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Two California tribes are finally seeing action on their off-reservation gaming proposals.


The Redding Rancheria of California went to court last week to argue for the opportunity to open a new casino.


A judge in California heard arguments in a lawsuit that seeks to prevent the Jamul Indian Village from opening a casino on its reservation.


Two descendants of the Jamul Indian Village in California say the graves of their family members were removed for a $360 million casino project.


The San Manuel Band of Mission Indians in California has hired an Internet gaming expert to run a new venture.


Three people have pleaded guilty in connection with a corruption scheme involving a casino owned by the Twenty-Nine Palms Band of Mission Indians in California.


The Yurok Tribe is nearly finished with construction of a casino and hotel in the Redwoods of California.


Newspaper praises Sonoma County, California, for trying to find out if the Dry Creek Rancheria plans to build a new casino.


The Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians in California will spend more than $100 million on a gaming expansion project.


The Viejas Band of Kumeyaay Indians in California is relocating its bingo hall to its outlet mall.


Officials in Sonoma County, California, still think the Dry Creek Rancheria wants to open a new casino.


The Morongo Band of Mission Indians and three non-Indian card clubs remain in negotiations with a controversial Internet poker site.


The Twenty-Nine Palms Band of Mission Indians in California welcomed visitors to its new gaming facility on Monday.


Attorney Dennis J. Whittlesey says the boom times are over for the Dry Creek Rancheria of California now that the Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria are in the gaming business.


The Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians in California plans to expand its gaming facility.


Howard Stutz looks at the debate over the potential return of an Internet gaming giant to California.


More tribes are seeking to bar 'bad actors' from entering the Internet gaming industry in California.


Tribal casinos saw $28.1 billion in revenues in 2012, according to Casino City’s Indian Gaming Industry Report.


The California Tribal Business Alliance wants to ensure an Internet poker site that was shut down by the federal government can't do business in California.


Tribes are backing two bills to legalize Internet poker games in California.


The Dry Creek Rancheria of California has taken a big hit in gaming revenues ever since the opening of a nearby casino, Chairman Harvey Hopkins said.


California Gov. Jerry Brown (D) had the authority to approve an off-reservation casino for the North Fork Rancheria of Mono Indians, a state judge ruled.


The Twenty-Nine Palms Band of Mission Indians in California will open its second gaming facility on March 31.


Columnist looks at the debate over new casinos, including off-reservation casinos, in California.


The North Fork Rancheria of Mono Indians of California filed suit to block a referendum on its Class III gaming compact.


The Big Lagoon Rancheria of California is asking the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals to rehear a gaming case that could impact tribes across the nation.


Raymond Hunter, the chairman of the Jamul Indian Village in California, explains why his tribe is pursuing gaming.


The Los Coyotes Band of Cahuilla and Cupeno Indians will be in Washington, D.C., to discuss its off-reservation casino in Barstow, California.


The California State Auditor released a report into the Indian Gaming Special Distribution Fund.


California tribes are investing gaming revenues in their communities and that's helping improve the health of Native youth, a researcher said.


The Rincon Band of Luiseño Indians in California is getting ready to debut a $160 million expansion of its casino.


Lucille Lugo, a grandmother from the Pala Band of Mission Indians in California, was known for her tamales and her love of poker.


The Karuk Tribe says its gaming facility will create 300 jobs in Siskiyou County, California.


The opening or expansion of a tribal casino reduces the risk of obesity in Native American children, according to the results of a new study.


In the past, off-reservation casino proposals drew opposition from local groups and members of Congress.

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