Florida Asks Federal Judge To Shut Down Blackjack Tables The state of Florida is demanding the Seminole Tribe of Florida immediately shut down blackjack tables at its casinos, going as far as filing a lawsuit to make it happen.
Holiday Sales Expected To Increase By 3.7 %Sales for this holiday season are expected to increase 3.7 percent, according to the National Retail Federation (NRF).
State, Seminoles Headed Into Mediation Over BlackjackThe Seminole Tribe and Florida officials are headed to mediation to resolve a possible standoff over the future of black jack at most of the tribe's Florida Casinos.
Florida Gov. Scott: State Nearly Out Of Money To Lure JobsGov. Rick Scott, reigniting a budget fight with the Republican-controlled Florida Legislature, says the state is nearly out of money to lure companies to Florida.
One Person Wins Fantasy 5; Lucky Money Jackpot RisesOne "Fantasy 5" player selected all five winning numbers to take home the jackpot, but no one won the "Lucky Money" jackpot.
Frosty Drinks And Business For Americans In Cuba?Business, government and civic leaders gathered on Watson Island Wednesday and some of the talk was of Cuba. Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez focused not so much on newly raised flags in Washington - as he did our beaches. They have eroded terribly, and Gimenez is pushng a $40 million sand re-nourishment plan to keep Cuba's luscious beaches from eroding our tourist base.
Lucky Money Jackpot Rises To $700KThe Lucky Money jackpot is up to $700,000 after no tickets matched the winning combination.
FBI Releases Photographs Of Ft. Lauderdale Bank RobberThe FBI has released surveillance pictures of a person wanted for a bank robbery in Fort Lauderdale on Thursday.
Ticket Takes Lucky Money Jackpot Of $550K One person won the "Lucky Money"money jackpot of $550,000.
Lucky Money Jackpot Rises To $700KThe "Lucky Money" jackpot is now at $700,000.
Woman To Be Face Of New $10 Dollar BillA woman is set to be the new face of the $10 bill.
Consumer Confidence Of Floridians Dropped Again In MayConsumer confidence of Floridians has dropped yet again.