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Arizona Casino Proposal Presented

News Brief: Expect a Miracle Inc. is proposing a $7 million casino for the Roth Hill riverfront site, not counting millions more in land-based development.

Arizona Casino Expands

News Brief: Gila River Casinos has broken ground on an $8 million expansion of its Vee Quiva Casino. The expansion will add up to 11,000 square feet and about 300 new parking spaces.

Online Poker a Popular Draw

News Brief: Fresh out of college and armed with a history degree, Scottsdale resident, Greg Powers, makes his living playing online poker. He’s joined the surge in players that are joining the poker bandwagon.

Newlywed Hits Slot Jackpot

A newlywed was Atronic’s latest Penny Parade Progressive Jackpot winner of $145,531.04 at the Desert Diamond Casino.

Casino Arizona Hits Atronic Jackpot

Atronic celebrates the latest Arizona Magic winner on December 11th at Casino Arizona McKellips with a "Jackpot" win of $63,124.91.

Arizona Tribe Votes on Casino Height

News Brief: Voters in the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community will decide today whether to allow a 15-story hotel casino just east of its border with Scottsdale, Arizona.

Arizona Casino Depends on Votes

News Brief: A 15-story hotel casino could rise just east of Scottsdale’s border if voters in the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community approve a change to building height restr

Harrah's Worker is Thankful

News Brief: For the first time in her life, Cherel Bernard, a main banker at Harrah's Ak-Chin Casino, will celebrate Thanksgiving somewhere other than New Orleans.

Casino Arizona Awards Record Poker Jackpot

Tim Armstrong won $250,000, the largest bad beat poker jackpot in Arizona history, at Casino Arizona.

Arizona Tribal Casino Contribution Up

News Brief: Arizona Indian Gaming tribes paid $22.8 million to the state in the past quarter, a 22 percent jump from the $18.7 million contributed the same time last year.

De La Hoya, Casino Plan to Continue Deal

News Brief: Six-time boxing world champion Oscar De La Hoya and Desert Diamond Casino are hoping to continue their boxing card relationship for another year.

Hellmuth Joins TASER Fundraiser

Twenty lucky people will have the opportunity to play poker against the best, Phil Hellmuth, at a poker tournament hosted by the TASER Foundation.

Turf Paradise Opens 50th Season

News Brief: In an area where a 20-year-old shopping mall nearly rates as an historical landmark, Turf Paradise has everything beat. The Phoenix track opens its 50th season of racing today.

Attorney: Tribes, City Need Clear Contract

News Brief: The key to a successful relationship between an Indian-owned casino and a host city is a well-written contract - called a memorandum of understanding, according to an Arizona attorney who specializes in Indian gaming regulations.

Leupp Passed Over for Casino

News Brief: Twin Arrows near Leupp, Arizona, was passed over as a likely location for a successful casino in favor of Cameron, an hour's drive to the north.

Lottery Sales Set Record

A boost in sales this year from Arizona Lottery means millions more for several programs in the state, including ones to build parks, support education and fund social-service programs.

Spirit Mountain Casino Expansion Near Completion

News Brief: Spirit Mountain Casino is completing an expansion which will include a new sports bar and additional gaming space.

Navajo President Vetoes Casino Deal

Navajo Nation President Joe Shirley Jr. has vetoed a memorandum between the Navajo Nation and Hogback Chapter over a casino the chapter wants to build.

Arizona Casinos Want More Poker, Slots

News Brief: More poker games and multistate progressive slot machine games are in the early talking stages among casino executives in Arizona.

Arizona Tribe Battles Over Gambling

News Brief: The battle lines are set this week with powerful forces on the Navajo Nation Council battling President Joe Shirley Jr. over gaming.

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