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Rio rolling out mobile marketing campaign

The Las Vegas hotel is testing a campaign that text messages alerts to customers about real-time promotions.

Nebraska committee hears slots arguments

News brief: A state senator proposed a constitutional amendment to allow 3500 video slot machines at Nebraska racetracks.

Long-awaited WSOP schedule finally released

The 2009 World Series of Poker will once again have a four-month break for the final table of the Main Event and will host a $40,000 buy-in No-Limit Hold’em tournament to celebrate its 40th anniversary.

Nebraska politician wants to legalize slots

News brief: A new bill by Sen. Russ Karpisek would allow video slot machines in the state's five horse racing venues.

Wall Street runs through Las Vegas, campaigns

Sen. Barack Obama appeared at Cashman Field on Wednesday, but a more appropriate spot might have been four miles down the road on the lonely grounds of Echelon.

Federal judge says Nebraska has legal standing to oppose casino in Carter Lake

News Brief: Nebraska and Iowa can team up and legally attempt to block the Ponca Indian Tribe from building a casino in Carter Lake, a federal judge ruled Monday.

Feds: Nebraska case should be thrown out

News Brief: The federal government says Nebraska Attorney General Jon Bruning’s lawsuit seeking to block the Ponca Indian tribe’s plans to build a casino should be thrown out of court.

Card-counting movie '21' endures the invasion of Hollywood

After screening “21” at its premiere, Casino City finds that despite a plot and conclusion that differ from the book it is based on, the film will appeal to a variety of movie-goers, regardless of whether or not they have gambling in their blood.

Nebraska casino proposal challenged

News Brief: Nebraska Attorney General Jon Bruning is challenging a federal agency’s ruling that allows the Ponca Tribe of Nebraska to build a casino on its trust land in Carter Lake, Iowa.

Nebraska Casino Decision

News Brief: The Nebraska’s appeal of a recent court decision that pleased casino supporters will not drag out thanks to a recent state Supreme Court decision.

Nebraska Casino Vote Depends on Petition Count

News Brief: Depending on how fast signatures can be counted, and the time appellate courts need to review the matter, Nebraskans might have a chance to vote in November on a plan for building three casinos.

Casino Proponents Push for Gambling Vote

News Brief: The group backing the three-casino gambling proposal are asking the courts to force Nebraska Secretary of State John Gale to put the issue on the November 2006 ballot.

Nebraska Casino Measure Removed from Ballot

News Brief: Secretary of State John Gale says that a measure asking voters to approve casino gambling will not be allowed on the November ballot.

Gambling Initiatives Foiled?

News Brief: Attorney General Jon Bruning says petition initiatives to allow casino gambling and video keno should not be allowed on the November ballot.

Nebraska Tribes Stop Using Paid Petition Circulators

The Nebraska tribal coalition circulating the petition proposing to allow casino-style gaming has chosen to discontinue the use of paid petition circulators.

Nebraska Gambling Petition Raises $1.2 Million

News Brief: The three groups hoping to expand Nebraska’s gambling options have raised more than $1.2 million for the signature-gathering process, most of it from out-of-state donors.

Powerball Winner Donates to Buddhist Temple

News Brief: For four years, members of Lincoln’s Vietnamese Buddhist community have scrimped and saved for their dream of a new temple. Now they’re $400,000 closer — thanks to a gift from Powerball winner Quang Dao.

Eight Meat Plant Workers Claim Record $365 Million Powerball Prize

News Brief: Eight meat processing workers came forward Wednesday to claim the $365 million Powerball jackpot, the largest lottery prize in U.S. history.

Nebraska Casino Vote Petition Filed

News Brief: Language for another petition that would ask Nebraska voters in November to reconsider casino-style gambling was filed Tuesday with the secretary of state’s office.

Nebraska Poker Players Help Museum

News Brief: Poker players raised $1,950 for the North Platte Children's Museum Saturday at the North Platte Country Club.

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