'Hard Rock' no more-Isleta Pueblo going back to roots at casino (November 8, 2012)

Isleta Pueblo in New Mexico will no longer be tied to the Hard Rock entertainment brand. The tribe has been paying $1 million a year to use the "Hard Rock" name at its gaming facility near Albuquerque. The tribe also...

Eastern Cherokee council tables evaluation for potential casino (November 8, 2012)

The Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians of North Carolina has tabled a resolution affecting a second casino, The Cherokee Scout reports. The tribal council has been pursuing a Class II facility in Cherokee County. But some of the land...

Shakopee Tribe starts serving alcohol at casino for the first time (November 8, 2012)

The Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community of Minnesota has started serving liquor at its casino. The Mystic Steakhouse at the Mystic Lake Casino Hotel began selling beer, wine and liquor yesterday. Other venues in the facility will soon offer liquor although...

Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations eyes online gaming (November 8, 2012)

The Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations says Internet gaming is here to stay. The FSIN isn't involved with an online casino just launched by the White Bear First Nations. But the group says the province should prepare for a new...

More competition in Northeast with table games in Rhode Island (November 8, 2012)

Voters in Rhode Island authorized table games at a slot machine facility, bringing more competition to the growing gaming market in the Northeast. Casino-style facilities are now legal in Rhode Island, Connecticut, Massachusetts, New York and Maryland. That's seen as...