The Stillaguamish Tribe is gearing up for a major expansion of its casino in Washington.
The Timbisha Shoshone Tribe is still working on plans for an off-reservation casino in California.
The Karuk Tribe is preparing to open the Rain Rock Casino, in the works for more than a decade.
Indian Country continues to rack up victories when it comes to the restoration of tribal homelands.
Rep. Todd Rokita (R-Indiana) has received more than $163,000 in donations from Indian gaming interests since 2015
The Aquinnah Wampanoag Tribe won't be using a community center for a new casino but gaming plans are still moving forward in Massachusetts.
Ahead of a groundbreaking, the Pueblo of Tesuque released conceptual drawings for a new casino next to the site of the famed Santa Fe Opera.
The Oneida Nation continues to expand its gaming empire, with the Point Place Casino arriving this spring.
The Aquinnah Wampanoag Tribe is once again calling for talks in Massachusetts after securing victory in a long-running sovereignty case.
It took more than 10 years but the Spokane Tribe finally opened a new casino in Washington.
The Quapaw Tribe is hoping to bring gaming to Arkansas, its ancestral homeland.
The Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians will open the doors to the first-ever tribal casino in Indiana on January 16.
Six former leaders of the Winnebago Tribe who pleaded guilty for taking casino funds have all been sentenced for their roles in the scheme.
The Aquinnah Wampanoag Tribe will finally be able to open a gaming facility after the U.S. Supreme Court put an end to a long-running sovereignty dispute.
The Spokane Tribe will open its long-awaited casino in Washington on January 8, 2018.
The Pueblo of Tesuque will shut down its gaming facility and build a new one at a site next to the famed Santa Fe Opera in northern New Mexico.
The Ho-Chunk Nation remains committed to an off-reservation casino in Wisconsin despite uncertainty created by the Trump administration.
The Forest County Potawatomi Community broke ground on an second hotel tower at its casino in Wisconsin.
The Tulalip Tribes broke ground on a $140 million replacement casino, which will include a hotel, in Washington.