All the pieces are falling into place as the tribe prepares to open the ilani Casino Resort in late April.
The Connecticut-based tribe lost out to a rival gaming firm owned by billionaire Steve Wynn.
Former president Bobby Soper, who is a tribal citizen, denied hiding anything.
A federal judge will go ahead with a previously scheduled hearing after the tribe said a settlement wasn't on the horizon.
Wenonah Sue Wagner is accused of stealing more than $23,000 from the Charging Horse Casino and Bingo in Montana.
Chief Phyliss Anderson said revenues are up $11 million and profits are up $2 million.
Opponents are trying to prevent the tribe from securing a liquor license for its southern California casino.
Jean Ann Blalock, a member of the Quapaw Tribe, was sworn into her position during the organization's fall meeting.
Mark Hanan won't be serving any prison time but was ordered to repay more than $12,000 to his former employer.
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump's racial attacks on Indian Country go back decades.
Details are sketchy but the incident occurred over the weekend at the River Spirit Casino Resort.
Chairman O'Neal Darden remains under indictment for allegedly accepting an unauthorized bonus from the Cypress Bayou Casino Hotel.
Angela Kephart blamed Chief Patrick Lambert for cutting her term short.
The decision came after extended talks with the state of New Jersey about illegal gambling websites.
The California tribe is investing more than $530,000 in the first year alone.
The Republican presidential candidate once attacked tribes on tax issues but avoided paying his own tax bill for years.
Ho-Chunk Gaming Madison was the only tribal casino in Wisconsin that wasn't allowed to serve liquor.
A new partnership with the Mohegan Tribe is already benefiting the Tunica-Biloxi Tribe's gaming facility.
Gaming enterprise board member Angela Kephart continues to stir controversy on the reservation.
The state's top gaming official is trying to blame the drop on the Tohono O'odham Nation without acknowledging his role in creating the situation.
Mark Hannan, 20, admitted he stole between $11,000 and $15,000 by create fake jackpots at the Native Star Casino and pocketing -- literally -- the proceeds.
The case was unusual by several accounts and even drew testimony from the tribe's longtime former chief and his hand-picked successor.
Tribes took in $29.9 billion in 2015, a 5 percent increase, and every region of Indian Country saw growth.
David Collins, 32, was the manager of the players club at the tribe's casino in Kansas.
Four tribes operate casinos in the state and they generated about $237 million in revenues in 2014.
Leaders of the North Carolina tribe accepted a proposal to stagger payments for minors, a move that comes with economic benefits.
The campaign was aimed at the St. Regis Mohawk Tribe, whose leaders were pursuing a casino that conflicted with the real estate mogul's interests.
O’Neal Darden Jr., who was elected last July, turned himself in to face charges in Louisiana state court.
Earnings were $86.3 million at the six Native casinos, representing a 2.6 percent increase from the year prior.
The Oklahoma tribe was hit with yet another notice of violation, the latest in a string of enforcement actions that date to the late 1990s.
Mark Hannan allegedly stole $15,000 in cash from the Native Star Casino on the Nebraska portion of the reservation.
The Republican presidential candidate's campaign manager in fact was a player in a scam that sent his boss -- a member of Congress -- to prison.
If the presumptive GOP nominee wins the presidency, he will hold considerable sway over the $28.5 billion and growing tribal casino industry.
Chief Patrick Lambert fired the commissioners in one of his first actions after taking office last year.
Kathryn Isom-Clause, a member of Taos Pueblo, was selected for the post by her colleagues.