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The tribe paid $9.1 million to save the track from bankruptcy and now holds a lien on the property.


The tribe is still in negotiations to purchase an existing hotel on the waterfront.


Tribe signs loan package worth $145 million.


Casino spent $1.3 million on advertising in the most recent season.


Plans call for a casino on the waterfront in Rensselaer, across the river from the state capitol.


Global Gaming Solutions, a tribal subsidiary, plans to manage the proposed casino.


The tribe is partnering with Win, a social gaming platform.


Management contract was due to run for seven years until a new deal entered the mix.


Lawsuit was filed in Washington state court.


Group faces June 30 deadline to negotiate a host agreement and secure local approval.


Tribe will manage, but not invest in, the proposed development.


Five tribes are seeking to run commercial facilities in different regions of the state.


Hard Rock International could buy the Revel Casino Resort if the price is right.


Tribal subsidiary would manage casino in the Albany region.


The tribes are supporting each other in North Carolina and South Carolina.


The Keweenaw Bay Indian Community of Michigan is moving forward with plans to relocate one of its casinos.


The Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians in California praised the NBA for disciplining the owner of the Los Angeles Clippers.


The Mohegan Tribe of Connecticut spent at least $22 million pursuing a commercial casino in Massachusetts.


The Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians in California has ended its relationship with the Los Angeles Clippers.


The Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority has extended its sponsorship of a PGA Tour Canada event


The Morongo Band of Mission Indians of California announced an Internet poker partnership.


The Snoqualmie Tribe of Washington says it is owed $1.5 million for investing in a casino project on the island nation of Fiji.


The Mescalero Apache Tribe of New Mexico refinanced about $260 million in gaming debt.


The Yurok Tribe is nearly finished with construction of a casino and hotel in the Redwoods of California.


The Snoqualmie Tribe of Washington is no longer involved in a casino project on the island nation of Fiji.


Victor Rocha, the owner of Pechanga.net, is bringing Indian Country Online to Oklahoma this June.


The Morongo Band of Mission Indians and three non-Indian card clubs remain in negotiations with a controversial Internet poker site.


A non-Indian cash management company that owes $10.4 million to tribes has filed for bankruptcy protections in federal court.


The new leader of the Mohegan Tribe of Connecticut faces a deposition as part of a gaming disagreement in Massachusetts.


The Seminole Tribe of Florida might be interested in acquiring a commercial casino in Atlantic City, New Jersey.


As more and more states expand gambling options, they are relying on consulting firms to help them write regulations and review casino applicants.


A company that has been working with the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes of Oklahoma says it put $40 million into an Internet gaming site.


It looks like the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes of Oklahoma are getting out of the Internet gaming business for now.


The Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe Indians in Minnesota reached an agreement to offer simulcast wagering on horse races.


The Saskatchewan government has dropped plans to sell two casinos to the Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority.

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