Massachusetts official predicts gaming approval (June 5, 2007)

Gaming will be legalized in Massachusetts, state auditor Joseph DeNucci said. DeNucci told The Boston Herald that Class III gaming was "inevitable." He said the effort will start with slot machines at racetracks and move to a full-scale casino. That...

Oneida Nation sued over casino construction work (June 5, 2007)

The Oneida Nation of New York is being sued for allegedly failing to pay a construction company for work at the Turning Stone Resort and Casino. The tribe hired Hunt Construction Co., of Indiana, to expand the casino. The company...

Tigua Tribe won't give up fight to restore gaming (June 5, 2007)

The Tigua Tribe of Texas says it won't give up the fight to restore its gaming rights. The tribe was forced to shut down the Speaking Rock Casino in a legal dispute with the state. Efforts to reopen the...

Rumsey Band plans another casino expansion (June 5, 2007)

The Rumsey Band of Wintun Indians of California plan a second expansion of its Cache Creek Casino Resort. The tribe plans to add more gaming space, nearly 500 additional hotel rooms, several eateries and an event/conference center. Construction is expected...

NIGC reports 11 percent rise in tribal revenues (June 5, 2007)

Tribal gaming facilities took in $25.1 billion in 2006, an increase of 11 percent from the year prior, the National Indian Gaming Commission said on Monday. "The Indian gaming industry has doubled between 2001 and 2006, going from $12.8 billion...