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U.S. District Court Judge Michael Shipp on Friday night ruled that the state of New Jersey "cannot partially lift a prohibition on sports betting in an effort to boost the state’s struggling horse racing and casino industries." The decision "was the expected outcome, since the judg...
Negotiators reached agreement Saturday to a build a new $215M arena in downtown Atlanta after Turner Broadcasting executives resolved the remaining issues during seven hours of talks with city and Ful
Detroit developer Chuck Forbes rejected an offer of "significantly more" than $6M for the property needed to build the twin stadiums in Detroit, according to David Shepardson of the DETROIT NEWS. Acco
A "majority" of Houston City Council members support Proposition 1, the proposed financing plan for a downtown Astros ballpark and Astrodome renovation, that Harris County will consider on Tuesday, ac
Negotiations scheduled for today on Atlanta''s $215M downtown Hawks arena project were "abruptly" canceled and said to be on "life support," according to Unger & Saporta in the ATLANTA CONSTITUTION. H
An announcement is expected today on a new financing plan for a Heat arena, in which the team would pay for the construction, according to two sources cited by Don Finefrock of the MIAMI HERALD. One s
In Detroit, nine of 10 "key" landowners in the proposed Lions and Tigers side-by-side stadiums site in downtown Detroit have agreed to sell, but the lone holdout has created a "major obstacle," accord
Developers of a proposed sports arena in downtown L.A. are looking to "sweeten the deal by reimbursing some taxpayer costs," sources close to talks confirmed to Jean Merl of the L.A. TIMES. The "enhan
Turner Broadcasting System officials indicated that if a deal to build a $215M downtown basketball arena for the Hawks isn''t reached within a week, plans could "unravel," according to Unger & Saporta
In his column, "Stadium Rewards Outweigh Risks," HOUSTON CHRONICLE columnists calls for support of the sports facilities referendum Tuesday. Fowler: "Based on risk /reward analysis, the decision isn''
NL President Leonard Coleman told Houston voters yesterday that the city could be without pro baseball for years if voters reject the November 5 sports facilities referendum, according to Villafranca