The Four Winds Casino in South Bend will be the first tribal gaming facility in Indiana.

The Spokane Tribe is fully funding a highway project that will benefit its new casino in Washington.

The Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe is eager to restart work on its casino in Massachusetts and so is a key partner.

The Wildhorse Resort and Casino in Pendleton, Oregon, will see a new hotel tower, a bowling alley, five new restaurants and more movie screens as part of an $85 million expansion.

Some Native leaders say they are being 'frozen out' of discussions for the seventh gaming facility in Saskatchewan.

The Tohono O'odham Nation is undertaking a major expansion of its newest casino after resolving a contentious dispute in Arizona.

The Stockbridge-Munsee Community has placed $923,000 an escrow account as a gaming dispute plays out in federal court in Wisconsin.

A federal appeals court has dealt a blow to the state of Kansas in its attempt to prevent the Quapaw Tribe from expanding a casino onto ancestral territory.

The Saginaw Chippewa Tribe is expanding its gaming empire in Michigan.

The Spokane Tribe and the U.S. Air Force are both disputing claims being made about a new casino in Washington.

Sean Ross has been promoted to regional vice president of casino marketing at the Harrah’s Cherokee Casino in North Carolina.

The Nooksack Tribe has yet to comment publicly on the status of its shuttered casino in Washington.

The Muscogee Nation is warning one of its citizens not to engage in gaming on his allotment in Oklahoma.

The Nooksack Tribe has been forced to close its casino in Washington amid a long-running disenrollment and leadership dispute.

The National Indian Gaming Commission has ordered the Nooksack Tribe to close its casino in Washington.

Twice a year, the tribe shares 2 percent of slot machine win with local communities and another 8 percent with the state.

Profits from a new gaming facility in Saskatchewan will benefit all First Nations in the province.

The Seminole Tribe continues to expand its hospitality empire with a new facility in Daytona Beach, Florida.

Gaming is still on the table on an Indian allotment in Oklahoma that was the subject of a political and legal controversy.

PalaPoker.com has joined PalaCasino.com and PalaBingoUSA.com in offering legal online gaming for patrons in New Jersey.

Since the Gun Lake Casino opened in 2011, the Match-E-Be-Nash-She-Wish Band of Pottawatomi Indians has shared more than $93 million with Michigan.

The Coyote Valley Band of Pomo Indians is planning a 30,000 square-foot casino with a 101-room hotel at a new site in California.

Business appears to be booming at the ilani Casino Resort, Washington's newest tribal gaming facility.

It's starting to look like the Oneida Nation might be right about the gaming market in upstate New York.

Citizens of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians are vowing to fight back after their anti-casino petition fell just five votes short.

Local officials in Washington are hoping to prevent the Spokane Tribe from opening a new gaming facility in just a matter of months.

It's going to cost a lot of money to make sure no one connects the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City to the president.

The new facility is going up on land that was placed into trust on the last full day of the Obama administration.

Work on the two Ojibwa Casinos in Michigan will be completed in 2018 as adjustments are made to the budget for the $40 million effort

The Wa She Shu Casino is operated in partnership with the Poarch Band of Creek Indians.

Meanwhile, the National Indian Gaming Commission appears to be looking into the company that is behind the effort.

The Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians could be forced to rethink plans for a $25 million casino.

Tribal citizens voted overwhelmingly to move the Palace Casino and Hotel to a different location in Cass Lake, Minnesota, that sees more traffic.

A highly-charged gaming dispute that set off a litigation, legislation and lobbying frenzy is finally coming to an end.

Opponents are planning to take the case to the U.S. Supreme Court in hopes of stopping the tribe from opening a Class II facility on its reservation.