Changes on the Way to Powerball

State lottery officials hope they can pep up the Powerball game by making it harder to win. Next Wednesday’s drawing will require players to guess two more numbers accurately. The starting jackpots will be bigger, will increase by more each week, and, on the...

Casinos Continue to Rake in Cash

Opponents of Missouri’s $500 loss limit for casino gamblers say it puts Missouri casinos at a competitive disadvantage against casinos in states without loss limits. The State Gaming Commission says the Harrah’s casino in Maryland Heights set a new record...

Study Focuses on Problems With Gambling

A survey by the State Department of Health and Senior Services says one in every 100 Missourians has experienced financial problems because of gambling. The highest percentage of problem gamblers – two-and-a-half percent – is in people 45 to 54 years of...

Proposal to Change Casino Laws Ends up on Back Burner

A proposal to change several parts of Missouri’s casino laws has been talked to death in the State Senate. The proposal backed by Senator Jon Dolan of Lake St. Louis would have limited the number of casinos in Missouri and would have repealed the $500 loss...

KC Casino Makes Winners of Losers

Harrah’s North Kansas City Casino is launching a new promotion to attract gamblers. On Mondays and Tuesdays in May, even losers will win something. 10-percent of every tracked player’s daily losses will be rebated. For instance, a player who loses $100...
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