gambling

Man sentenced to 7 years in federal fraud scheme

44-year-old misused business money for gambling, faced maximum 195 years on multiple counts

A Madison-area businessman was sentenced in federal court Wednesday afternoon in connection with a bank fraud case.

Madison-area businessman convicted of bank fraud scheme

DOJ: Christian Peterson found guilty of 8 of 13 counts

A Madison-area businessman was convicted Thursday of a financial fraud scheme including bank fraud, making false statements and money laundering, according to a state Department of Justice release.

Residents get hearing on Beloit casino project

Bureau of Indian Affairs taking comments through Dec. 26

Beloit residents will get a chance Thursday to comment on the environmental impact of the proposed Ho-Chunk Nation Casino in Beloit.

Residents get hearing on Beloit casino project

Bureau of Indian Affairs taking comments through Dec. 26

Beloit residents will get a chance Thursday to comment on the environmental impact of the proposed Ho-Chunk Nation Casino in Beloit.

Man sentenced in Green Co. bookmaking operation

Rast gets suspended sentence for taking bets on football, basketball

A Monroe man pleaded no contest Thursday to running an illegal bookmaking operation that took bets on football and basketball games between 2005 and 2007.

Man sentenced in Green Co. bookmaking operation

Rast gets suspended sentence for taking bets on football, basketball

A Monroe man pleaded no contest Thursday to running an illegal bookmaking operation that took bets on football and basketball games between 2005 and 2007.

Vegas books: $300M changed hands with NFL call

Seahawks beat Packers 14-12 after referees make controversial call

Las Vegas oddsmakers said $300 million or more changed hands worldwide on a controversial referee call that decided the Monday Night Football game between the Green Bay Packers and the Seattle Seahawks.

Vegas books: $300M changed hands with NFL call

Seahawks beat Packers 14-12 after referees make controversial call

Las Vegas oddsmakers said $300 million or more changed hands worldwide on a controversial referee call that decided the Monday Night Football game between the Green Bay Packers and the Seattle Seahawks.