

A hand-picked selection of favorite area restaurants will bring a new level of dining options to Sonoma County when the $800 million Graton Resort & Casino opens late this year.

Casino project with Station Casinos ties approved by California Senate

The compact allows the North Fork Rancheria of Mono Indians, in conjunction with Las Vegas-based Station Casinos, to build a gaming resort north of Fresno, nearly 40 miles from the tribe’s reservation.

Rohnert Park casino will open Nov. 1

Nov. 1, 2013 will see the $800 million Graton Resort & Casino unveiled.

Penn National plans to build Hollywood-brand casino in San Diego

The development, which is expected to break ground later this year, is roughly 20 miles east of downtown San Diego.

Casino foes angered by Rohnert Park agreement

News Brief: An agreement approved Tuesday between Sonoma County supervisors and the Graton Indian tribe indicates the county is parting ways with opponents of the tribe’s Rohnert Park gaming casino.

Rohert Park casino agreement near

News Brief: Sonoma County supervisors and the Graton Indian tribe proposing a Rohnert Park casino are close to an agreement that will prohibit it from building a second casino and puts any other developments under county planning review.

Lawsuit filed against Rohnert Park casino

News Brief: An East Bay attorney filed a federal lawsuit on Friday seeking to prevent a proposed casino from being built in Rohnert Park.

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.

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