Now that the Supreme Court has cleared the way for legalized sports betting, there is a new sense of urgency behind passing legislation in Michigan before neighboring states beat them to market.
Last week there was a lot of excitement around a possible online gaming legislation vote in the Michigan House of Representatives. The excitement was premature. Summer is the new goal.
The one remaining horse track, Northville Downs, announced plans to turn their track into a luxury home site. This after Hazel Park Raceway shuttered its Southeastern Michigan racetrack.
It pays to be in the casino business these days. Figures released earlier this month show record revenue for Detroit’s casinos.
On Thursday, Hazel Park Raceway closed its doors after seven decades of hosting live horse racing in Southeastern Michigan.
Derek Stevens, a Michigan graduate, believed so strongly in the Wolverines that he went out looking for some serious action before the beginning of March Madness.
For many, winning the lottery is a dream come true. Or is it? Life-changing sums of money obviously change lives. But it doesn’t always change it for the better.
The Michigan Lottery is handing out $28,000 in free money this month in its Shamrock Play Giveaway promotion, including a grand prize of $20,000.
A new house is on the agenda after a Michigan woman won $75,000 playing an online instant win lottery game called Treasure Bay.
Michigan is on the shortlist to pass an online gambling bill, but the state will need to resolve two issues that have stalled legislative progress.