Governor Signs Tax Bill Into Law Paving The Way For A Chicago CasinoChicago can have a new casino. Gov. JB Pritzker Tuesday signed a new gaming tax bill into law that paves the way for the gambling center.
Indiana To Roll The Dice And Reopen Casinos After COVID-19 ClosuresTable games will see stricter capacity limits: blackjack will have a three-player limit. Roulette now has a four-player limit and craps will have a six-player limit.
Lottery Sales Sink As Other Gambling Options Take OffIllinois has surgically focused on casinos and marijuana lately, but it may just be the 46-year-old Illinois Lottery in need of a check-up.
Gambling Bill Passes Illinois Senate, Pritzker Expected To Sign Into LawIllinois will soon have sports betting and Chicago will have a casino, thanks to the State Senate which approved a gambling measure 46-10.
Illinois Lawmakers Approve First Step Toward Casino In ChicagoIn a historic vote, Illinois state lawmakers bet on casinos and sports wagering.
Illinois Website Offers Help For Gambling AddictionsThe new website comes as gambling is expanding across the nation.
Rolling The Dice To Expand Gambling In IllinoisGetting approval is once again far from a sure bet.
Gambling Watchdog Hits JackpotThe woman who challenged the legality of a million-dollar Morris drawing is $25,000 richer. CBS 2's Charlie De Mar explains.
Suspended VFW Drawing To Take Place Next WeekThe Morris VFW is apologizing to neighbors for the crowds expected for its $1.59 million “Queen of Hearts” drawing.
Pennsylvania Casino Fined For Serving Gambler 27 Drinks In 9 HoursThe state gaming board said the fine was levied as part of a consent agreement, meaning the casino isn’t contesting the penalty.
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Officials Blame Video Gambling For Declining Revenue At Illinois CasinosLocal and gaming officials say the rise of video gambling in Illinois is causing revenues to fall at the state’s casinos, reports WBBM Political Editor Craig Dellimore.
DuPage Considering Lifting Video Gambling Ban Five years after the DuPage County Board banned video gaming machines, they could soon be coming to an establishment near you, reports WBBM's Nancy Harty.
Feds: Ex-Burnham Village Clerk Stole $650,000 For Casino RunsA south suburban elected official who allegedly stole more than $650,000 from taxpayers and spent it at casinos has agreed to plead guilty.
Commission: 'Sweepstakes' Games Should Be OutlawedAn anti-crime group is backing legislation in the Illinois General Assembly that would outlaw "sweepstakes" machines that the group says are illegal video gambling devices — unregulated and inviting to organized crime.