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The tribe will be 'flipping the switch' to accept real money at PrivateTable.Com next week.


The fire, planning, public works and sheriff's departments in Santa Barbara County have raised questions about the $160 million project.


The Santee Sioux Tribe of Nebraska is hoping to turn its modest casino into a destination resort.


BloombergView says governments shouldn't depend on gaming to boost their revenues or economically depressed areas.


The Potawatomi Hotel & Casino took in $352 million in the last year, down from $363 million a year prior.


Newspaper welcomes new Class II gaming facility from the Confederated Tribes of Coos, Lower Umpqua and Siuslaw Indians.


The $90 million expansion, which includes a 200-room hotel, is expected to open by the end of 2016.


The project has been in the works for several years and was supposed to be finished by July of this year.


Visitors can book rooms at the Potawatomi Hotel & Casino for stays starting August 18.


Since the start of 2014, the casino has recorded nearly $190 million in net revenue.


The 15,000 square-foot Three Rivers Casino Coos Bay is expected to open in May 2015.


Dave Palermo reports on the continued growth of Indian gaming in Oklahoma, home to more casinos than any other state.


Chief George Tiger expresses frustration with delays for a federal permit.


The 371,000 square-foot hotel features 381 rooms on 19 floors.


President Barry Snyder said the casino has been operating at capacity since the doors opened on July 4.


Th tribe is adding a 12-story hotel with 215 rooms to the Chumash Casino Resort.


The popular Mickey Mantle’s Steakhouse will be located in the new hotel at the River Spirit Casino.


The tribe is adding a 12-story hotel with 215 rooms to the facility.


The Cherokee Nation is suing to prevent the UKB casino site from going into trust.


Primary servers are on the reserve in Quebec, Canada, and secondary servers are on the reservation in the U.S.


The tribe launched the site last week and appears to be accepting money bets.


The tribe is adding a parking garage, spa and an event space to the facility.


The Catawba Nation saw large crowds at its new bingo facility in South Carolina.


The tribe is leasing the restricted allotment from a Cherokee family.


WUWM talks to one of the Oneida Nation women featured in The Bingo Queens of Oneida: How Two Moms Started Tribal Gaming in Wisconsin.


The facility offers up to 1,300 seats and jackpots up to $100,000.


Gov. Gregory Mendoza of the Gila River Indian Community accuses the Tohono O'odham Nation of exploiting casino loopholes.


The facility near the Kansas border will be the tribe's eighth casino.


Gaming revenues in the city have fallen $2.8 billion since 2006.


The Oglala Sioux Tribe is currently in negotiations with the state of South Dakota on its current gaming compact and may move to expand its gaming operations.


Chief George Tiger said the project will be completed in early 2016.


The tribe is now one of the largest employers in Lake County.


The casino in Roland will include a hotel with 120 rooms.


Tribe just completed a $28 million expansion of the casino.


The new area is expected to open by the end of the year.

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