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(01/28)

The entire project will last about 18 months but a portion of the new casino will open this fall.

(01/28)

The Golden Moon Hotel and Casino will host a grand reopening on Saturday.

(01/26)

The so-called unification council plans to submit an agreement to the National Indian Gaming Commission.

(01/23)

The tribe will pay $250,000 up front and $30,000 a year for city services.

(01/22)

The casino will be built on land that elders consider to be sacred.

(01/22)

Rival factions continue to duke it out in federal court as their casino remains closed.

(01/21)

The city took action in response to a bill in the 114th Congress that would block the casino.

(01/20)

The 170,000 square-foot facility features a hotel with 120 rooms and space to host conferences, events, weddings and trade shows.

(01/19)

The casino has grown to include 950 hotel rooms, an entertainment pavilion and a golf course.

(01/16)

The Harrah's Cherokee Casino Resort will operate as usual and the Harrah’s Cherokee Valley River Casino is on track to open this fall.

(01/15)

A jury voted unanimously to overturn guilty verdicts against Wayland Gray.

(01/15)

The tribe has won a series of federal and state court decisions affirming its right to use its trust land for a gaming facility.

(01/14)

Wayland Gray was trying to bless a burial site when he was arrested and later convicted.

(01/13)

The tribe could spend up to $200 million on its hotel in the Bay Area.

(01/13)

Poydras Gaming Finance Corp. will supply 600 Class III machines and provide up to $5.5 million for renovations and developments at two facilities.

(01/12)

The $5 million Class II facility will employ about 80 people.

(01/09)

A court hearing is scheduled for February as the casino remains closed for another month.

(01/08)

More than 1,000 people have been put out of work.

(01/08)

The tribe still needs to hire a gaming commission before installing the machines.

(12/22)

The Yellow Brick Road Casino is due to open in the spring of 2015.

(12/17)

The project is about a third of the way through and the casino is expected to open in mid-2016.

(12/17)

Elders were the first guests of the five-story, 125-room facility on Monday.

(12/17)

Construction on the $25 million expansion will start in the spring and last 12 months.

(12/16)

Chairman Robert Martin discuses the benefits of Indian gaming.

(12/16)

A federal judge said the activity on the Desert Rose Bingo site falls into the Class III category.

(12/15)

The Golden Moon Hotel and Casino will boast upgrades to the casino floor and to the hotel rooms.

(12/15)

Crews put out a blaze that hit a propane tank behind the facility.

(12/11)

Jimmie J.J. Walker of 'Good Times' kicks things off with performances on January 2 and January 3.

(12/11)

The 25,000 square-foot addition features a club, VIP lounge, bowling alley, billiards and shuffleboard room and an entertainment venue that seats 500

(12/10)

The project includes a 65-room hotel and a new gaming floor.

(12/10)

At 27 stories, the Morongo Casino Resort & Spa is the tallest building in Riverside County.

(12/10)

The tribe plans to build a $15 million casino expansion on newly acquired land in Kansas.

(12/09)

Police chief John Oliveira and officer Tim Tofaute are out on bond while the tribal leaders that hired them remain in jail.

(12/08)

A construction firm owned by a tribal member is working on the project.

(12/08)

The tribe is adding a 65-room hotel and a new gaming floor to the Shoshone Rose Casino.

(12/05)

The tribe has secured a favorable land determination from the National Indian Gaming Commission.

(12/01)

MGM Resorts International is building a $925 million casino less than 10 miles from the U.S. Capitol.

(11/28)

The tribe made changes to the gaming floor an added a club with a billiards area, shuffleboard area and bowling alley.

(11/25)

An executive said PalaCasino.Com had a 'solid weekend' with little to no marketing.

(11/24)

Jason Merida, the former head of construction for the tribe, remains free until sentencing.

(11/24)

Reggie Lewis and Nancy Ayala say rival leaders are trying to bring up issues that aren't

(11/21)

Jason Merida is the seventh person found guilty in a case that started when the tribe discovered it had been cheated into purchasing $8.5 million in steel for a casino expansion project.

(11/20)

Jason Merida, the former head of construction for the tribe, took the stand in his own defense.

(11/20)

The project includes a 27-story hotel and a new 'Margaritaville' gaming and entertainment complex.

(11/19)

Chief Gary Batton's testimony comes as trial against a former tribal employee nears its end.

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