New Deal? Florida Legislators Will Try To Pass Gambling BillA long-debated issue among lawmakers in Florida has been legalized gambling.
Anti-Gambling Measure Goes On November BallotA big decision on gambling will be coming to local ballots later this year.
Judge Rules Against State On Greyhound Drug Testinguling in favor of two trainers suspended by the state after their dogs tested positive for cocaine, an administrative law judge on Friday said Florida gambling regulators have wrongly used an outlawed set of protocols to test racing greyhounds for drugs.
$3 Wager Nets $2.3 Million Slot Machine JackpotA lucky South Florida gambler is heading into the holiday season a big winner.
Vegas Shooter's Gambling Draws New Attention To Video PokerAuthorities trying to piece together the final days before Stephen Paddock unleashed an arsenal of firepower on concert-goers on the Las Vegas Strip have at least one potential trove of information: his gambling habits.
State's Decision On Miami Dog Track Draws ChallengeOperators of the Mardi Gras Casino and Racetrack have asked state regulators to back away from a decision that would allow a rival Miami greyhound track to end dog racing while continuing to offer slot machines.
Seminoles, Florida Settle Blackjack DisputeA legal tussle over the Seminole Tribe Of Florida's estimated $2 billion a year gambling operation in the state is over.
Florida Supreme Court Rules Against Slot MachinesThe Florida Supreme Court says slot machines can't be installed at several Florida dog and horse tracks.
Galvano: No Gambling Deal In Florida This SessionThe Legislature will not pass a new gaming deal that could have expanded slot machines in Florida and allowed new games at the Seminole Tribe’s seven casinos.
Lawmakers Inch Closer To Gambling DealCraps and roulette could be headed to Seminole Tribe casinos in Florida thanks to a deal under negotiation in the state Legislature.
Gambling Deal Coming? Florida Legislators Trade OffersState legislators are moving closer to a gambling deal which could result in a new casino in South Florida and give the Seminole Tribe the right to offer craps and roulette at their casinos.
House Approval Leads To Gambling NegotiationsVoting along party lines, the Florida House approved a gambling package that would require the Seminole Tribe to pay the state $3 billion over seven years in exchange for being allowed to continue to have "exclusivity" over banked card games, such as blackjack.