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Sacramento City Council approves permit for Elks Tower casino

In April a conditional-use permit for a casino was approved by the Sacramento City Council. The license would come from the now defunct Casino Royale which was located...

Man pulls gun in Chukchansi Casino over spilled coffee

Don Pisano was arrested on May 3 by the Madera County Sheriff’s Office for pulling a loaded handgun out and showing it to a casino employee, telling her he nearly shot...

Elk Grove Casino on “hold”

The project to build an Indian casino in Elk Grove is on hold while Indian gaming policy is under review by the Trump administration. The Sacramento Bee quoted Howard...

Illegal casino busted in Oakland

In January a SWAT team took down an illegal casino in Oakland on Bancroft Avenue, arresting 20 people (mostly for probation violations and drug possession). In addition...

Feds take Elk Grove land into trust for Wilton tribe

In February the U.S. Department of the Interior took the 36 acres that the Wilton tribe bought into a trust that makes the property tribal sovereign ground. They intend...

Couple arrested at Graton Casino

A man and woman from the East Bay were arrested in January at the Graton Casino in Rohnert Park. Casino security became suspicious when they saw the man tightening bolts...

Savage honored at American Poker Awards

The third annual American Poker Awards were held Feb. 24, 2017 at the Sofitel Hotel in Beverly Hills, honoring the games brightest stars, breakout players and standout...

Garlic City gets new location

By Raymond T. Akers Nearly 10 years in the making, Garlic City Casino in Gilroy is expanding to a bigger and better location opening soon near the outlet malls just off...

Former leaders of Rolling Hills Casino indicted for embezzlement

A federal grand jury in Sacramento alleges in a 69-count indictment that three former officials of the Rolling Hills Casino in Corning embezzled over $6 million from the...

Lawsuits filed against Madera County by former Chukchansi tribal police

Claiming malicious prosecution, false arrests, arrests without probable cause, excessive bail, emotional distress, and economic losses, nine of 10 tribal officers filed...

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