The addition of ball and dice games at tribal casinos could mean more revenues for the state of Oklahoma.
The Cherokee Nation is moving one of its casinos to a retail development hub in Tahlequah, Oklahoma.
The Kiowa Tribe is opening a new gaming facility and is looking to the Trump administration to help with two more projects.
A gaming initiative that could help the Quapaw Tribe return to its homelands in Arkansas has seen another setback.
The Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians is addressing concerns about its gaming operations in North Dakota.
The Tule River Tribe continues to push for a move of its casino to a new, off-reservation site in California.
The Cowlitz Tribe is suing a former casino employee to recover $13,672.01 in mistaken wages,
Rep. Tom Cole (R-Oklahoma) is hoping to add the controversial Tribal Labor Sovereignty Act to a must-pass spending bill.
The National Indian Gaming Association is getting ready for its annual tradeshow and convention.
Matthew Tyler Charles, a citizen of the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe, is accused of assaulting a former domestic partner at his tribe's casino in Washington.
The Poarch Band of Creek Indians continues to expand its gaming empire, this time with a $1.3 billion deal in Pennsylvania.
The Timbisha Shoshone Tribe is battling a new rival in California, one that has tied up gaming projects with litigation and political campaigns.
The Buena Vista Rancheria is moving forward with a long-delayed casino in California, but at a high cost.
Gaming continues to be good business for the Cherokee Nation and the state of Oklahoma.
Amid delays attributed to the Trump administration, the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation and the Mohegan Tribe finally started demolition work for their new casino in Connecticut.
The Ponca Tribe continues to work on plans for a controversial casino in Iowa amid a lawsuit in federal court.
The Jamul Indian Village will be rebranding its casino in southern California after parting ways with the developer of the $460 million facility.
The Oneida Nation held a log-cutting ceremony at its newest gaming facility in New York.
A federal judge has sided with the Wilton Rancheria, rejecting a challenge to the tribe's long-awaited casino project in northern California.
The Otoe-Missouria Tribe is hoping to lure more families to its casino in Oklahoma.