Two tribes with experience in gaming are working together in hopes of legalizing casinos in Arkansas..
The Poarch Band of Creek Indians is asking the nation's highest court to correct a sovereign immunity decision.
The Pueblo of Santa Ana will be the first tribe in New Mexico to offer sports betting.
A gaming developer claims it invested nearly $5.4 million in a casino that never got off the ground.
Gambling revenues dipped slightly at Arizona’s tribal casinos in 2016, but those losses were more than offset by a strong jump in non-gaming revenues.
The Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians is waiting on federal approval for its new Class III gaming compact.
The White Earth Nation is experiencing financial hardships and some tribal leaders are blaming the situation on prior leadership.
A dispute over gaming on Indian allotments in Oklahoma has spawned a messy mix of litigation in tribal and federal court.
The latest issue of Casino City’s Indian Gaming Industry Report is out, showing 3.9 percent growth in tribal revenues.
Patrons can now enter and gamble at the Graton Rancheria without coming into contact with secondhand smoke.
The Trump administration has delayed a tribally-owned casino in Connecticut, a move that benefits a non-Indian rival.
The first tribal casino in Indiana is paying off for the community of South Bend.
The Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community welcomed guests to its flagship casino after a month-long closure.
The Stockbridge-Munsee Community is trying to revive an inter-tribal gaming dispute in Wisconsin after losing a major decision in court.
A landmark Supreme Court decision opened the door for tribes and states to offer wagers on sports.
Is it the United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee Indians? A new report isn't specific.
Comments are being accepted on the Tule River Tribe's casino impact study and a public meeting has been scheduled.
The National Indian Gaming Association is hosting a special screening of Smoke Signals during its upcoming convention.
Will the Poarch Band of Creek Indians be able to offer Class II games if the lottery becomes legal in Alabama?
The Trinidad Rancheria is seeking a federal loan guarantee to finance a 100-room hotel in northern California.