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Mashantucket chairman sticks by Foxwoods

News Brief: The Mashantucket Pequot tribal chairman said this morning that the tribe-owned Foxwoods Resort Casino cares about its employees.

Hundreds of Foxwoods employees called in sick

ews Brief: About 400 Foxwoods Resort Casino workers are estimated to have called in sick Sunday in protest of what some employees say is an erosion of worker benefits, Foxwoods Employee Group Council Chairman Steve Getchell said Monday.

Man arrested for entering casino

News Brief: A 38-year-old man was arrested after allegedly violating his probation by entering the Mohegan Sun Casino.

Disgruntled Foxwoods workers get support

News Brief: Workers complaining about cuts in employee benefits at Foxwoods Resort Casino won the backing of a casino employee group Monday, though some of the group's representatives said they don't support a threatened sickout during the New Year's holiday.

Action filed against Mashantucket Pequot

News Brief: Attorney General Richard Blumenthal today asked a state court to find that the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation is violating the slot machine revenue agreement, illegally reducing its payments to the state by millions of dollars a year.

Historian refutes tribal land claims

News Brief: A Connecticut historian who has refuted American Indian land claims across the country testified Monday in federal court that the Shinnecock Nation has no right to build on a parcel of land in Southampton that the tribe is eyeing for a casino.

WPT women nearing breakthrough win

The women of the World Poker Tour continue to grow in numbers and play solid poker - but when will they finally capture their first championship?

Thanksgiving at Mohegan Sun

News Brief: Despite many area families preparing for the Thanksgiving Holiday today, thousands of people spent at least part of their day at Mohegan Sun.

AC Coins dropped from lawsuit

News Brief” The Mashantucket Pequot Tribe filed a motion to drop third-party vendor Atlantic City Coin and Slot Service Co. as a co-plaintiff in its federal lawsuit challenging property taxes levied on AC Coin, and asserted federal jurisdiction over the case.

Medic wins $1.7 million at World Poker Final Main Event

Nenad Medic wins a bundle of cash after defeating a field of 609 players at the Foxwoods World Poker Finals Main Event.

Notes from day three at the WPF main event

Interesting side stories from the Foxwoods World Poker Finals Main Event Chamnpionships.

Mimi Tran and Kathy Liebert star at WPF Final Table

Two women make a World Poker Tour Main Event final table for the first time in history.

Mohegan Sun hires design team

News Brief: A world-renowned resort design team that is joining casino and tribal officials for a major announcement Thursday said it has been hired to design the long-anticipated Mohegan Sun expansion.

Notes from Day Two at the World Poker Finals

Interesting moments from Day Two of the World Poker Finals at the Foxwood Resort Casino.

Women making noise at the World Poker Finals

With massive stacks heading into day three of the World Poker Finals at Foxwoods, Mimi Tran and Kathy Leibert make their bid to become the first woman to win a WPT Main Event.

Daryn Firicano leading the World Poker Finals Main Event

The professionals are out in force at the Foxwoods World Poker Finals Main Event, making up a significant percentage of the remaining 150 players.

World Poker Tour coming to Foxwoods

The best poker players in the world will make their way to Foxwoods Resort Casino this weekend for the popular $10,000 World Poker Finals (WPF) Main Event. sends 11 players to WPF will send 11 poker players to the main event of the World Poker Finals, November 12-16, for a once-in-a-lifetime chance to become poker's next TV superstar and millionaire.

Playing too aggressive at Foxwoods

Casino City columnnist Ryan McLane is searching for answers after having a bad day in the $600 Limit Texas Hold'em tournament at the Foxwoods World Poker Finals.

Gearing up for my main event

Casino City columnist Ryan McLane writes about his preparations for the $600 Limit Hold'em event at the Foxwoods World Poker Finals.

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