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(08/29)

Thanks to its gaming enterprise, the tribe has put more than 3,000 people to work and has a payroll of more than $80 million.

(08/22)

Vince Van Patten appeared in ads for the tribe's casino for 12 years.

(08/21)

The Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria allow smoking on the gaming floor, as so most other major tribal casinos in California.

(08/18)

The head of the Navajo Nation Gaming Enterprise is keeping a close eye on an anti-smoking movement that's sweeping the reservation.

(08/18)

Wendy Reeve had been overseeing operations at the tribe's casino casinos for a little over a year.

(08/08)

Justin Joe 'Cowboy' Armstrong was a 28-year-old tribal member.

(08/06)

Survey shows most casino patrons don't smoke but a significant number of tribal members do.

(08/04)

A tribal police officer shot and killed a man who was brandishing a rifle at the facility.

(07/31)

The facility remained opened as the fire was quickly contained.

(07/31)

The 27-year-old woman brought 1.5 ounces of meth to the Treasure Island Resort and Casino.

(07/31)

The survey was the first of its kind at a tribal gaming facility in Wisconsin.

(07/25)

Tribal leaders said they were tired of 'racist comments' from the controversial rocker.

(07/23)

The tribe wants to build a $600 million commercial casino at the site of a former resort.

(07/23)

The chairman of the National Indian Gaming Association will be inducted at a ceremony in September.

(07/22)

The tribe found out about the rocker's racist attitudes and views.

(07/11)

Tribal authorities apprehend suspect who is accused of stealing $10,000 from elderly women.

(07/03)

Samuel Askew said bad habits had him tipping the scales at 337 pounds.

(07/01)

Another poll, on the other hand, shows strong support for the Mohegan Tribe's commercial casino.

(06/26)

Survey didn't ask any direct questions about tribal gaming.

(06/26)

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

(06/09)

The patron was part of a tour group at the Twin Arrows Navajo Casino.

(06/06)

Another suite at the Tulalip Resort Casino runs $2,500 a night.

(06/03)

Mario C. Kontomerkos, Chief Financial Officer of the Mohegan Tribal Gaming Authority, or the Authority, will present on behalf of the authority.

(05/30)

Save Hickory Ground staged a rally that was shut down by security guards.

(05/22)

Daniel Mossett went missing in November 2013.

(05/21)

Body is believed to be that of a Native American.

(05/12)

The Quapaw Tribe of Oklahoma is keeping things local with its casino restaurant.

(05/06)

Gaming tribes contributed $10 billion to the economy in California in 2012, according to a study commissioned by the California Nations Indian Gaming Association.

(05/06)

Authorities in New Mexico arrested a man who was suspected of stealing poker chips at a casino owned by Pojoaque Pueblo.

(04/30)

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

(04/29)

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

(04/29)

Indian Country Today interviews Thomas Beauty, the vice president of the Arizona Indian Gaming Association, about the tribal casino industry.

(04/29)

The Seneca Nation of New York is holding a casino job fair today.

(04/25)

Sen. Jeff Flake (R-Arizona) said he opposes the Tohono O'odham Nation off-reservation casino.

(04/23)

A public school teacher resigned after being arrested for robbery at a casino owned by the Poarch Band of Creek Indians in Alabama.

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