Three men were acquitted for operating a casino that was not authorized by the St. Regis Mohawk Tribe of New York.
The Seneca Nation of New York is almost done with a $26 million casino renovation project.
The Seneca Nation of New York plans to open a Class II gaming facility.
Gaming opponents are still trying to shut down the off-reservation casino operated by the Seneca Nation of New York.
The United South and Eastern Tribes say the Cayuga Nation has a right to engage in gaming on its ancestral land in New York.
Writer says voters in New York make the right call on a referendum to expand non-Indian gaming:
Voters in New York easily approved a referendum to expand non-Indian gaming.
Four men are on trial for operating a casino that not authorized by the St. Regis Mohawk Tribe of New York
Federal and state authorities are investigating a fire that destroyed a trailer that was being used by the Shinnecock Nation of New York for its gaming office.
A federal judge sent a lawsuit that challenges a gaming agreement with the Oneida Nation back to New York state court.
Writer disputes claims behind a referendum [PDF: Proposal 1] to expand non-Indian gaming in New York.
A fire completely destroyed a trailer that the Shinnecock Nation of New York was using for its gaming activities.
A majority of voters in New York City support a referendum to expand non-Indian gaming in the state.
New York Times calls on voters to reject a referendum to expand non-Indian gaming.
Opponents of a referendum to expand non-Indian gaming in New York are being outspent by supporters.
The St. Regis Mohawk Tribe is once again sharing gaming revenues with communities in New York but one county is weighing litigation.
Gaming interests, including tribes and non-Indian companies, have spent $59 million in New York since 2005.
The shutdown of the federal government has delayed resolution of a gaming and land settlement between the Oneida Nation and the state of New York.
With voters being asked to authorize an expansion of non-Indian gaming this November, The New York Times puts casinos in its Room for Debate, including this opinion from an economics professor:
Communities in western New York received $34.5 million in gaming revenues thanks to the Seneca Nation.
Four non-Indian casinos will generate $430 million a year, according to the New York State Division of the Budget.
Voters in New York appear poised to approve a referendum that authorizes as many as seven non-Indian casinos in the state.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) will campaign for a referendum that authorizes as many a seven non-Indian casinos.
Voters in New York will be asked to authorize up to seven non-Indian casinos next year.
Barry Snyder, the president of the Seneca Nation, says gaming is helping the tribe diversify its economy.
Columnist reflects on wording for non-Indian gaming referendum in New York.
Government watchdogs and casino opponents in New York are questioning the way a non-Indian gaming referendum is being presented on the November ballot.
The Seneca Nation is promising a developer up to $8 million for an off-reservation casino in Rochester, New York. The tribe announced an agreement with developer David Flaum. The deal includes a $3 million development...
Workers put the finishing touches on a permanent Seneca Nation off-reservation casino in Buffalo, New York. Photo Seneca Buffalo Creek Casino The Seneca Nation will host a grand opening for its permanent off-reservation casino...
Two towns in New York are challenging a gaming agreement between Oneida Nation and Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D).
The Seneca Nation is exploring plans for another off-reservation casino in New York.
The Seneca Nation has opened a permanent off-reservation casino in Buffalo, New York, ahead of schedule. The $130 million Seneca Buffalo Creek Casino welcomed its first visitors on Monday, Buffalo Business First reported. That's three...
The Cayuga Nation was in court on Friday to dispute a gaming deal between the Oneida Nation and the state of New York.
The Seneca Nation shared $349 million in gaming revenues with the state of New York, with three communities receiving big checks in long-awaited funds. The tribe withheld more than $550 million as part of a...
Newspaper calls on New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) to resolve gaming issues with the Cayuga Nation: Shortly after the Oneidas' deal was announced, the Cayuga Indian Nation of New York began legal maneuvers to...