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Citizen Potawatomi Nation security guard brought gun to casino

Citizen Potawatomi Nation security guard brought gun to casino

An employee who was shot and killed at the tribe's casino in Oklahoma had only been on the job for a few months.

Cowlitz Tribe hosts job far as opening date for casino approaches

Cowlitz Tribe hosts job far as opening date for casino approaches

The ilani Casino Resort is due to open April 17 as opponents seek to derail it at the U.S. Supreme Court.

Shawnee Tribe forced to look far away for off-reservation casino

Shawnee Tribe forced to look far away for off-reservation casino

The proposed Golden Mesa Casino is more than 400 miles from tribal headquarters in Oklahoma.

FBI leads probe into Citizen Potawatomi Nation casino shooting

FBI leads probe into Citizen Potawatomi Nation casino shooting

A 22-year-old employee of the Grand Casino Hotel Resort in Oklahoma died after being shot.

Wilton Rancheria slams non-Indian interests for fighting casino

Wilton Rancheria slams non-Indian interests for fighting casino

The tribe has made significant progress on its land-into-trust application but outsiders are trying to derail the $400 million project.

Editorial: Tule River Tribe deserves support for casino relocation

Editorial: Tule River Tribe deserves support for casino relocation

'The Tule River Tribe have been good stewards of their casino profits.'

One reported dead in Citizen Potawatomi Nation casino shooting

One reported dead in Citizen Potawatomi Nation casino shooting

The shooting took place among employees at the Grand Casino Hotel Resort in Shawnee, Oklahoma.

Nearly every New Mexico tribe operating with 'approved' gaming compact

Nearly every New Mexico tribe operating with 'approved' gaming compact

Of the 17 tribes with casinos, 16 signed agreements whose provisions have raised concerns at the Bureau of Indian Affairs.

Supreme Court hears argument in lone Indian law case on docket

Supreme Court hears argument in lone Indian law case on docket

The justices are trying to determine whether an employee of the Mohegan Tribe enjoys sovereign immunity.

Penobscot Nation develops plan to bottle vodka for tribal casinos

Penobscot Nation develops plan to bottle vodka for tribal casinos

Chief Kirk Francis wouldn't confirm details of the operation, which has generated some controversy on the Maine reservation.

Shawnee Tribe poised to win approval for off-reservation casino

Shawnee Tribe poised to win approval for off-reservation casino

The Bureau of Indian Affairs has concluded that a lengthy environmental impact statement isn't needed for the project in Oklahoma.

Nottawaseppi Huron Band addresses education in new casino deal

Nottawaseppi Huron Band addresses education in new casino deal

The Michigan Native American Heritage Fund can be used to help schools eliminate harmful mascots.

Tule River Tribe starts lengthy process to move casino to new site

Tule River Tribe starts lengthy process to move casino to new site

The tribe must gain approval from the Bureau of Indian Affairs as well as the governor of California.

Kaw Nation joins with frontmen of KISS for casino expansion project

Kaw Nation joins with frontmen of KISS for casino expansion project

The frontment of the legendary rock band are opening their first Rock & Brews casino with the tribe.

Los Coyotes Band still waiting for answer on off-reservation casino

Los Coyotes Band still waiting for answer on off-reservation casino

The Bureau of Indian Affairs has yet to make a decision on the project in Barstow, California.

Ho-Chunk Nation still pushing off-reservation casino in Wisconsin

Ho-Chunk Nation still pushing off-reservation casino in Wisconsin

The proposed casino in Beloit has been under review at the Bureau of Indian Affairs for more than four years.

Indian gaming on agenda for winter meeting of state lawmakers

Indian gaming on agenda for winter meeting of state lawmakers

The National Council of Legislators from Gaming States is meeting in Arizona, where new tribal compacts were just signed.

Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe enters new year with casino in limbo

Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe enters new year with casino in limbo

The $1 billion project is on hold as a result of litigation from casino opponents in Massachustts.

Tohono O'odham Nation heads to trial in casino feud with state

Tohono O'odham Nation heads to trial in casino feud with state

The Desert Diamond West Valley Casino and Resort still can't offer Class III games a year after opening to large crowds.

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