The Seneca Nation is eager to start arbitration proceedings in a Class III gaming dispute with the state of New York.
In a report on Voice of America, a former editor at Indian Country Today Media Network is offering details on the demise of the operation.
The Seneca Nation has shared $1.4 billion in revenues with New York but apparently that isn't enough for the state.
The Seneca Nation is firing back at the governor of New York for refusing to sit down and discuss gaming issues.
Tensions between the state of New York and the Seneca Nation are rising amid a revenue sharing dispute.
The Oneida Nation is on track to open the Point Place Casino in Bridgeport, New York, in the spring of 2018.
The Seneca Nation is still willing to sit down with the state of New York to discuss gaming issues but a meeting has proven elusive.
After sharing $1.2 billion with the state of New York over 14 years, the Seneca Nation has stopping payments.
Holly Gagnon has been named the top gaming executive for the Seneca Nation.
It's starting to look like the Oneida Nation might be right about the gaming market in upstate New York.
Is counting on the Seneca gaming revenue ignorance, arrogance or intimidation?
Final payment of the Seneca Nation compact with New York has been made, but being a good neighbor to the communities is ongoing.
The Point Place Casino in Bridgeport, New York, is due to open in the spring of 2018.
'Our obligation to the state ended,' President Todd Gates announced at a press conference.
With the Seneca gaming compact coming to an end, will the state and local municipalities finally see the error of their ways?
Business appears to be good for the New York tribe as the amount shared in 2016 marks a 12.6 percent increase from last year.
The Turning Stone Resort Casino will be seeing a new gaming floor, a food hall and a floor-by-floor remodel of 285 hotel rooms.
A cybercrime that effectively derailed the New York tribe's casino efforts is finally coming to light.
The Seneca Buffalo Creek Casino in downtown Buffalo, New York, is seeing a 57,000 square-foot addition.
One county's share is already up 19 percent from last year as part of an agreement with the state of New York.
The tribe walked away from the arrangement in 2011 and local agencies are picking up the slack.
Tribes took in $29.9 billion in 2015, a 5 percent increase, and every region of Indian Country saw growth.
The campaign was aimed at the St. Regis Mohawk Tribe, whose leaders were pursuing a casino that conflicted with the real estate mogul's interests.
While we will vigorously defend our rights in court when left with no other option, negotiation, not litigation, is our preferred method of dispute resolution.
With a federal appeals court panel's ruling last week reinstating the Cayuga Indian Nation of New York lawsuit against Union Springs, the village has a few options to consider.
The tribe sued to protect a Class II gaming facility in the village of Union Springs, New York.
The tribe's gaming enterprise remains on solid legal ground now that the nation's highest court has put an end to the dispute.
Without explanation, the justices have twice delayed consideration of a petition that questions the legality of the Seneca Buffalo Creek Casino in Buffalo, New York.
Since coming under indictment, Bergal Mitchell III has been to Canada, Mexico, Finland, Italy and Greece.
After delaying action on a petition filed by casino opponents, the justices are due to consider a case that questions the legality of the Seneca Buffalo Creek Casino in New York.
Without explanation, the justices delayed the consideration of a petition that questions whether the Seneca Buffalo Creek Casino is legal.
The final steel beam was placed on the new structure at the Seneca Buffalo Creek Casino in Buffalo, New York.
Opponents have been questioning the legality of the Seneca Buffalo Creek Casino in downtown Buffalo, New York, for years.
For those who enjoy gambling, the Akwesasne Casino fills the bill.
After the developers refused to bring the Republican presidential candidate on board, he ran racist ads against the St. Regis Mohawk Tribe.