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California Tribe's Casino Plan To Go Before Voters A Native American tribe's plan for a Las Vegas-style casino in the Central Valley nearly 40 miles from its reservation has drawn opposition from other casino-owning tribes in the state.
California Cracks Down On 'Sweepstakes Cafes' Next to a massage parlor, a doughnut shop and a liquor store, more than two dozen people sat inside a darkened business in a strip mall dropping $2 bets on electronic games with names such as "Robin Hood," ''Mr. Millionaire" and "Luck of the Irish" when Sacramento County sheriff's deputies paid a visit.
Keith Brooks & Carmichael Dave Show - March 27th, 2014
Revenue Growth Seen Slowing At Indian Casinos Spending by gamblers slowed at U.S. Indian casinos in 2012, as revenue growth fell behind non-tribal casinos for the first time in nearly two decades, according to a report released Wednesday.
Pair Arrested After Girl, 4, Found Alone In Casino The Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Department says two parents have been arrested after they left their 4-year-old daughter in the car while they gambled.
Internet Cafe Raid Reveals Gambling, Drugs, Booze in West SacramentoOur hidden cameras caught what appeared to be illegal gambling at an Internet cafe, a day before police raided it.
The Grant Napear Show - March 19, 2013
Citing Crime Reports, City Of Rancho Cordova Considers Banning Internet CafesGame over. One city is considering cracking down on Internet cafes over the concern they're being used for illegal Internet gambling.
Former San Diego Mayor Admits To Gambling Away Over $1 BillionFormer San Diego Mayor Maureen O'Connor acknowledged Thursday in federal court that she misappropriated $2 million from her late husband's charitable foundation due to a gambling addiction in which she won more than $1 billion but lost even more over nearly a decade.