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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.

Nebraska Ticket Wins $365 Million Jackpot

The record breaking $365 million Powerball jackpot was won on a single ticket sold in Nebraska.

Nebraska Tribes Try for Casinos Again

News Brief: A coalition of Nebraska tribes Monday announced their most recent effort in a more than decade-long battle to get casino-style gambling in the state.

Nebraska Allowed to Intervene in Casino Lawsuit

The state of Nebraska will be allowed to intervene in a lawsuit filed by the Santee Sioux Tribe challenging a decision that it cannot legally operate video poker, blackjack, roulette and other games at its Ohiya Casino.

Nebraska Patrol Confiscates Illegal Slots

News Brief: The Nebraska Patrol raided several establishments around the state this week and confiscated some 40 allegedly illegal video slot machines.

Coast Casinos Disputes Fine Levied by State Commission

Coast Casinos was fined in April and will get a chance Friday to argue before the Accountability and Disclosure Commission for the fine to be forgiven.

Iron Horse Casino to Expand

News Brief: The Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska announced plans for a major expansion of its Iron Horse Bar and Casino on Main Street in Emerson.

Low-Fare Carrier Song to Add Transcontinental Flights

Delta Air Lines' discount subsidiary Song made a big splash in Las Vegas when the lime green-scripted Boeing 757 jets first rolled into McCarran International Airport in July 2003.

Senators Not Interested in Discussing Gambling

State senators do not appear open to discussing expanded gambling again this session.

$30 Million Powerball Jackpot Won

Three lucky players in Arizona, Nebraska, and Pennsylvania matched all 6 numbers Wednesday and will share in a $30 million jackpot.

Nebraska Lottery Reports Record Sales

News Brief: Nearly $93 million was spent on lottery games in Nebraska in the fiscal year, according to a report released this week.

Analyst, Gaming Foe Disagree on Election Results

Rev. Tom Grey believes Tuesday's election results show it's about time for the gaming industry to fold its hand. Gaming analyst Marc Falcone of Deutsche Bank, however, disagrees with Grey.

Nebraska Voters Reject Casino Plan

News Brief: Nebraska voters overwhelmingly rejected their Legislature's casino gambling plan Tuesday, and the two key parts of an alternative casino proposal were also losing, which was good news across the Missouri River in Council Bluffs.

Future of Nebraska Casinos Before Voters

News Brief: Finally, after years of legislative debate, public arguments, lawsuits, and petition drives, the future of casino gambling rests with Nebraska voters.

Nebraska Vote is Lost Shot at Casino Gambling

News Brief: Three sides of the expanded gambling debate met to debate the issue a week before Nebraska voters decide the issue. The Nov. 2 election is Nebraska's last shot at casino-style gambling.

States Look to Gambling for Solutions

News Brief: Many have gambling measures on the statewide ballot this year in an attempt to cash in on the soaring popularity of gambling following a decade that saw a rapid expansion of Indian casinos around the nation.

Gaming Opponents Recount Stories of Gambling Addictions

News Brief: Brook Seacrest's interest in gambling began with a trip to Las Vegas with friends two years ago. But what started as a fun pastime quickly turned into an addiction.

Nebraska Casinos Could Cut into South Dakota Casino Profits

News Brief: If Nebraska residents vote to allow casino gambling the results will cut into the profits at South Dakota's casinos, many of which depend on a good portion of their business from Nebraskans.

Gambling Opponents Sued

The war of words between Nebraska gambling supporters and opponents escalated Friday into the filing of four complaints with the state.

Nebraska City Officials Worried About Expanded Gambling

News Brief: La Vista officials expressed fear that expanded gambling could jeopardize continued success of their keno parlor.

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