Seneca Nation woman joins NIGC as special assistant (July 7, 2005)

Natalie Hemlock, a member of the Seneca Nation of New York, has joined the National Indian Gaming Commission as a special assistant. Hemlock comes to the NIGC with more than 20 years of experience in tribal issues. She worked...

Apache woman questions probe into casino wins (July 7, 2005)

Sandra Rambler, a member of the San Carlos Apache Tribe of Arizona, welcomes the state's investigation into her winning streak at the tribe's casino but questions the motives behind the probe. Rambler won three cars -- including two in...

Three tribes compete for casinos in Barstow (July 7, 2005)

Three tribes, some hundreds of miles away, are competing for a chance to host a casino in Barstow, California. Located along an interstate between Los Angeles and Las Vegas, Barstow is seen as an ideal market. That's why the Chemehuevi...

New York court won't rehear gaming challenge (July 7, 2005)

The New York Court of Appeals on Wednesday refused to hear a challenge to the expansion of gaming in the state. In the wake of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, state lawmakers authorized six tribal casinos and video lottery...