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Four Winds Casinos in Michigan and Indiana to reopen Monday

The Pokagon Gaming Authority has approved Four Winds Casinos’ reopening plans, clearing way for the gambling and entertainment properties to resume operations as soon as early next week.

Four Winds owns and operates four gambling properties in the region, including the Winds Casino Resort... read more

Louisiana Gaming Control Board Chair Ronnie Jones out as lawmakers failed to confirm his reappointment

The Louisiana Gaming Control Board (LGCB) is now set to get a new chairperson as the state Senate failed to confirm the reappointment of longtime Chair Ronnie Jones to the position.

According to media reports, personal politics may be blamed for the Senate’s failure in confirming the... read more

Boyd Gaming making preparations to re-launch more than a dozen casinos

American gaming and hospitality giant Boyd Gaming Corporation has confirmed that it has started making preparations to re-launch thirteen of its gaming venues as the economy is showing signs of recover from the corona virus pandemic.

The Paradise, Nevada-based gaming giant began dusting... read more

Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino among targets for ISIS supporter’s planned mass shooting: FBI

An American citizen who had boasted in front of an undercover FBI agent that he wanted to kill dozens of people and “infidels,” including his own father, allegedly planned to carry out a mass-casualty shooting at Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino.

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (... read more

Illinois General Assembly amends Chicago Casino Tax Structure

Pushing the long-awaited Chicago casino project closer to reality, members of the Illinois General Assembly amended casino tax structure for the city after state lawmakers agreed to trim down its tax responsibilities.

The Windy City businesses have been under lockdown since mid of March... read more

Pregnancy prevention program fails to work in Western Australia: Study

A study was conducted to evaluate the effect a popular pregnancy prevention program had on teenage girls. The researchers came to know that the teens who took part in the program were actually more likely to become pregnancy than girls who did not participate in it.

The pregnancy program... read more

NASA puts brakes on Insight Space Mission due to instrument glitch

NASA has announced a temporary halt for its Mars mission planned for March as the space agency team has discovered a technical glitch in the Insight spacecraft’s seismometer. The seismometer was developed by French space agency CNES. The leakage in the vacuum seal on the seismometer was... read more

Fedex could miss some deliveries on Christmas Eve due to high volume

FedEx has informed that its team is working hard to deliver gifts and other items to Americans on Christmas Eve but due to surge in volume of orders, it may not be possible to deliver all the orders scheduled for Christmas delivery. FedEx has also offered the option to customers to pick up their... read more