With the Chickasaw Nation as a partner, the Aquinnah Wampanoag Tribe is looking at an $12 million investment in its first casino.
The WinStar World Casino and Resort is the official casino of the Dallas Cowboys.
Tribal gaming is on the rise in New Mexico, with one expert calling the growth surprisingly positive.
The Ponca Tribe will be hiring about 100 employees to work at the Prairie Flower Casino in Iowa.
Politicians from Rhode Island are lining up against the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe.
An off-reservation casino near the U.S. border with Mexico has been declared dead.
After spending three years on the project, the White Earth Nation has dropped plans for a third gaming facility in Minnesota.
The Pocasset Tribe is welcoming the debut of a new casino in Rhode Island.
The Ho-Chunk Nation casino in Madison remains the only smoke-free tribal gaming facility in all of Wisconsin.
A man with a distinctive hand tattoo and a shotgun robbed a casino owned by the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes.
The Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians is offering sports betting at two gaming facilities.
The Osage Nation's new casino and hotel is located near downtown Tulsa, Oklahoma.
A political committee backed by the Seminole Tribe continues to spend big in an effort to limit new casinos in Florida.
The Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde will not be developing a former racetrack near Oregon's largest city.
The Prairie Flower Casino is named in honor of a daughter of Ponca Chief Standing Bear.
The Ponca Tribe is working with the Chickasaw Nation on a new casino in Oklahoma.
More than four years after securing victory at the nation's highest court, the Bay Mills Indian Community is waiting for a crucial decision.
Though plans remain in development, the Aquinnah Wampanoag Tribe is serious about Indian gaming.
Patrons are finally rolling the dice at Choctaw and Cherokee casinos in Oklahoma.
The new leader of the Bureau of Indian Affairs continues to take action on gaming issues, this time helping out tribes in Oklahoma.