Pete Rose is done. He will never — if this latest allegation and the smoking gun of an old betting chit are true — get into the National Baseball Hall of Fame. To that, I say this: So what? Who cares? What’s it matter?
A local legislator is working on a bill that would allow slot machines at Pittsburgh International Airport.
The former office manager at a Pittsburgh-area car dealership faces sentencing on federal fraud and false tax return charges stemming from her theft of $700,000 from the business.
The Meadows Casino in Washington County owns 3,284 slot machines.
An attorney who represented former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky at his sex abuse trial has been charged with stealing more than a half-million dollars from clients and spending it on casino gambling and other personal interes
When it comes to sports, sometimes the fantasy is better than the reality. These days, tons of people participate in fantasy sports leagues. But for some, it’s not all fun and games.
Move over blackjack. Stand aside poker, Forget the slots. A new card game invented locally may hit the casino soon.
State police say a western Pennsylvania man who befriended a woman at a harness racing track two years ago has since conned her out of $15,000 by pretending he had cancer.
Poker legends from across the country brought their skills to Pittsburgh’s first televised poker tournament, at Rivers Casino.
A man who was heard on wiretaps being tipped off by a state lawmaker about an investigation into his alleged illegal video poker operation has waived those charges to court.
A finance manager at a local car dealership is accused of embezzling more than $36,000 to feed a gambling habit.
It would be the largest expansion of legal gambling in Pennsylvania in nearly four years, a plan to allow thousands of bars to make money off gambling, but it has hit a snag in Harrisburg.
The Mega Millions lottery game is about to change its rules, so it can offer bigger jackpots and better overall odds.
They call themselves Internet sweepstakes cafés. You buy a phone card, which buys you time on a computer, and you can play video poker or Keno for cash or prizes. But after KDKA’s reports, the legislature declared them gambling parlors and passed legislation banning them.
A convention is underway in Las Vegas to show people the new games and new ways to win the jackpot.