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(03/20)

Chief Glenda Wallace said the tribe will be hiring between 100 to 150 people to work at the facility.

(03/19)

The tribe says Gov. Rick Scott (R) has not come to the table since talks faltered a year ago.

(03/19)

The tribe plans to add hotels, restaurants and other amenities at four facilities as it pursues an off-reservation casino.

(03/17)

The tribe is down to about 900 members and critics say one leader wants to cut the rolls even further.

(03/16)

The Alabama-Coushatta Tribe and the Tigua Tribe are currently barred from gaming on their reservations.

(03/12)

The Coquille Tribe is facing intense opposition from the Cow Creek Band of Umpqua Tribe.

(03/11)

The tribe added a 99-room, four-story hotel to the casino in Immokalee amid talk of additional expansion plans.

(03/10)

The West Valley Resort represents a major economic boost for construction companies and workers who were hit so hard by the recession.

(03/10)

The state claims the tribe promised not to use the land for gaming if it was placed in trust.

(03/09)

It took 15 months and 600 workers to build the 1,700-space garage.

(03/06)

The tribe might add a 1.2-million square-foot hotel with 537 rooms to the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel in Tampa.

(03/06)

Of the 135 employees at the new casino, more than 100 are tribal citizens.

(03/05)

The tribe needs a local height variance for the 1.2-million square-foot, 16-floor tower.

(03/03)

Some 5,000 workers will be needed during the two-year construction period.

(03/02)

The tribe has put more than 1,300 people to work on construction of the West Valley Resort.

(03/02)

The casino at National Harbor will feature 3,600 slot machines, 140 table games, a 300-room hotel, a 3,000-seat venue, several restaurants and retail shops.

(02/27)

Some of the renovations will be complete by this summer while the bigger ticket items will take longer.

(02/26)

Chad McReynolds started off as a card dealer at the casino in Roland and has risen through the ranks.

(02/26)

The tribe will be hiring 50 to 70 more people as part of the expansion.

(02/26)

A job fair will be held March 5 at the River Spirit Casino in Tulsa.

(02/25)

The tribe just announced the first hires for the new Three Rivers Casino.

(02/24)

More than 1,000 people were put out of work when the casino closed as a result of an internal leadership dispute.

(02/23)

The Bordertown Casino and Arena is undergoing a makeover based on a rodeo theme.

(02/23)

Work at the Fond-du-Luth Casino will begin this summer and will take about four months.

(02/19)

The Tanger Outlets at Foxwoods Resort Casino will open May 21 and employ 900 people.

(02/19)

The project will be finished in time for the busy Memorial Day weekend.

(02/18)

The tribe is holding a job fair on March 16 to start filling more than 800 positions.

(02/17)

Plans call for a full-service spa, a second golf course, a new hotel entrance and numerous renovations throughout the facility.

(02/16)

Chief Cheryl Smith is still considering whether to push for a Class III gaming compact.

(02/16)

The tribe added 98 hotel rooms, a cafe, steakhouse and a 10,000-square-foot conference center to the facility.

(02/16)

The state is home to five casinos and a sixth one, less than 10 miles from the U.S. Capitol, is on the way.

(02/11)

A federal judge said it was 'reasonable' to withhold checks from people whose enrollment status is being questioned.

(02/11)

The tribe plans to spend $15 million to expand the Downstream Casino Resort onto trust land in Kansas.

(02/10)

The Yellow Brick Road Casino will be located in a shopping plaza but a liquor store there won't be sticking around.

(02/10)

A county claims the tribe promised not to use the land for gaming.

(02/10)

Reggie Lewis and Nancy Ayala say they have been recognized as the rightful leaders.

(02/09)

The tribe is on track to open an off-reservation casino by the end of the year.

(02/09)

The Yellow Brick Road Casino is due to open this spring.

(02/06)

The tribe will build a standalone hotel at the Mohegan Sun amid an expansion of gaming in New England.

(02/03)

The tribe and the track are now at odds over historical horse racing machines that are being investigated by law enforcement authorities.

(02/03)

The Louisiana-based tribe paid $6 million for a site in DeKalb County, Georgia.

(02/02)

The tribe operates Class II and Class III facilities in New Mexico and Arizona.

(02/02)

The Choctaws had hired disgraced lobbyist Jack Abramoff to prevent the Poarch Creeks from expanding their gaming empire.

(02/02)

The event was to be held at a non-Indian racetrack where disputed gaming machines are being offered.

(01/30)

The results will help determine whether to pursue new opportunities.

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