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State claims that tribal casino sites were not validly placed in trust.


The tribe acquired the site in connection with a land claim settlement.


Property was acquired for $1.2 million.


An option has been secured for the potential development site.


Writer says officials in northern California should work with tribes instead of raising fears about gaming.


Opponents include the Nottawaseppi Huron Band of Potawatomi Indians and the Saginaw Chippewa Tribe.


Local opposition leads tribe to drop plans for a new facility.


The Cow Creek Band of Umpqua Tribe is still trying to stop the Coquille Tribe from opening a Class II facility in Oregon.


As expected, the town board in Henrietta, New York, passed a resolution on Wednesday to oppose a Seneca Nation off-reservation casino.


The Seneca Nation paid $2.7 million to acquire 32 acres for a potential off-reservation casino.


Residents and officials in Little Rock, Arkansas, are debating the merits of a potential casino from the Quapaw Tribe of Oklahoma.


The Seminole Tribe filed a land-into-trust application for a 10-acre site adjacent to its casino in Hollywood, Florida.


The Quapaw Tribe of Oklahoma is open to gaming in Arkansas, Chairman John Berrey said.


The Seneca Nation plans to acquire land in Henrietta, New York, for a new off-reservation casino.


The Wyandotte Nation of Oklahoma is still waiting for a decision on its off-reservation casino in Kansas.


The four federally recognized tribes currently based in Kansas are opposing a potential casino from the Delaware Tribe of Oklahoma.


The Delaware Tribe has a development agreement for a casino in Kansas, The Lawrence Journal-World reports.


The city of Coconut Creek, Florida, is supporting a land-into-trust application submitted by the Seminole Tribe for a site adjacent to one of its casinos.


The Delaware Tribe of Oklahoma is keeping its options open for a casino in Kansas.


The Dry Creek Rancheria will see a loss in revenue when the Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria open its casino next month, Chairman Harvey Hopkins said.


The shutdown of the federal government has halted work on the casino land-into-trust application submitted by the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe of Massachusetts.


The Delaware Tribe of Oklahoma is still working on a land-into-trust application for a newly acquired site in Kansas but gaming isn't on the agenda.


The Delaware Tribe of Oklahoma isn't looking to open a casino on newly acquired land in Kansas, Chief Paula Pechonick said.


The Catawba Nation of South Carolina has local support for a casino across the border in North Carolina but the tribe faces significant hurdles moving forward.


Jim Shore, a member of the Seminole Tribe who serves as general counsel, explains land-into-trust application for site next to Coconut Creek Casino.


Two Chippewa tribes are suing the city of Beloit, Wisconsin, over land that's being sold to the Ho-Chunk Nation for an off-reservation casino.


The Delaware Tribe of Oklahoma has made no secret of its campaign to "Return to Kansas" but The Lawrence Journal-World appears intent on proving a casino is already in the works. The tribe recently acquired...


It looks like the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians will start work on a second casino in North Carolina in October. The tribe completed the purchase of the land that will be used for the...


The Tonkawa Tribe of Oklahoma plans to open a gaming facility on newly acquired land, according to a press release from the Bureau of Indian Affairs. The BIA published notice of the 127-acre acquisition in...


The Wilton Rancheria of California has partnered with Boyd Gaming on its casino project. According to a Form 10-Q filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission, the company purchased a development agreement with the tribe...


The Wilton Rancheria of California has a backup site for its proposed gaming facility. The tribe presented plants this week for a casino near the city of Galt. But the tribe originally looked at a...


The Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians could open a second Class III facility, along with a hotel, on the reservation. The tribe runs the successful Harrah’s Cherokee Casino and Resort. A compact that was finalized...


The Wilton Rancheria of California, a recently recognized tribe, will be outlining plans for a casino at a city council meeting in Galt this evening. The tribe wants build a casino on a 160-acre site...


The Wilton Rancheria of California, a recently recognized tribe, is looking to join the Indian gaming industry. The tribe is submitting a land-into-trust application for 160 acres near the city of Galt. Plans call for...


The Bureau of Indian Affairs is considering another policy change in light of gaming litigation, according to Indian Country Today. Regulations require the BIA to publish notice of a land-into-trust acquisition in the Federal Register...

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