Maryland Casinos Rake In $136M In FebruaryMaryland's casinos generated $136.6 million in revenue in February -- a nearly $8 million increase from February 2017.
Casino Mogul Steve Wynn Resigns Amid Sex Misconduct ClaimsCasino mogul Steve Wynn has resigned as chairman and CEO at Wynn Resorts amid sexual misconduct allegations.
Bill Would Make Casino Money Enhance School Funding FormulasMaryland lawmakers want to change the state constitution to require money raised by the state's casinos for education to enhance schools funding above the amount set by state formulas.
Casinos In Maryland Flourishing, Giving Major Boost To Local EconomyMaryland's gaming industry is booming, with the state's six casinos raking in a total of $141 million in December.
MGM National Harbor Leads Pack In Anniversary Of Grand OpeningWhen it comes to money made from gambling, MGM National Harbor has become dominant among Maryland's six casinos.
36 Dead From Smoke In Philippine Casino AttackMetropolitan Manila police chief Oscar Albayalde says 36 people suffocated from smoke after a gunman stormed into a casino-hotel complex and set fire to gambling tables before fleeing with a bag of casino chips.
1st Skill-Based Slot Machines in US Launch in Atlantic City Gamblers can now win — or lose — money on a video game in Atlantic City.
Shot Policeman's Condition Upgraded from Critical to StableA police officer who responded to a robbery in progress at a casino garage over the weekend and was shot and wounded has been upgraded from critical to stable condition, authorities said Monday.
Racing And Casino Firms To Buy Ocean Downs Casino, TrackA Kentucky racing company and a New York casino firm will buy the Ocean Downs casino and racetrack.
Maryland Live Casino Sues MGM Over High-Roller ListsA Maryland casino is suing MGM Resorts International over lists of high-rollers.
All But 1 Maryland Casino Sees Increase In RevenueThe numbers are in---all but one of Maryland's casinos are seeing a boost in their bottom line.
New State Law Will Lower Minimum Age For Casino WorkersA new Maryland law that goes into effect this fall will allow casinos to hire a younger workforce.

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