A former employee of the Poarch Band of Creek Indians and her mother admitted they cheated one of the tribe's casinos in Alabama out of more than $500,000.

Federal authorities announced charges against 19 people in connection with a bank fraud scheme at the casino owned by the Nottawaseppi Huron Band of the Potawatomi in Michigan.

A second former leader of the Winnebago Tribe was sentenced to probation for his role in the theft of gaming funds.

Under a gaming initiative approved by voters in 2002, the Nez Perce Tribe dedicates 5 percent of net revenues to education in Idaho.

Two more guilty pleas have been reached in a blackjack scam at the casino owned by the Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate.

Lawrence Payer, 71, was the first former council member to plead guilty and the first to be sentenced for his role in taking gaming funds from the Winnebago Tribe.

The National Indian Gaming Association has joined a coalition whose goal is to repeal a ban on sports betting but doesn't actually support sports betting at this point.

Oklahoma is home to more Indian gaming facilities than any other state and the industry shows no signs of slowing down.

Tribal casinos employ in Oklahoma employ about 28,000 people and contribute to another 42,700 jobs in the state.

Call it a battle of East vs. West as the Mohegan Tribe dethroned the Pechanga Band of Luiseno Indians to win USA Today's poll of best casinos in the United States.

The Stillaguamish Tribe is welcoming electric vehicle users to its casino in Washington.

A man walked away with a 'large amount' of cash from the Sage Hill Casino in Idaho, according to the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes.

The Pechanga Band of Luiseno Indians said it is working with local authorities after a patron died at the tribe's casino in southern California.

While a husband scammed investors out of millions of dollars, his wife was gambling the money at a casino owned by the Puyallup Tribe in Washington.

A blown electrical transformer behind the Indian Head Casino in Oregon sparked a wildfire that grew to 2,000 acres.

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

David Bean, a council member from the Puyallup Tribe, was sworn in as vice chairman of the National Indian Gaming Association on June 20.

Charles Aldrich, a former council member, admitted to one count of theft from a gaming establishment in a case that ensnared nine former leaders of the Winnebago Tribe.

A partnership with the Washington Indian Gaming Association will connect students to the tribal casino industry.

A manhunt involving tribal, local and state police led to the capture of a casino theft suspect in northeastern Oklahoma.

Spending on lobbying by gaming tribes hit a record high of more than $26.5 million in 2015, the same year that tribal gaming revenues experienced their highest growth in recent years.

A former employee of the Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate casino in South Dakota has admitted to his role in a blackjack scheme.

The former secretary of the tribe is the second person to admit to a crime.

The tribe took action after high levels of chemicals were found in water wells in Airway Heights, Washington.

Liquor sales at the Spirit Lake Casino and Resort are supposed to fund an alcohol and drug rehabilitation center.

Kathy George, who has worked at FireKeepers Casino Hotel in Michigan for more than five years, is taking on a new role as chief executive officer.

The tribe plans to choose one of its own to serve as chief executive officer of its gaming operation in Arizona.

Colten N. Curley, 19, allegedly stole more than $64,000 over 42 separate occasions at the casino in Idaho.

Lawrence Payer is the first of nine former leaders to admit his role in the theft of gaming funds.

Security staff at the Chukchansi Gold Resort and Casino in California alerted authorities about the dangerous patron.

A 73-year-old bathroom attendant at the Foxwoods Resort Casino was punched in the face because the water was too cold for the officer.

The Fire Hub consists of a restaurant and pantry aimed at helping the community in Battle Creek, Michigan.

The agreement allows officers in Clark County, Washington, to enforce the law on the reservation.

Max Garett Moede apparently set fire to his trailer home at the 4 Bears Casino and Lodge after losing his job at the facility.

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