A bill recently introduced in New Jersey to help casinos recover from COVID-19 has received tentative approval.
Security at the casino slapped the handcuffs on a customer and held her for 90 minutes despite not having done anything wrong.
The largest employer in the city is finally open for business after the COVID-19 shutdown.
The state’s gaming commission orders casinos along the coast to close as Hurricane Sally looks to wallop the area.
New York Governor Cuomo still hasn’t announced when casinos can reopen, but says he’s working on a plan.
Nebraska Secretary of State Evnen removed a gambling vote from November’s ballot despite it having met all requirements.
City leaders continue to postpone Yokohama’s process for competing to be one of the first three gaming hubs in Japan.
The casino will need to remain out of commission for about another week.
The US National Council on Problem Gambling singles out the casino operator for its recently-introduced training program.
The state’s casino industry is almost at the same level it was a year ago, despite active gambling restrictions.