Gambling Cville Gaming Firm Expands with Historic Horse Racing in Virginia By Sandy Hausman • Jun 10, 2019 RadioIQ There are no native American casinos here in Virginia, but a Charlottesville company is playing a key role in the operation of 75 casinos out west – and hoping to expand its business here in the Commonwealth. Casinos May Be on the Way to Some Economically Struggling Communities in Virginia By Michael Pope • May 7, 2019 AP Photo / Matthew Brown Will Virginia voters press their luck with casinos? A Casino Push in Bristol, Danville and Portsmouth By Mallory Noe-Payne • Jan 14, 2019 Alex Brandon / AP Could casinos be the key to bringing jobs and revenue to some parts of the state? A bipartisan group of lawmakers thinks so. The effort is targeted to three Virginia localities. Opportunity And Opposition In Pamunkey Tribe's Casino Proposal By Pamela D'Angelo • Jun 14, 2018 Pamela D'Angelo Three years ago the Pamunkey Indian Tribe gained federal recognition. Now the tribe is considering opening a casino as a step toward financial independence. But the idea is not without controversy.