A man faces nearly 100 years in prison for robbing a casino in Central City.
Cripple Creek marked 20 years of legal gambling last month, but the anniversary was muted. The historic mining town doesn’t have much to celebrate as its gaming industry faces an uncertain future.
A Westminster couple who thought they had won $31,000 playing penny slots are being told they will get no prize money.
A Colorado gambler thought he was a winner of more than $31,000, but has yet to be paid after the casino disputed the payout.
Two casinos are preparing for grand openings next month and a third is wrapping up a major renovation amid complaints that the industry is suffering from the recession.
Colorado casino revenues for April fell 2.6 percent over the previous month, but rose over the same period last year.
In the Denver area you have to head for the hills to try out your luck.
Owners hoping to sell the shuttered Gold Mine Casino in Black Hawk are talking with bidders after a weekend auction failed to turn up a high enough price.
Black Hawk and Central City are dissolving agreements that had ended years of battling over a share of gambling revenue.