The Division of Gaming Enforcement gave retail and online sportsbooks in New Jersey the green light for betting on the awards show, but only for 2019.
New Jersey’s three sports betting venues took in more than $16 million in legalized bets since it began a few weeks ago.
Atlantic City casinos began preparing, even before the Supreme Court struck down the ban on legal sports betting. How much of an impact will legal sports betting having on Atlantic City as a tourist ...
Revel. Rescued! For pennies on the dollar. Booker versus Bell. Fort Monmouth's own Antiques Roadshow. Everything must go! Everyone dons pink for the battle against breast cancer.
The Council on Compulsive Gambling of New Jersey Executive Director Donald Weinbaum says the council's goal is to spread the word about gambling addiction so it can provide help to those who need it.
A legal tax fight leaves online retailers crying foul. A state audit questions the spending habits of Newark City Council. And high marks for a school breakfast program.
Atlantic City casino executives say the first week of legalized internet gambling has gone well.
Let the games begin. Internet gambling has now arrived in the Garden State. Gov. Christie sounds off on the DREAM Act and critics are calling it a flip-flop. And we look at dangerous toys.
NJ now has legalized online gambling for those within the Garden State's borders.
Director of the Division of Gaming Enforcement David Rebuck says internet gaming is off to a good start in New Jersey.
The Christie administration puts a tax cut on the front burner. Senate Republican leader Tom Kean talks about his challenge from the governor. And internet gaming comes to the Garden State.
While the full rollout of online gaming is expected to begin Nov. 26, "soft play" has begun.
The Democrats rally. The governor gets some big help. Cory Booker suffers a personal loss. And we talk to Steve Lonegan.
President and COO Tom Ballance says the Borgata, which is the first casino in Atlantic City to receive an online gambling permit, is committed to having the best product.
The archbishop stays, but he’s not alone. Plus, New Jersey’s Iranian community reacts to a dramatic day at the UN. And a surprising new poll in the U.S. Senate race.