'Next Generation' Slot Machines A Hit At Rivers CasinoIf you walk into the Rivers Casino these days, you're likely to notice some new types of slot machines.
PTL Links: Oct. 11, 2017Some of today's guests/topics include: Casino Dealer School, Pittsburgh Cultural Trust Multiple Choice, and Soldiers And Sailors Memorial Hall & Museum! Click for more information about today's guests!
Police Trying To Identify Man Who Stole 81-Year-Old's BikePolice are trying to identify a man who stole an 81-year-old man's bicycle Monday.
When It Comes To Casino Jackpots, It's The Button Pusher That Counts The MostA man in Florida put up the cash, but let his friend press the slots button at a casino, and that turned out to be a most unlucky mistake.
Dunlap: State Rep. Gets It Right With Sports GamblingColin Dunlap can get behind State Rep. Rob Matzie if for nothing more than his logical stance on one thing: he wants to bring sports betting to Pennsylvania.
Proposed Bill Would Authorize Sports Betting In PennsylvaniaA Pittsburgh area lawmaker is looking to expand Pennsylvania's gaming industry, by legalizing betting on sporting events.
CMU Supercomputer Beats World’s Best Poker Players In RematchNearly two years have passed since four of the world's best poker players took on Carnegie Mellon University’s computer, Claudio.
Rivers Casino To Offer Unique Wedding Reception PackagesIt's one of the most special occasions in anyone's life -- when family and friends gather to celebrate the union of two people.
Hotel, Brewery Part Of North Shore Development BoomMore development and more options coming to the North Shore.
Rivers Casino Outlines Plans For $51.5 Million HotelMore details about the Rivers Casino's plans for a hotel were released Tuesday after a meeting with the Pittsburgh Planning Commission.
Report: Rivers Casino To Build $35 Million HotelRivers Casino has plans to build a $35 million hotel on the North Shore.
Top Poker Players Face Off Against CMU Super ComputerTwo years ago, four of the world's top poker players matched wits with a poker playing CMU computer at Rivers Casino on the North Shore.