Man Loses Jackpot After Friend Hits Button At CasinoA friendship goes sour over a casino rule that most never even consider.
Sale Of Ex-Trump Taj Mahal Casino To Hard Rock Is Finalized It's official: Atlantic City's former Trump Taj Mahal casino now belongs to Hard Rock International.
Board: Pennsylvania Casino Served Player 27 Drinks In 9 HoursThe Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board has fined a casino $25,000 for serving a gambler 27 drinks in a nine-hour period.
NJ Seizes $69K In Unclaimed Atlantic City Casino JackpotsNew Jersey gambling regulators have seized more than $69,000 in unclaimed jackpots won by gamblers at three casinos who couldn't prove they were old enough to gamble legally, or who left the premises without cashing in.
Man Who Beat Girlfriend At Casino Sues Over Excessive DrinksNicholas Mullins, 31, is still on probation for the January 2012 assault.
'It's A Shame It's Come To This' Trump Taj Mahal Closes Its Doors Another one bites the dust in Atlantic City.
Zeoli Show Log 10.04.16Rich discussed the critique over his taxes, Hurricane Matthew, and the Vice Presidential debate. He also discussed the October surprise from Julian Assange, Kim Kardashian being robbed in Paris and Leonardo DiCaprio's take on global warning. Rich spoke with Gov. Ed Rendell at 4:30pm.
Battle Over Casino Expansion In North Jersey Getting SeriousThe campaign for and against the idea is likely to be long and expensive.
Gamblers Cross Taj Mahal Picket Lines; Union Warns Of Mice"If you like mice and roaches, stay at the Taj Mahal! If you like casinos that care about their workers, stay anywhere else!"
PA House Approves Internet Gaming AmendmentThe House Wednesday considered amendments to a bill that would legalize and regulate daily fantasy sports wagering.
North Jersey Casino Supporter Reconsiders Position After Tour Of ACA major supporter of a referendum to allow for casinos in northern New Jersey is having second thoughts, at least when it comes to his town.
PA Supreme Court Questions Ownership Of New Philly Casino LicenseeDoug Harbach, spokesman for the Gaming Control Board, says he does not see the ruling as a major roadblock.