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Casino buses trigger complaints

In addition to having lines of people waiting for casino-bound buses, some San Francisco neighborhoods are also complaining about noise, trash, and traffic according to...

New casino proposed in Elk Grove

On Jan. 30 The Sacramento Bee reported the Wilton Rancheria tribe has proposed building a casino in Elk Grove next to the site of a half-built shopping mall on Highway...

Chukchansi Casino re-opens

At 10:00 a.m. on New Year’s Eve, Chuk­chansi Gold Resort & Casino was open once again after being closed for over a year amidst controversy and tribal infighting....

M8trix co-owner could lose license

Judge Mary-Margaret Anderson recommended in mid-December that Casino M8trix partner Eric Swallow have his gambling license revoked and suffer a fine of $430,000. Last...

Judge says governor must negotiate with North Fork Rancheria over proposed casino

The North Fork tribe is continuing to pursue their desire to build a 305-acre casino and hotel north of Madera, despite the fact that California voters rejected the...

Gunshot victim gets help at Tachi Palace Casino

At about 7:00 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 4 a man in his late 30s drove up to the Tachi Palace Casino’s main entrance claiming he had been shot. Casino officials called for...

Record Attendance at CGA Annual Meeting

The California Gaming Association, the statewide trade association that represents California cardrooms, held its 2015 annual meeting, tradeshow and golf tournament in...

Chukchansi working toward reopening casino

The Fresno Bee reported that the Picayune Rancheria of Chukchansi Indians elected a new tribal council on Oct. 3 in a full council election. They will now begin to work...

Watsonville cardroom changes hands

In July, the former Ceasar’s Club cardroom in Watsonville, California was sold to an investor group led by Club One Casino owner, Kyle Kirkland. This cardroom has been...

Mortimer’s Card Room closes

Mortimer’s Card Room in Marina abruptly closed its doors for good in late September, much to the surprise of their employees and customers. The Monterey County Weekly...

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