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(02/17)

A popular and profitable form of gaming has sparked a controversy in Idaho between the state’s Indian tribes and horse racetracks.

(02/13)

Gaming issues are not typically a major issue in presidential campaigns.

(02/12)

The tribal council said allegations of credit card abuse have been reported to federal authorities.

(02/11)

Susan Marr gained access to the payroll system and issued herself unauthorized checks.

(02/05)

Members must have a high school diploma or GED and must complete a financial education course and a cultural assessment.

(02/03)

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

(02/02)

Assistant Secretary Kevin Washburn promised a decision in "early 2013" but that deadline has long passed.

(02/02)

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

(01/30)

The tribe clears up 'misinformation' about the tribal casino industry in Idaho.

(01/30)

The tribe could open a casino in Atlantic City or engage in gaming at a racetrack where it owns an 16 percent stake, should that become legal in the future.

(01/29)

Top lawmakers are corned that the devices look more like slot machines.

(01/27)

The New Jersey Casino Control Commission will hold a special meeting to consider the tribe's regulatory request.

(01/23)

A Senate committee advanced a bill to repeal the law that authorized bets on historical horse races.

(01/21)

Tribes say the devices resemble Class III slot machines.

(01/20)

Law enforcement authorities confirmed they are looking into the historical horse racing machines at a racetrack.

(01/19)

The victim, a tribal member, was assaulted and robbed on the reservation.

(01/16)

California boasts having the nation’s largest gambling industry with American Indian casinos, card rooms, race tracks and the lottery generating net revenues of roughly $10.4 billion a year.

(01/15)

Tribes that share gaming revenues on a per capita basis aren't improving the economic standing of their people, according to a new study.

(01/09)

The state is home to the largest number of tribal gaming facilities -- more than 100 and growing.

(01/08)

Kevin Seneca will serve as the new chairman of the board for the corporation.

(01/08)

The tribe still needs to hire a gaming commission before installing the machines.

(01/08)

The tribe plans to use the revenues for government services and programs.

(01/07)

Authorities found $5,400 in counterfeit bills at the casino and another $37,800 in the suspect's car.

(01/07)

State lawmakers authorized bets on historical races in 2013.

(01/06)

Council member Steve Cadue is accused of overspending and using a per capita trust fund as collateral without approval.

(01/06)

A former security guard is accused of stealing $132,500 from the casino vault.

(01/05)

The tribe lacks a Class III gaming compact so Class III games are illegal on the reservation.

(12/18)

The tribe and its partner want to turn a defunct racetrack into a casino.

(12/11)

Some tribal members raised questions about the payments and some even claimed they were a form of embezzlement.

(12/09)

The Washington House Commerce and Gaming Committee will be a part of the next legislative session.

(12/05)

The 23-year-old victim was robbed at gunpoint by an acquaintance who know he had won money at the casino.

(12/02)

Vladimir Quintana, 25, fled with a bag of cash but dumped it by an RV park by the casino.

(12/02)

Writer wonders whether the tribe's Internet gaming executive is a 'bad actor.'

(12/01)

The top two leaders of the general council allegedly refused to meet with the tribe's gaming commission.

(11/26)

The tribal casino industry, on the other hand, has grown by leaps and bounds.

(11/26)

The tribe says its gaming facility doesn't have to comply with a county ban on Sunday liquor sales.

(11/25)

An executive said PalaCasino.Com had a 'solid weekend' with little to no marketing.

(11/21)

The tribe strengthened its auditing procedures and will be working on campaign reform in the wake of the trial that captured the attention of its citizens.

(11/21)

Testing of PalaCasino.Com began this week for patrons based in New Jersey.

(11/20)

Jason Merida, the former head of construction for the tribe, took the stand in his own defense.

(11/19)

Chief Gary Batton's testimony comes as trial against a former tribal employee nears its end.

(11/18)

Greg Pyle accepted hundreds of thousands of dollars in campaign contributions from companies that performed casino work for the tribe.

(11/17)

Attorneys for a former tribal employee are expected to call Chief Gary Batton and former Chief Greg Pyle to the stand.

(11/17)

The tribe doesn't believe it falls under a ban on Sunday sales in Pottawatomie County.

(11/14)

Chief Gary Batton and former chief Greg Pyle haven't been charged with any crimes but both accepted gifts from outside companies that did business with the tribe.

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