The Wilton Rancheria has cleared yet another hurdle in its long-awaited quest for a casino in California.
The Shingle Springs Band of Miwok Indians doesn't owe $30 million to a former gaming partner, an appeals court in California ruled.
Chairman Raymond Hitchcock of the Wilton Rancheria is responding to criticism of his tribe's long-awaited casino development in northern California.
The Lytton Band of Pomo Indians plans to pay $13 million for a property that will be used as a parking lot for its Class II facility in California.
The Tule River Tribe signed a new Class III gaming compact that recognizes plans for an off-reservation casino in California.
The Wilton Rancheria expects to break ground on a long-awaited casino in northern California in mid-2018.
Local officials and union representatives are calling for ratification of the Wilton Rancheria's gaming agreement with the state of California.
Lawmakers in California are moving quickly to ratify a Class III gaming compact with the Wilton Rancheria.
The Jamul Indian Village has donate d $1.1 million to San Diego County in California for road improvements.
The Jamul Indian Village opened its casino to large crowds nearly a year ago yet still lacks a permanent liquor license for the $460 million facility.
The Wilton Rancheria continues to make progress on a long-awaited casino in northern California but opponents are still trying to tie the project up in court.
A federal appeals court is hearing arguments next month in a long-running lawsuit that has kept the Mechoopda Tribe has from opening a casino on ancestral territory in California.
It's hard to believe but the Mechoopda Tribe has been trying to build a casino in California for more than 15 years.
After fighting for decades to be restored to federal recognition, the Wilton Rancheria is closer than ever to opening a casino in California.
A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit that accused the Picayune Rancheria of the Chukchansi Indians of violating a contract with a gaming firm.
A new hotel tower, a pool complex and a completely-refreshed interior are coming to the Pala Casino Resort and Spa in southern California.
Call it a battle of East vs. West as the Mohegan Tribe dethroned the Pechanga Band of Luiseno Indians to win USA Today's poll of best casinos in the United States.
The Tachi-Yokut Tribe is hoping to attract more families to its gaming facility in California with a movie theater, bowling alley and more.
Good news keeps coming to the Wilton Rancheria, whose federal recognition was in limbo for 58 years.
The Bureau of Indian Affairs is standing by its decision to place land into trust for the Wilton Rancheria.
The Pechanga Band of Luiseno Indians said it is working with local authorities after a patron died at the tribe's casino in southern California.
The Yavapai-Apache Nation has once again prevailed in a long-running gaming dispute with the La Posta Band of Diegueno Mission Indians.
The Wilton Rancheria's plan for a $400 million casino in Elk Grove, California, remains the subject of considerable debate as opponents fight in and out of court.
It took the Wilton Rancheria more than three years to gain federal approval for a casino in northern California but opponents are accusing the tribe of rushing through the process.
PalaPoker.com has joined PalaCasino.com and PalaBingoUSA.com in offering legal online gaming for patrons in New Jersey.
The Coyote Valley Band of Pomo Indians is planning a 30,000 square-foot casino with a 101-room hotel at a new site in California.
The scoping report for the new Eagle Mountain Casino has been released but it's only a small step in a long process.
Security staff at the Chukchansi Gold Resort and Casino in California alerted authorities about the dangerous patron.
The southern California tribe is growing marijuana for dispensaries around the state.
A 14-story hotel with more than 500 rooms is due to open later this year at casino in southern California.
An amendment to the tribe's Class III gaming compact authorizes up to four more casinos in southern California.
The payments address the impacts of new development at the Cache Creek Casino Resort in Yolo County, California.
The tribe announced the project nearly a year ago but there doesn't appear to be much movement on the federal level
The Sycuan Casino in southern California will be seeing a 12-story hotel with 300 rooms, a 12,000-square-foot ballroom, new restaurants and a spa and fitness center.
The California tribe called the lawsuit 'unfounded and baseless' and an attempt at extortion.