Atlantic City News
Atlantic City casino to train minority youths as workers
Young, minority residents who have long felt excluded from the benefits of Atlantic City's casinos are being trained as construction workers for the gambling town's newest resort.
Report: Firm buying Revel casino for $200M; owner denies it
Wall Street ratings firm says Colorado company buying former Revel casino in Atlantic City, New Jersey, for $200 million, but casino's owner insists there's no deal
Report: Firm buying Revel casino for $200M; Straub denies it
A Wall Street ratings firm says a Colorado company is buying Atlantic City's former Revel casino for $200 million, but the mercurial owner of the shuttered casino insists there's no deal
Man guilty in fatal shooting of store manager at outlet mall
A man accused of fatally shooting a store manager before turning the gun on himself at an Atlantic City outlet mall last year has been convicted of murder charges
Record-setting snowfall in the South heading to the Northeast
This is the earliest snow in decades in some places in the South, including Houston which hasn't seen snow in eight years.
New Jersey eyes cutting in horse tracks on internet gambling
New Jersey lawmakers want to give the state's horse racing tracks a piece of the action on internet gambling
Column: Is sports betting about to go mainstream? Bet on it
Jimmy Vaccaro has been taking — and dispensing — money in this city's sports books for the better part of 43 years. Until this week, he thought he'd seen just about everything in a business that's not for the faint hearted. But he never thought he'd see justices of the U.S. Supreme Court favorably
Woman political novice, 32, runs and wins against man who mocked Women's March
Ashley Bennett never thought that she would run for political office. When her first bid led to her victory against a male New Jersey county official who had mocked the Women's March _" targetblank">Women's March , she said, "I was shocked." Atlantic County Freeholder John Carman irked Bennett back
Superstorm Sandy slams the East Coast in fall of 2012
66 million Americans are bracing for impact hurricanes sandy lumbering up the East Coast. And threatening to come ashore as an unprecedented super storm. This 900 mile wide behemoth is forecast to become a hurricane again and joined forces with a major winter storm. It is happening rights now
Maryland shooting suspect connected to 2nd shooting in Delaware
ABC News' Amna Nawaz talks to Stephanie Ramos, who is in Wilmington, Delaware, with the latest updates on the connected shootings.