Two Atlantic City police officers helped a woman who had just given birth inside a car in the parking lot of a local hospital last weekend, according to police.
Hank Flynn reports on the implosion of the building and talks with those who frequented the establishment and those who worked there.
The dilapidated building that once housed the Trump Plaza Hotel and Casino came crumbling to the ground on Wednesday morning as onlookers came from near and far to watch the implosion of an Atlantic City staple.
A gambler who hit a $1.1 million jackpot on a progressive poker game after placing a $5 wager at an Atlantic City casino celebrated his win by offering a $50,000 tip to the dealers on shift.
The former mayor of Atlantic City was sentenced to 30 days in prison for defrauding contributors to a youth basketball team out of more than $86,000, authorities announced Thursday.
The implosion of a dilapidated Atlantic City casino formerly owned by Donald Trump has been rescheduled for Feb 17 at 9 a.m., Mayor Marty Small announced during a Thursday press conference.
A fundraising auction that would have granted someone the opportunity to press the button that will bring down one of President Donald Trump's former Atlantic City casinos has been scrapped.
A man and two women are facing charges after authorities say the group detonated fireworks on the hood of a police cruiser Tuesday afternoon in Atlantic City.
The Casino Reinvestment Development Authority approved designation of the project Tuesday as an entertainment retail district.
The demolition of the former Trump Plaza casino will become a fundraiser to benefit the Boys & Girls Club of Atlantic City that the mayor hopes will raise in excess of $1 million.
Figures released Monday by the state Division of Gaming Enforcement show New Jersey's sports betting industry set a national record for the most money bet on sports in a month for the fourth consecutive month.
When officers arrived, they found Nicole Staton yelling at Mayor Small while a small group watched.
Authorities say a former guard and two others stole more than $1.7 million from an armored car parked outside an Atlantic City casino earlier this month.
According to officials, the members allegedly sought to control illegal bookmaking and loansharking, among other things, in Philadelphia and especially Atlantic City.
Figures released Friday by the state Division of Gambling Enforcement show that Atlantic City’s casinos and the three horse tracks that offer sports betting collectively took in $803,096,172.
Atlantic City's top casino is laying off or cutting the hours of 422 workers in what it says is a direct reaction to strict new indoor dining limits imposed by Gov. Phil Murphy.
The mayor says the city should get first dibs on tax money that recreational marijuana would generate because it currently gets nothing from state-imposed parking, luxury, hotel and sports betting taxes.
Officers from the Atlantic City Police Department responded to the area of Artic and Iowa Avenues just before 4 a.m. Sunday for reports of gunfire.
The head of the gambling industry's national trade group says additional financial aid is needed for casinos and their workers.
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