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(10/17)

The electronic machines will be removed by November 15.

(10/16)

The casino will remain closed as the judge urges the rivals to work out their differences.

(10/16)

The tribe anticipates an opening for a 27-story hotel and Margaritaville venue sometime in 2016.

(10/15)

Two factions have united in an attempt to reopen the casino.

(10/13)

The state of California and the federal government took action after an armed confrontation at the facility.

(10/13)

The Bureau of Indian Affairs approved Class III gaming procedures that will remain in effect until 2040.

(10/13)

The state is home to five casinos and a sixth one near Washington, D.C., will open in 2016.

(10/10)

The Madera County Sheriff is keeping the peace after a rocky night at the facility.

(10/08)

Lt. Gov. Carlos Hisa said the games have generated revenues for education, health and language programs.

(10/07)

The state contends the sweepstakes machines are illegal.

(10/06)

A group that wanted to stop the casino has lost repeatedly in the courts.

(10/06)

A council member was removed from her post for reportedly removing all of the cash from the casino.

(10/02)

A date hasn't been set but a groundbreaking is scheduled to take place this month.

(09/29)

Construction is slated to begin next month and is due to be finished sometime in 2016.

(09/25)

The tribe plans to break ground next month after finalizing an environmental evaluation for the $160 million project.

(09/25)

The tribe will pay $150,000 to San Diego County to address the impacts of the project.

(09/24)

The $160 million project includes a hotel tower with 215 rooms, 75,000 additional square-feet of gaming space, a 20,000 square-foot pool deck, new food and beverage venues and a parking garage with 584 spaces.

(09/17)

The tribe plans to add a 12-story hotel, more gaming space, new food and beverage venues and a parking garage as part of a $160 million expansion.

(09/15)

Newspaper praises the Cherokee Nation for creating jobs and revenue with plans for an entertainment district and outlet center next to the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino.

(09/15)

The tribe has reduced its workforce, slashed per capita payments, halted local revenue sharing payments and has gone into default on its debt.

(09/11)

The new tower at the Choctaw Casino Resort in Durant will stop at 14 floors rather than 22 as originally planned.

(09/09)

The Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma continues its streak of major gaming-related developments.

(09/05)

Newspaper welcomes $170 million Cherokee Nation development that will include a new casino, hotels and retail.

(09/03)

The Cherokee Nation will relocate one of its casinos as part of a $170 million development.

(09/02)

Plans call for a six-story hotel with 128 rooms, basically doubling the number of existing rooms at the facility.

(09/01)

The Bordertown Casino closed two years ago while the tribe focused on the Indigo Sky Casino.

(09/01)

The Cherokee Springs Plaza will include a casino, two hotels, retail, office space and a convention center on 150-acres in Tahlequah.

(08/29)

The first phase of the West Valley Resort will feature a gaming facility with five restaurants, meeting and multi-purpose space.

(08/29)

Thanks to its gaming enterprise, the tribe has put more than 3,000 people to work and has a payroll of more than $80 million.

(08/28)

The $10 million facility features 300 electronic games, a bar and a 50-seat restaurant and it will generate 100 jobs.

(08/28)

Opponents have filed a series of lawsuits in state and federal court in hopes of stopping construction but so far none have been successful.

(08/28)

The $500 million West Valley Resort remains controversial in the state despite local support.

(08/27)

California Attorney General Kamala Harris is asking the Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians to conduct a more thorough environmental review of the project.

(08/26)

The concourse at the Foxwoods Resort Casino features clothing, electronics, food and Native arts and crafts.

(08/26)

The effort took nearly 30 years, Chairman Shawn Yanity said.

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