Content Tagged 'gambling'

Deputies: Gambling Hall Busted In Laurel Co.
The Laurel County Sheriff's Office said it raided a reported gambling hall Friday near Lily.
Expanded Gambling: Best Revenue for Kentucky?
Supporters of legalizing casino gambling in Kentucky are promoting expanded gambling as the answer to supply the state's budget with enough revenue to meet funding demands.
Ky Supreme Court Hears Arguments On Instant Racing
The Kentucky Supreme Court heard arguments on the legality of instant racing, a game used to bed on previously-run horse races, Wednesday. Video Video
Supreme Court To Hear Instant Racing Case
The Kentucky Supreme Court will decide the legality of instant racing--and reps for both sides said they think the court will rule in their favor. Video Video
Churchill Downs Down In Purses
Churchill Downs officials say purses were down slightly for spring races. Video Video
Instant Racing Challenge
The Kentucky Court of Appeals heard oral arguments Wednesday in the legal challenge to a new type of bet in the state known as instant racing. Video Video
Governor: Casino Bill to Start in Senate
Governor Beshear says casino vote bill will start in the Senate. Video Video
Beshear Calls for Gambling Vote
In his inauguration speech Tuesday second-term Kentucky Governor, Steve Beshear, renewed his call for a vote on expanded gambling. Video Video
Beshear Talks Redistricting, Gambling
On Monday, Governor Steve Beshear discussed his decision to sign a redistricting bill, and the future of expanded gambling in Kentucky. Video Video
Governor Proposes Plan to Open Kentucky Casinos
Governor Steve Beshear has unveiled a plan to allow casinos to open in Kentucky. Video Video
Ky. Baptist Leader Condemns Expanded Gambling
The Kentucky Baptist Convention is speaking out against expanded gambling in a new radio ad aimed at stirring grassroots opposition to legalizing casinos.
Ky. Court Leaves Instant Racing Question Unsettled
Kentucky can license and regulate Instant Racing, a slot-machine type of game where people bet on the outcome of an old horse race without knowing which contest they are betting on, the Kentucky Supreme Court ruled Thursday.
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