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San Pablo Lytton Casino to reopen on Tuesday

The California facility will be temporarily non-smoking and alcohol-free at reopening.

San Pablo Lytton Casino to close temporarily

The casino will close at midnight on Tuesday, 17 March until further notice.

Top 10 land-based jackpots of 2019

As the year comes to a close with Christmas and New Year’s Eve approaching, Dan Ippolito take a look at the top 10 land-based jackpots of 2019.

Casino City’s Friday Five: Rebranding and partnership edition

This week, we have another state making progress on legalizing sports wagering, a massive jackpot, an online casino handing out $44,500, a new partnership and the rebranding of an iconic Las Vegas Strip casino.

$923,165 jackpot at San Pablo Lytton Casino

A local resident won big on 5 February, hitting a $923,165 jackpot on Everi Holdings Inc.'s White Hot Diamonds slot at the California casino.

California bill approved

News Brief: A bill by Sen. Dianne Feinstein that would keep a tribe from expanding its San Pablo casino cleared a key committee Thursday in a unanimous vote.

Casino San Pablo battle ends

News Brief: Under compromise legislation, the Lytton Rancheria band of Pomos can continue to operate slot machine bingo games, but they can’t expand their operation nor can they add Las Vegas-style slots and poker machines.

San Pablo Defends Card Room

ews Brief: An East Bay city staunchly defended its tribal card room in a letter sent Tuesday to a U.S. senator who's trying to shut it down, predicting fiscal doom should that happen and offering the tribe's written vow not to expand.

Food Bank Rejects Casino Contribution

News Brief: The band of American Indians who run Casino San Pablo claim an Alameda County food bank rejected its $3,000 contribution this week because of the stormy politics surrounding its expansion proposals.

Casino San Pablo Bingo Machines Targeted

News Brief: Assemblywoman Loni Hancock, D-Berkeley, asked California Attorney General Bill Lockyer on Monday to investigate the new video bingo machines at Casino San Pablo, charging that they were nearly identical to slot machines.

California Casino Turns On Bingo Machines

News Brief: The newly renamed San Pablo Lytton Casino turned on 500 electronic bingo machines Monday morning, thus becoming the Bay Area's first urban casino.

Casino San Pablo Debate Restarts

News Brief: The war over Casino San Pablo revved up again Wednesday as foes claimed the Bay Area should worry just as much about electronic-bingo gaming as it did about true slot machines.

California City Hires More Casino Cops

News Brief: The San Pablo City Council has approved hiring four police officers for crowd and traffic control at an expanded Casino San Pablo.

California Tribe Agrees to Halt Expansion

News Brief: Plans to expand an East Bay card room located less than 10 miles from UC Berkeley halted last week when the Lytton Band of Pomo Indians agreed not to install 2,500 slot machines at Casino San Pablo, after facing heat from state legislators.

Congressman Joins Opposition to Casino Plan

Bay Area Congressman George Miller has pulled an about-face, joining overwhelming community opposition to a plan to convert Casino San Pablo into a huge Indian casino.

California Casino Proponents Shift Focus

News Brief: Rich people in the East Bay hills should ‘keep their patronizing opinions to themselves’ and stop denying working-class people jobs to feed their kids and send them to college, Indian casino proponents said Thursday.

California Tribal Casino in Middle of PR Battle

ews Brief: A high-stakes public relations battle is underway over the expansion of Casino San Pablo, and at the center of it is a tiny city known more for being an exit off busy Interstate 80 than for its media savvy.

Group Lobbies for Smoke-Free Casino

News Brief: The Contra Costa County Tobacco Prevention Coalition decided Thursday to begin lobbying efforts aimed at making the proposed Casino San Pablo development smoke-free.

Tribe Says San Pablo Casino Will Not Be Las Vegas Style

News Brief: A representative for the Lytton Band of Pomo Indians told residents of a San Pablo senior center that the tribe has scaled down the size of its proposed casino and promised that the facility would look nothing like those in Las Vegas.

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