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Fight at Foxwoods involved 100 people

Two arrests after fight errupts between up to 100 patrons.

Hurricane Sandy closes Connecticut casinos

In anticipation of Hurricane Sandy, the Mohegan Sun and Foxwoods have both closed.

Casino City Gang: Live from Foxwoods edition

Casino City's Vin Narayanan and Aaron Todd host this week's show from Foxwoods Resort Casino in Connecticut, where they preview the World Series of Poker Main Event final table, discuss the Foxwoods World Poker Finals and examine Zynga's decision to partner with bwin.party to offer real-money gaming in the U.K. They also pick every game on this week's NFL slate against the spread.

Negative slots trend continues at Connecticut casinos

Foxwoods Resort Casino reported a 13 percent revenue decline to $46.3 million from $53.2 million in September 2011 while Mohegan Sun reported an 8.5 percent drop to $54.7 million from $59.8 million for the span.

Foxwoods reports September slot revenue

Foxwoods Resort Casino today reported that its September slot revenue totaled $46.3 million on handle of $546.6 million, down 13 percent.

Foxwoods reports another $50 Million slot revenue month

Foxwoods revenue figure represents a 3.3 percent decline compared to the same month a year ago; handle was off 6.3 percent from August of 2011.

Bernard Lee joins the Casino City Home Game

Bernard Lee joined the "Casino City Home Game" for a night in late August and taught Aaron Todd a thing or two.

Top-10 casino workers who deserve our thanks

In honor of the upcoming Labor Day holiday, Casino City's Vin Narayanan looks at 10 types of casino workers who deserve our appreciation.

Foxwoods reports July slot revenue

Improvements made on June 2012 but declines of 15.8 percent and 17.7 percent respectively from July last year.

Foxwoods reaches accord on debt restructuring

The Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation (MPTN), owner of Foxwoods Resort Casino®, has reached an agreement to restructure $2.2 billion of debt.

Another Vegas exec to go to a Connecticut Indian casino

Mohegan Sun announced that Brian Bork, most recently chief marketing officer at Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, will be chief marketing officer. In June, Foxwoods Resort Casino announced the appointment of a former Las Vegas marketing executive to develop advertising for its neighboring casino.

Foxwoods reports June slot revenue

Visitors wagered $575.7 million during June, a decline in handle of 6.6 percent from the same month in 2011.

Foxwoods reports May slot revenue, big name acts coming this summer

Slight increase in slot revenue at Foxwoods Resort Casino in May 2012, but 9.8 percent decline from the same period a year ago.

Top-10 ways to send a player from your home game to the WSOP

No matter what stakes you play, with some organization and planning, you can raise enough money to send a player from your home poker game to play in a tournament at the World Series of Poker.

Foxwoods reports March slot revenue

Foxwoods slot revenue down 4.5 percent on same month last year.

Rapper arrested after fight at Foxwoods party

Rapper Jim Jones arrested after brawl at Foxwoods 20th Anniversary party.

MGM Resorts reaches marketing deal with Ameristar Casinos

Customers of MGM Resorts and customers of Ameristar can use their points and rewards at either companies' properties.

Foxwoods reports January slot revenue decline

Foxwoods slot revenue down 4.7 percent during January compared to the same period a year ago.

Foxwoods nightclub honored by magazine

SHRINE Asian Kitchen, Lounge and Nightclub at Foxwoods Resort Casino in Connecticut has made Nightclub & Bar's "Top 100" list.

Tribal gaming companies look to restructure debt

The recession has forced tribes from New Mexico, California and Connecticut to either default on millions of dollars in debt or to refinance their bonds.

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