Detroit Casinos, Workers Resuming Contract Talks This WeekTaxes from casinos account for about 16 percent of Detroit's revenue or roughly $170 million a year.
MEDC Plans Job Cuts After Tribe Halts Casino PaymentsThe agency could lose "some truly great, hard-working and talented people."
Activist: Proposed New Lansing, Romulus Casinos Would Hurt DetroitWould two new Michigan casinos mean more money trouble for Detroit?
Appeals Court Clears Way For Lansing Tribal CasinoAn Indian tribe from the Upper Peninsula can finally move ahead with plans to build a $245 million casino in downtown Lansing.
Resort Advantage In Partnership For Slot Jackpot Payment TechRoyal Oak-based Resort Advantage LLC, a provider of casino financial management and tax software, announced an integration partnership with Glendale, Calif.-based FutureLogic Inc., a provider of ticket, coupon and receipt printers used in applications ranging from casinos to voting locations to hospitals to gas pumps.
Bill Would Block Bridge Cards At Strip Clubs, Liquor StoresAre Michigan welfare recipients using state funds to pay for strippers?
Soaring Eagle Casino Plans 'Play For Free' WebsiteThe Soaring Eagle Casino is planning a new website that won't take bets for money unless Congress changes restrictions on online gambling.
As Casinos Struggle, Tribes Seek More Federal Aid"It's a sign of the times," said Mohegan Chairman Bruce "Two Dogs" Bozsum.
Tribe Loses Court Decision Over Lansing CasinoA federal judge suddenly has put the brakes on plans for an American Indian casino in Lansing.
Plans Move Forward For Proposed Lansing CasinoPlans for a $245 million American Indian casino in downtown Lansing are moving forward, with city officials announcing a land-purchase agreement with the Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians.
Small Fire At MGM Grand DetroitThe MGM Grand Detroit was evacuated late Thursday afternoon due to a fire at Bourbon Steak restaurant
Michigan Supreme Court Hearing On 4 Ballot IssuesThe Michigan Supreme Court has scheduled hearings Thursday on whether it should order four voter-initiated proposals onto the Nov. 6 ballot.