John McGinnis, who serves on the tribal council, will take over at the end of January 2015.
The project is about a third of the way through and the casino is expected to open in mid-2016.
Chairman Robert Martin discuses the benefits of Indian gaming.
A federal judge said the activity on the Desert Rose Bingo site falls into the Class III category.
At 27 stories, the Morongo Casino Resort & Spa is the tallest building in Riverside County.
Police chief John Oliveira and officer Tim Tofaute are out on bond while the tribal leaders that hired them remain in jail.
Rival tribes raised $22 million to stop the North Fork Rancheria from opening an off-reservation casino in California.
The tribe now faces two lawsuits over the Desert Rose Bingo site.
The new deal eliminates a flat $17.4 million payment to the state and adopts a revenue sharing system based on percentages.
A lawsuit that questioned the tribe's federal status appears to be dead but another one that challenges the tribe's land status remains on the docket.
The D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals said the tribe waited too long to intervene.
Search lights that were placed on top of the casino drew some complaints.
An opposition group tried to challenge the tribe's status as a federally recognized tribe.
The tribe says Class II games aren't covered by the Class III gaming compact.
The tribe plans to redevelop a 22-acre site near its casino in downtown Palm Springs.
An executive said PalaCasino.Com had a 'solid weekend' with little to no marketing.
Reggie Lewis and Nancy Ayala say rival leaders are trying to bring up issues that aren't
Testing of PalaCasino.Com began this week for patrons based in New Jersey.
The deal was allowed to go into effect but only to the extent its provisions are consistent with the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act.
The Elem Colony and the Koi Nation each submitted bids to develop Mare Island in Vallejo.
The $15 million casino features 125 slot machines and 60 rooms.
Nearly 1,100 people were put out of work when the casino closed in October.
An opposition group has lost twice but is hoping to revive its case before the California Supreme Court.
The $825 million facility appears to be doing well as local officials report few concerns about traffic and crime.
John Oliveira was released on $1.25 million bail as the tribal leaders who hired him remain locked up.
A third person, the tribe's disputed police chief, turned himself in and had his bail set at $1.25 million.
The tribe blamed the county for holding up an agreement to address the impacts of a $35 million casino.
Tex McDonald, the chairman of one faction, and Vernon King, the treasurer, say they pose no danger to the community.
The tribe will add a new hotel wing with 548 rooms, a 67,000 square-foot events center, a 23,000-square-foot building with a spa, salon and fitness center and a four-acre pool complex.
Plans call for a 36,000 square-foot facility with 500 gaming machines, eight table games, a 100-seat restaurant and a parking area
Tex McDonald and Vernon King remain in jail on charges stemming from an attempted takeover at the casino.
The tribe isn't worried about the rejection of a controversial off-reservation casino at the ballot box.
Chairwoman Elaine Bethel-Fink said the Class II gaming or Class III gaming procedures are options.
The tribe originally said it would offer poker games but those plans remain in limbo.
Tex McDonald faces numerous charges for an attempted takeover at the casino last month.
The Pala Interactive site is expected to be up and running within two weeks.
New York Times reporter Josh Barro discusses the increasing dependence of state governments on gaming.
The tribe has said it will develop its 305-acre trust property no matter what voters say.
The leader of the Shasta Nation accuses the Karuk Tribe of encroaching on its territory.
It's decision day for the North Fork Rancheria as voters give their say on Proposition 48.
Tex McDonald, 64, who claims to be chairman, faces charges of kidnapping, false imprisonment, assault with a firearm, assault with a deadly weapon, battery causing serious injury and assault with a stun gun.
Writer explains why he supports Proposition 48 to ratify an off-reservation gaming deal for the North Fork Rancheria.
Tex McDonald, a disputed chairman of the tribe, was among those charged.
Newspaper opposes off-reservation casino for the North Fork Rancheria.
Newspaper urges 'no' vote on Proposition 48 to reject an off-reservation gaming deal for the North Fork Rancheria.
The decision had especially harsh words for a faction led by Tex McDonald.
The Sacramento Bee calls the ad 'Mostly misleading' due to questionable claims made by Chairman Marc Macarro.
At least 11 people have been identified from surveillance footage and could be charged in state court.
Spokesperson for the North Fork Rancheria of Mono Indians urges a 'yes' vote on Proposition 48.
Rival factions of the tribe, along with the state, are due back in court tomorrow.
Voters are being asked to weigh in on the tribe's Class III gaming compact.
The tribe donated $1 million to Fresno State University to support language revitalization.
The California Democrat has spread inaccurate information about the tribal casino industry in California.
The outcome of Proposition 48 won't stop the North Fork Rancheria of Mono Indians from opening an off-reservation casino.
The casino has been closed since October 9 due to the leadership dispute.
The tribe still plans to build a gaming facility on its trust land regardless of what voters say at the polls.
Vice Chair Maryann McGovran said the tribe will start development on the gaming site, which has already been placed in trust.
Several homes near the facility have seen their water supply run dry.
Some 1,100 of 1,300 employees are affected as the casino closure enters another week.
The Table Mountain Rancheria is the biggest donor -- nearly $11 million so far.
Columnist accuses the Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians of ignoring local objections with its $160 million casino expansion.
With Proposition 48, voters in California will decide whether to approve an off-reservation casino for the for the North Fork Rancheria of Mono Indians.
California falls under Public Law 280 so the state has criminal and civil jurisdiction in Indian Country.
The Koi Nation, the Elem Colony and two developers submitted bids to turn Mare Island into an Indian gaming destination.
The casino will remain closed as the judge urges the rivals to work out their differences.
Local official urges yes vote on Proposition 48.
Two factions have united in an attempt to reopen the casino.
An off-reservation casino for the North Fork Rancheria of Mono Indians faces voters next month.
The state of California and the federal government took action after an armed confrontation at the facility.
The agency is working on the land-into-trust application and the environmental impact statement for the project.
The Elem Colony and the Koi Nation, plus two other developers, want to open a casino on Mare Island in Vallejo.
The tribe will get a share of revenues from an off-reservation casino operated by the North Fork Rancheria.
The Madera County Sheriff is keeping the peace after a rocky night at the facility.
The tribe's casino plan remains in limbo, 10 years after the lawsuit was filed by Amador County.
The Table Mountain Rancheria has now spent more than $8 million in hopes of stopping the new casino.
The Table Mountain Rancheria, the Picayune Rancheria of the Chukchansi Indians. the United Auburn Indian Community are turning to voters to block the new casino.
Newspaper urges voters to reject Proposition 48 in order to prevent the North Fork Rancheria of Mono Indians from opening an off-reservation casino.
The National Indian Gaming Commission issued a notice of violation to close the facility on October 27.
Sheriff John Anderson was drawn into a leadership dispute that remains unresolved.
A group that wanted to stop the casino has lost repeatedly in the courts.
Voter will consider whether the North Fork Rancheria of Mono Indians can build an off-reservation casino when they go to the polls next month.
The tribe is suing the federal government and the city of Richmond but the city has won a key ruling.
A council member was removed from her post for reportedly removing all of the cash from the casino.
Three tribes are funding the campaign against the North Fork Rancheria's proposed casino.
A date hasn't been set but a groundbreaking is scheduled to take place this month.
Writers urge voters to support Proposition 48 to allow the North Fork Rancheria of Mono Indians to open an off-reservation casino in California.
Attorney recaps oral arguments in Big Lagoon Rancheria v. California, an Indian gaming case that's being watched closely by tribes across the nation.
The Los Angeles Times urges voters to support Proposition 48 to allow the North Fork Rancheria of Mono Indians to open an off-reservation casino.
Construction is slated to begin next month and is due to be finished sometime in 2016.
The Bureau of Indian Affairs has published the final environmental impact statement for the project but there's no timeline on a decision.
The Table Mountain Rancheria has contributed $2 million so far, the largest amount.
The tribe plans to break ground next month after finalizing an environmental evaluation for the $160 million project.
The Chukchansi Tribe questioned whether the state governor had authority to approve the off-reservation casino.
The tribe will pay $150,000 to San Diego County to address the impacts of the project.
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.
Plans are still in the preliminary stages but could involve a land swap with the U.S. Forest Service.
The United Auburn Indian Community donated $100,000 to help defeat the North Fork Rancheria's off-reservation casino.
The tribe's general counsel, however, said there are no plans to expand the casino.
The judges criticized the state for waiting more than a decade to challenge the status of land placed in trust for the tribe in 1994.
Tribe's decade-long quest could come to an end on election day in November.
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.
Tribes across the nation are closely watching the case out of fear it will lead to more litigation over trust land acquisitions that were finalized years ago.
By a vote of 3 to 1, the Massachusetts Gaming Commission goes with a rival project.
The tribe has reduced its workforce, slashed per capita payments, halted local revenue sharing payments and has gone into default on its debt.
Maryann McGovran, the vice chairwoman of the North Fork Rancheria of Mono Indians, urges voters to support Proposition 48 and ratify the tribe's Class III gaming compact.
Lakes Entertainment lost an arbitration dispute with an investor in the tribe's casino.
The case is being closely watched throughout Indian Country.
Newspaper urges voters to reject Proposition 48 to prevent the North Fork Rancheria of Mono Indians from opening an off-reservation casino.
The tribe paid $100 million for the 297-acre site and is repaying its gaming partner for the land.
Writer discusses the Indian gaming industry in California.
The North Fork Rancheria of Mono Indians is facing an uphill battle as voters in California are being asked to repeal the tribe's Class III gaming compact.
Plans call for a six-story hotel with 128 rooms, basically doubling the number of existing rooms at the facility.
A host at the casino owned by the San Pasqual Band of Mission Indians estimated that 30 percent of regular patrons are Filipino.
James Butler of the California Coalition Against Gambling Expansion opposes reforms to the federal recognition process at the Bureau of Indian Affairs.
Tribes, tribal organizations and the Department of Justice have submitted briefs in hopes of preventing land acquisitions from being challenged long after they have been finalized.
Opponents have filed a series of lawsuits in state and federal court in hopes of stopping construction but so far none have been successful.
California Attorney General Kamala Harris is asking the Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians to conduct a more thorough environmental review of the project.
Tribes across the nation are closely watching the case out of fear it will open the doors to even more litigation over trust land acquisitions
California newspaper urges lawmakers to consider a Class III gaming compact for the Enterprise Rancheria rather than let the matter be resolved in federal court.
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 Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria allow smoking on the gaming floor, as so most other major tribal casinos in California.
The tribe blames the California Legislature for failing to approve the agreement or suggest modifications.
California Gov. Jerry Brown (D) signed the compact two years ago this month but opposition from tribes with existing casinos has prevented it from moving forward.
The Karuk Tribe is one step closer to a casino in northern California.
Three former security employees are unable to pierce the bounds of tribal sovereign immunity.
Officials in California's wine country are raising fears of a tribal casino even though there are no concrete plans for one.
Newspaper doesn't think the Coquille Tribe will see much success with a Class II facility in Oregon when the Karuk Tribe will be opening a Class III casino less than an hour away in northern California.
The California Senate voted 28-4 to ratify the compact.
The tribe is moving to a percentage-based revenue sharing system under the new deal.
Since the start of 2014, the casino has recorded nearly $190 million in net revenue.
The tribe plans to build a 36,497 square-foot casino with 500 gaming machines.
Mike Healy of Stop the Casino 101 Coalition explains why his group is suing the state of California over a Class III gaming compact with the Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria.
Chairman Vincent Armenta doesn't believe water will be an issue for the $160 million project.
The facility remained opened as the fire was quickly contained.
Th tribe is adding a 12-story hotel with 215 rooms to the Chumash Casino Resort.
The gaming company that manages the facility doesn't plan to be involved in talks.
The tribe is adding a 12-story hotel with 215 rooms to the facility.
Primary servers are on the reserve in Quebec, Canada, and secondary servers are on the reservation in the U.S.
Steve Watts broke his neck and injured his spinal cord and may never regain movement of his lower body.
The tribe launched the site last week and appears to be accepting money bets.
The Unite Here union will represent about half of the workforce at the facility.
Writer wonders whether the Iipay Nation of Santa Ysabel is really going to offer real-money poker games.
The tribe is asserting the authority to offer Internet poker games despite a ban in federal law.
Writer criticizes California lawmakers for failing to support the off-reservation casino proposed by the Enterprise Rancheria.
Three people admitted they steered tribal casino contracts to companies they controlled.
Group claims 34 new tribes could try to open casinos in California.
Casino has seen exceptionally strong returns in just a few months of operation.
California newspaper says gaming funds from the Tule River Tribe benefit the entire area:
Rival factions agree to a September 13 election that could finally settle their dispute.
The tribe agreed to address crime, traffic and other impacts.
Rival faction seeks closure of facility as internal dispute continues.
Tribe had compared Republican adviser who participated in corruption scheme to Jack Abramoff.
Rival tribes contributed nearly $3 million to a group that's fighting the casino.
Despite clearing major hurdles, the project remains in limbo due to opposition from tribes with existing casinos.
Employees were told they could be disciplined for wearing pro-union buttons.
Attorney Patrick Sullivan highlights the intense tribal interest in Big Lagoon Rancheria v. California.
An option has been secured for the potential development site.
Writer says officials in northern California should work with tribes instead of raising fears about gaming.
Casino spent $1.3 million on advertising in the most recent season.
Tribe was restored to federal recognition by the Obama administration.
Temporary restraining order has been extended to July 8.
News about the internal tribal dispute finally hit The Washington Post and The New York Times.
A 68-year-old diabetic man was knocked unconscious and robbed on Christmas Eve.
The payments could increase if 76 people are removed from the rolls.
The tribe is in the early stages of its land-into-trust application.
The removal process will take 15 to 18 months.
The tribe is looking at building a casino south of Sacramento, California.
Disputed vice chairman welcomes intervention in hopes of resolving leadership dispute.
Outcome of November advisory vote could affect negotiations for an intergovernmental agreement.
Tribal members appeared in tribal court for trespassing on disputed land.
Unions were included in the tribe's Class III gaming compact.
Rival factions of tribe welcome lawsuit in hopes of resolving ongoing dispute.
Casino remains in operation despite attempts by rivals to shut it down.
Tribe's $9 million loan is about business and not about land, attorney said.
A panel of 11 judges will rehear the case that tribes across the nation are watching.
Tribe says it was cheated out of $20 million by a Republican advisor and his associates.
The tribe had hoped to break ground this summer but negotiations appear to be moving slowly.
California newspaper says the risks of Internet poker games outweigh the benefits.
Tribal members voted against pursuing the $118 million project last summer.
Effort comes amid National Indian Gaming Commission investigation.
Bill has support of 13 successful gaming tribes.
The Rev. James B. Butler of the California Coalition Against Gambling Expansion questions the need to legalize Internet poker.
Morongo Band doesn't support the bill championed by other tribes.
The tribe is partnering with Win, a social gaming platform.
Casino ranks among top five in the entire state.
The Pechanga Band of Luiseno Indians and the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians reportedly reached an agreement regarding Internet poker legislation.
Project has drawn opposition from tribes with existing casinos.
Newspaper hopes Paskenta Band of Nomlaki Indians can resolve a leadership dispute that's affecting the Rolling Hills Casino.
Agency could issue a notice of violation to the casino.
Revenues have fallen more than 30 percent since the opening of a nearby casino.
Agua Caliente Band opposes any expansion of gaming at non-Indian racetracks.
Council members say they have disrupted operations in hopes of resolving ongoing dispute.
Writer says all slot machines are a bad investment for gamblers.
The Special Distribution Fund is due to run out of money by the end of 2015.
Based on the experience of a neighboring tribe, it would take 10 to 12 years to open a casino.
Willie Brown is working for billionaire casino mogul and Internet gaming foe Sheldon Adelson.
The tribe started the process more than seven years ago.
The National Indian Gaming Association bestowed the Wendell A. Chino Humanitarian Award to Marshall McKay, the chairman of the Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation of California.
After years of debate, California's politically connected tribes are finally on board with legislation to authorize Internet poker games.
A California man who was convicted of cheating the Pechanga Band of Luiseno Indians has pleaded guilty to stealing from the Pauma-Yuima Band of Lusieños Indians.
The Chemehuevi Tribe is still interested in an off-reservation casino in Barstow, California, Chairman Edward D. Smith said.
The Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians will close the hotel at its casino in downtown Palm Springs this July.
Gaming tribes contributed $10 billion to the economy in California in 2012, according to a study commissioned by the California Nations Indian Gaming Association.
The Bureau of Indian Affairs is accepting public comments on an off-reservation casino for the Los Coyotes Band of Cahuilla and Cupeno Indians in California.
Billionaire casino mogul Sheldon Adelson has vowed to spend whatever it takes to stop Internet gaming.
The Dry Creek Rancheria of California failed to make an interest payment on its gaming debt.
Columnist says California tribes are finally coming together to push for the legalization of Internet poker.
The Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians in California praised the NBA for disciplining the owner of the Los Angeles Clippers.
The Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians in California has ended its relationship with the Los Angeles Clippers.
Anchor says the odds aren't with you at tribal casinos in California, but if you must gamble, go for blackjack.
A judge in California said there wasn't evidence to stop construction of a $360 million casino on the Jamul Indian Village.
The Morongo Band of Mission Indians of California announced an Internet poker partnership.
The Jamul Indian Village of California denied disturbing a burial ground during construction of a $360 million casino.
The Paskenta Band of Nomlaki Indians says a leadership and disenrollment dispute won't affect operations at the tribal casino.
After more than a decade of work, the Los Coyotes Band of Cahuilla and Cupeno Indians is closer to an off-reservation casino in California.
Two California tribes are finally seeing action on their off-reservation gaming proposals.
The Redding Rancheria of California went to court last week to argue for the opportunity to open a new casino.
A judge in California heard arguments in a lawsuit that seeks to prevent the Jamul Indian Village from opening a casino on its reservation.
Two descendants of the Jamul Indian Village in California say the graves of their family members were removed for a $360 million casino project.
The San Manuel Band of Mission Indians in California has hired an Internet gaming expert to run a new venture.
Three people have pleaded guilty in connection with a corruption scheme involving a casino owned by the Twenty-Nine Palms Band of Mission Indians in California.
The Yurok Tribe is nearly finished with construction of a casino and hotel in the Redwoods of California.
Newspaper praises Sonoma County, California, for trying to find out if the Dry Creek Rancheria plans to build a new casino.
The Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians in California will spend more than $100 million on a gaming expansion project.
The Viejas Band of Kumeyaay Indians in California is relocating its bingo hall to its outlet mall.
Officials in Sonoma County, California, still think the Dry Creek Rancheria wants to open a new casino.
The Morongo Band of Mission Indians and three non-Indian card clubs remain in negotiations with a controversial Internet poker site.
The Twenty-Nine Palms Band of Mission Indians in California welcomed visitors to its new gaming facility on Monday.
Attorney Dennis J. Whittlesey says the boom times are over for the Dry Creek Rancheria of California now that the Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria are in the gaming business.
The Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians in California plans to expand its gaming facility.
Howard Stutz looks at the debate over the potential return of an Internet gaming giant to California.
More tribes are seeking to bar 'bad actors' from entering the Internet gaming industry in California.
Tribal casinos saw $28.1 billion in revenues in 2012, according to Casino City’s Indian Gaming Industry Report.
The California Tribal Business Alliance wants to ensure an Internet poker site that was shut down by the federal government can't do business in California.
Tribes are backing two bills to legalize Internet poker games in California.
The Dry Creek Rancheria of California has taken a big hit in gaming revenues ever since the opening of a nearby casino, Chairman Harvey Hopkins said.
California Gov. Jerry Brown (D) had the authority to approve an off-reservation casino for the North Fork Rancheria of Mono Indians, a state judge ruled.
The Twenty-Nine Palms Band of Mission Indians in California will open its second gaming facility on March 31.
Columnist looks at the debate over new casinos, including off-reservation casinos, in California.
The North Fork Rancheria of Mono Indians of California filed suit to block a referendum on its Class III gaming compact.
The Big Lagoon Rancheria of California is asking the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals to rehear a gaming case that could impact tribes across the nation.
Raymond Hunter, the chairman of the Jamul Indian Village in California, explains why his tribe is pursuing gaming.
The Los Coyotes Band of Cahuilla and Cupeno Indians will be in Washington, D.C., to discuss its off-reservation casino in Barstow, California.
The California State Auditor released a report into the Indian Gaming Special Distribution Fund.
California tribes are investing gaming revenues in their communities and that's helping improve the health of Native youth, a researcher said.
The Rincon Band of Luiseño Indians in California is getting ready to debut a $160 million expansion of its casino.
Lucille Lugo, a grandmother from the Pala Band of Mission Indians in California, was known for her tamales and her love of poker.
The Karuk Tribe says its gaming facility will create 300 jobs in Siskiyou County, California.
The opening or expansion of a tribal casino reduces the risk of obesity in Native American children, according to the results of a new study.
In the past, off-reservation casino proposals drew opposition from local groups and members of Congress.
The board of supervisors in Siskiyou County, California, will hold a public meeting tomorrow about the casino proposed by the Karuk Tribe.
A faction of the Picayune Rancheria of the Chukchansi Indians in California says cash from the tribe's casino has been safely deposited.
There are two gaming notices of interest in today's issue of the Federal Register.
A California woman was charged with murder and child endangerment for allegedly shooting and killing a man at the casino owned by the Pechanga Band of Luiseno Indians.
A federal judge is urging a faction of the Picayune Rancheria of the Chukchansi Indians in California to take its claims to the National Indian Gaming Commission.
Rival factions of the Picayune Rancheria of the Chukchansi Indians in California continue to fight over revenue from the tribe's casino.
The prospect of Internet gaming has divided tribes in California and even has a non-Indian gaming mogul arguing against it.
Employees of the casino owned by the Pauma Band of Luiseño Indians in California are still trying to unionize.
Authorities say the opening of the casino by the Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria in California hasn't led to a rise in crime.
The Tulare County Indian Gaming Local Community Benefit Committee in California will be distributin $268,177 in gaming revenues.
Opponents are trying to stop the Jamul Indian Village from building a $360 million casino on its reservation in southern California.
The Jamul Indian Village of California is facing an attack on its status as a federally recognized tribe by opponents of a $360 million casino on the reservation.
The Santa Ysabel Band of Mission Indians in California closed its gaming facility on Monday, citing financial woes.
The Pala Band of Mission Indians in California placed a casino sewer pump on an Indian allotment without the family's permission.
The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals on Wednesday dismissed a lawsuit that challenges a Class III gaming compact for the Buena Vista Rancheria of Me-Wuk Indians in California.
The Manzanita Band of the Kumeyaay Nation in California is still waiting for an answer on its off-reservation casino application.
California newspaper welcomes Bureau of Indian Affairs decision to approve gaming land-into-trust application for the Mechoopda Tribe.
Letter writer says the Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians in California shouldn't receive federal funds because the tribe owns a successful casino.
Howard Stutz looks at non-Indian financing of tribal casino projects in California and other states.
The Bureau of Indian Affairs has once again approved a gaming land-into-trust application for the Mechoopda Tribe of California.
Nearly 200 people were injured at least 10 were killed in tour bus crashes in southern California.
The Indian Land Capital Company has joined the California Nations Indian Gaming Association as an associate member.
The Big Lagoon Rancheria of California has been dealt numerous setbacks in its long-running quest for a casino.
The Big Lagoon Rancheria cannot pursue a casino on recently acquired trust land, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled today in a potentially devastating case for Indian Country.
The Bureau of Indian Affairs has published notices in the Federal Register of four Class III gaming compacts.
A handful of tribes in San Diego, California, are seeing an improvement in their gaming business, prompting multi-million dollar expansion and renovation projects.
The Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria in California plan to bring in a replacement eatery at its new casino.
San Diego County is planning to sue the California Department of Transportation for work related to the Jamul Indian Village casino.
The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals is hearing arguments this morning in a lawsuit that challenges a Class III gaming compact for the Buena Vista Rancheria of Me-Wuk Indians in California.
The California Nations Indian Gaming Association has welcomed another new member.
The North Fork Rancheria of Mono Indians faces a big test later this year when voters in California go to the polls to weigh in on the tribe's off-reservation casino.
The Jamul Indian Village of California has started construction of a $360 million casino on its reservation
The Pechanga Band of Luiseño Indians in California unveiled the result of a multi-million dollar casino renovation project on Wednesday.
The San Pasqual Band of Mission Indians has closed its casino in southern California for an 'extreme' makeover.
The Tulare County Indian Gaming Local Community Benefit Committee in California is seeking applicants for three vacancies.
Columnist claims wealthy gaming tribes are trying to take over California.
The Soboba Band of Luiseno Indians in California has hired a new casino general manager.
Travel columnist checks out the San Manuel Indian Bingo & Casino, owned by the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians in California.
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