Jahd Khalil

In the latest development in an expansion of gambling in Virginia, an advisory panel said it had chosen ONE Casino + Resort on Thursday as the proposed operator for a casino for Richmond. Mayor Levar Stoney presented the proposal to the city council Monday.

Pamunkey Indian Tribe

The General Assembly has until March to decide on a host of bills to allow and regulate casinos.

The Pamunkey Tribe is wasting no time in positioning itself. This month, they signed an agreement with the city of Norfolk to potentially buy property for a commercial casino-resort along the Elizabeth River.  Then they announced plans for another tribal casino-resort in South Richmond near the James River.

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Lawmakers in Richmond are about to place their bets on casino gambling. They'll get a much-anticipated report on Monday.


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.

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Will Virginia voters press their luck with casinos?