HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — Attorney General George Jepsen is reiterating how legislation that could eventually lead to a new casino won’t impact Connecticut’s existing financial arrangement with the owners of Mohegan Sun and Foxwoods Resort Casinos.
A bill that would authorize Connecticut’s two federally recognized tribes to open up to three jointly operated casinos is moving through the legislative process.
Three gamblers have filed a lawsuit against Foxwoods Resort Casino alleging the eastern Connecticut casino failed to pay them more than $1.1 million that they won in a table game in 2011 and didn’t give them back a $1.6 million deposit they put down to cover any losses.
Foxwoods is looking to make another attempt at entering the Massachusetts casino market, this time in Fall River.
NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP) _ The former chairman of the tribe that owns Foxwoods Resort Casino is facing sentencing for embezzling more than $100,000 from the tribe. Prosecutors have asked a federal judge to sentence […]
The former treasurer for the tribe that owns and operates the Foxwoods Resort Casino pleaded guilty to a theft charge Thursday, a day after resigning as a member of the Mashantucket Pequot tribal council.
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) _ A spokesman for a Connecticut Indian tribe says the share from revenue for keno that’s coming will help blunt a potential drop in casino business. The $44 billion two-year state budget […]
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) _ A study says Connecticut was in the top tier of states with Indian casinos generating revenue in 2011. It’s also among states with the fastest falling casino revenue. “Casino City’s Indian […]
Police have charged two men from Connecticut and Massachusetts for their alleged participation in a brawl involving a mob of nearly 100 at MGM Grand at Foxwoods.