Warm Springs Tribes not worried about BIA policy (January 9, 2008)

The Warm Springs Tribes of Oregon are confident their off-reservation casino will survive Bureau of Indian Affairs review, a spokesperson said. The tribes want to have land placed in trust in Cascade Locks. The gaming site is about 105 miles...

Fort Sill Apache Tribe to open New Mexico casino (January 9, 2008)

The Fort Sill Apache Tribe of Oklahoma is putting up a temporary casino in New Mexico and has plans for a $20 million permanent facility. Work has already begun at the 30-acre site. The Class II casino is about...

NIGC to rule on Prairie Band land in Illinois (January 9, 2008)

The National Indian Gaming Commission will be deciding on the Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation's plans for a gaming facility in Illinois. The tribe is currently based in Kansas. The tribe purchased land in Shabbona, Illinois, saying it was part of...

Commentary: Gaming expansion in California (January 9, 2008)

"By the time voters approach their touch-screen booths on Feb. 5, they’ll probably know what there is to know about Indian gaming compacts and the state of California. The tribes and their opponents will have spent tens of millions...

Dry Creek Rancheria ready to expand casino (January 9, 2008)

The Dry Creek Rancheria Band of Pomo Indians in California hopes to start work on a $300 million expansion of its casino as early as next month. The tribe plans to replace the tent-like structure at the River Rock Casino...

Cheyenne-Arapaho gaming revenues being audited (January 9, 2008)

The National Indian Gaming Commission, as well as a team of private auditors, are investigating the gaming revenues of the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes of Oklahoma. The NIGC is trying to determine whether the tribe is using its revenues according...