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Thunder Valley to start hotel expansion

The United Auburn Indian Community is setting in motion their delayed plans to finish the last three floors of the hotel they opened in 2010 at Thunder Valley Casino...

Sale of Casino M8trix shares delayed

An arbitrator recently ruled that Eric Swallow, co-owner of Casino M8trix in San Jose must give his current partners, Jeanine and Pete Lunardi, an opportunity to make an...

Fantasy sports bill passes Assembly

Two members of a coalition that has been working to create licensed and regulated online poker in California recently sent letters to Assemblyman Adam Gray (D-Merced) in...

Tips can’t be redistributed

The Associated Press recently reported that, “Businesses cannot collect tips given to waiters, casino dealers or other service employees to share with support staff...

Illegal casino busted at Fresno apartments

The Summerset Village Apartments in Fresno was the scene of a recent arrest as two individuals were taken into custody on suspicion of running an illegal gambling...

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...

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