Ill. Gov. Rauner Wants to Take Closer Look at Gaming IndustryRauner says he doesn’t like to gamble, but he also recognizes the state is losing money to casinos in neighboring states.
Four Russian Nationals Indicted on Fraud ChargesFour Russian nationals have been indicted for conspiring to travel from Russia to casinos across the United States, including several local casinos, to cheat at particular slot games using electronic devices.
Legality of Sweepstakes Machines Questioned in ReportThe legality of machines similar to video gambling, but aren’t subject to the same regulations, is being questioned in a new report.
Update On Video Gaming Bill In IllinoisSponsor of legislation that could affect future of Fairmount Park in Collinsville says 2 factors are key.
Video Gaming Gains Revenue and Popularity in IllinoisIt's now been two years since video gaming came to Illinois. So has having the opportunity to gamble in bars, restaurants and veterans' halls kept people from going to casinos?
Revenue Falling for Half of St. Louis CasinosIs the gravy train over for the casino industry? Atlantic City's gambling collapse sends shivers across the gaming industry - while revenue for half of the St. Louis-area casinos are also dropping.
Missouri Seeks to Lure High-Stakes GamblersMissouri casinos could begin offering lines of credit to high rollers under legislation given final approval Tuesday by state lawmakers.
Mo. Bill to Curb Welfare Fraud Sent to Gov. NixonMissouri welfare recipients would be barred from spending their cash benefits at casinos, liquor stores or strip clubs under legislation sent to Gov. Jay Nixon.
Gamblers Could get Loans for Chips at CasinosThe organization Stop Predatory Gambling opposes the loan idea.
Ill. Legislators Face Tough Votes After Break Major issues include oil drilling, casinos and same-sex marriage.
Mo. House Bill Aims To Curb Welfare SpendingBill would make it a crime to spend welfare benefits at casinos, liquor stores and strip clubs.
Illinois Gambling Expansion Not DeadGov. Quinn says he's OK with an expansion of gambling under the right circumstances.