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The leader of the Navajo Nation was 'disappointed' that the National Indian Gaming Association pulled out of a fundraiser last weekend.


The Navajo Nation Gaming Enterprise would have backed out of a charity golf event had it been told the lead sponsor was the Original Americans Foundation, CEO Derrick Watchman said.


Four people pleaded guilty in connection with a theft scheme at tribal casinos in Minnesota.


The Oneida Nation of New York has received three AAA Four Diamond awards for its gaming operation.


The Tonto Apache Tribe of Arizona helped make a major drug bust in the parking lot of its casino.


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


A 19-year-old Oklahoma man pleaded guilty for an armed robbery in the parking lot of a casino owned by the Osage Nation.


The Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation of Connecticut announced a new name for a portion of its casino that was part of an agreement with MGM Resorts International.


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


Three men were charged in connection with an advance-cash scheme at the casino owned by Santa Ana Pueblo in New Mexico.


The Forest County Potawatomi Tribe announced a new name and logo for its off-reservation casino in Wisconsin.


The Yakama Nation of Washington reopened its casino on Tuesday after investigating and resolving a bomb threat.


The Confederate Tribes of Siletz Indians shared about $78,000 in gaming funds with charities in Oregon.


Six people were sentenced to federal prison for their role in stealing from a casino owned by the Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians of Michigan.


The Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma is seeking more employees for its gaming enterprise.


The Saginaw Chippewa Tribe of Michigan recently removed 50 people from the rolls, cutting them off from $58,000 in casino per capita payments.


The Massachusetts Gaming Commission awarded the state's sole license for a slot machine facility but it won't affect the Class III gaming compact with the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe.


Fitch Ratings sees a stable outlook for Santa Ana Pueblo in New Mexico.


The Northern Arapaho Tribe of Wyoming is hosting a charity basketball game tonight.


The Coushatta Tribe of Louisiana reopened its casino on Sunday morning after an electrical fire on Saturday night prompted an evacuation.


Norm DesRosiers, a former member of the National Indian Gaming Commission, has joined the board of directors for Galaxy Gaming.


The Forest County Potawatomi Community has withdrawn from the National Indian Gaming Association in a dispute over off-reservation casino in Wisconsin.


The Snoqualmie Tribe of Washington closes on $310 million in financing.


Bruce Bozsum, the former chairman of the Mohegan Tribe of Connecticut, gave $35,000 to a casino employee after he learned about her struggle on the CBS program Undercover Boss.


The Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde in Oregon are planning to remove 80 people from the rolls, a dispute that's being linked to a dwindling casino per capita payment.


Police from the Seminole Tribe of Florida arrested a man who allegedly left his children in a car in a casino parking lot for more than an hour.


Bruce Bozsum, the former chairman of the Mohegan Tribe of Connecticut, was so well disguised for the CBS program Undercover Boss that he fooled his own son, who works as a casino host.


The California Nations Indian Gaming Association has welcomed another new member.


The Poarch Band of Creek Indians donated $350,000 to a Republican group to protect its gaming enterprise in Alabama.


Tribal leaders in North Dakota are debating whether to ban smoking at their gaming facilities.


A New Mexico man and his wife were sentenced to probation and ordered to pay restitution for stealing from the casino owned by Santa Ana Pueblo.


The Barona Band of Mission Indians in California is installing a new air filtration system at its casino.


Jessie "Little Doe" Baird, the vice chairwoman of the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe of Massachusetts, apologized for comments she made at a casino hearing last week.


Another debt announcement from the Mohegan Tribal Gaming Authority.


An update from Lakes Entertainment. about the end of its relationship with the Shingle Springs Band of Miwok Indians in California.

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