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Vernon Small, tribal member has been appointed acting Gaming Manager for the Charging Horse Casino located on the Northern Cheyenne Reservation.


The tribe asked federal authorities to investigate a scam at the casino that was orchestrated by a former employee.


The debate in Sacramento over the legalization of online gaming, specifically Internet poker, appears to be moving forward.


The Plainridge Park Casino will offer slot machines and electronic table games less than 20 miles from the tribe's casino site.


The tribe replaced the cash registers at FireKeepers Casino after reports of the potential theft of credit card and debit card numbers.


Federal prosecutors are seeking anywhere from 14 years to 17.5 years in prison for a tribal employee who oversaw casino construction contracts.


Shay-Anne Spencer, the former chairwoman of the board of directors, plans to file an ethics complaint against the tribal council.


The three members of the board of directors were accused of mismanaging a $90 million expansion project.


Roger Dana Barnett, the former second chief, was sentence to 33 months in prison and was ordered to pay restitution and undergo gambling addiction treatment.


Chris Stearns, a member of the Navajo Nation, is the first Native American to serve as chair of the Washington State Gambling Commission.


So far, seven people have been punished in connection with a casino expansion project in which the tribe was bilked out of $8.5 million.


Members of the Northern Cheyenne Tribal Gaming Commission, accompanied by President Llevando 'Cowboy' Fisher, arrived early at the Charging Horse Casino on April 13 and fulfilled a quick mission.


Tribal leaders won't say why Mark Schrecengost, who has been managing Buffalo Thunder Resort since 2012, was on leave.


Chairman Ned Norris Jr. and local officials criticized the state of Arizona for threatening the West Valley Resort.


The state of Arizona is threatening to block the tribe from opening the facility later this year.


The tribe has already started construction on the West Valley Resort and plans to open an initial facility by the end of the year.


Five tribes signed the new agreement, which allows people to ban themselves from tribal gaming facilities.


Agent Jeff Youngblood, a tribal member, helped investigate a 'pay to play' scheme that involved a key tribal employee.


Assistant Secretary Kevin Washburn told the top gaming regulator in Massachusetts that the tribe's land-into-trust application remains a 'high priority.'


Roger Dana Barnett, the former second chief, admitted he took the money but appears to be reluctant to face punishment.


The proposed $425 million Lago Resort and Casino sits on the edge of the tribe's exclusivity zone.


Tribes are increasing the number of Class II machines at their facilities and they don't have to share revenues from those devices.


Anywhere from 30,000 to 150,000 slot machines known as eight-liners are being offered around the state.


Jennifer Pontinen is the new director of finance and business development for the Bois Forte Development Corporation.


The tribe submitted a land-into-trust application more than seven years ago.


The tribe already owns the 175 acres where the Emerald Downs sits.


When Congress enacted the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act in 1988, it included an important provision to allow for self-regulation of Class II gaming by tribal governments


The tribe and its partner plan to build the commercial facility in two phases.


A popular and profitable form of gaming has sparked a controversy in Idaho between the state’s Indian tribes and horse racetracks.


Gaming issues are not typically a major issue in presidential campaigns.


The tribal council said allegations of credit card abuse have been reported to federal authorities.


Susan Marr gained access to the payroll system and issued herself unauthorized checks.


Members must have a high school diploma or GED and must complete a financial education course and a cultural assessment.


The tribe and the track are now at odds over historical horse racing machines that are being investigated by law enforcement authorities.


Assistant Secretary Kevin Washburn promised a decision in "early 2013" but that deadline has long passed.


The event was to be held at a non-Indian racetrack where disputed gaming machines are being offered.


The tribe clears up 'misinformation' about the tribal casino industry in Idaho.


The tribe could open a casino in Atlantic City or engage in gaming at a racetrack where it owns an 16 percent stake, should that become legal in the future.


Top lawmakers are corned that the devices look more like slot machines.


The New Jersey Casino Control Commission will hold a special meeting to consider the tribe's regulatory request.


A Senate committee advanced a bill to repeal the law that authorized bets on historical horse races.


Tribes say the devices resemble Class III slot machines.


Law enforcement authorities confirmed they are looking into the historical horse racing machines at a racetrack.


The victim, a tribal member, was assaulted and robbed on the reservation.


California boasts having the nation’s largest gambling industry with American Indian casinos, card rooms, race tracks and the lottery generating net revenues of roughly $10.4 billion a year.

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