The Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians will open the doors to the first-ever tribal casino in Indiana on January 16.

The Spokane Tribe will open its long-awaited casino in Washington on January 8, 2018.

The Pueblo of Tesuque will shut down its gaming facility and build a new one at a site next to the famed Santa Fe Opera in northern New Mexico.

The Forest County Potawatomi Community broke ground on an second hotel tower at its casino in Wisconsin.

The Tulalip Tribes broke ground on a $140 million replacement casino, which will include a hotel, in Washington.

The Pueblo of Nambé shut down its small gaming facility in northern New Mexico after slot machine revenues dwindled.

The Soboba Band of Luiseño Indians is making progress on its replacement gaming facility in southern California.

The Tohono O'odham Nation is celebrating another major gaming milestone in Arizona.

The Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe is moving the Palace Casino and Hotel to a more lucrative location in Cass Lake, Minnesota.

With 788 rooms, the Treasure Island Resort and Casino now boasts the second largest hotel in Minnesota.

The Tohono O'odham Nation is investing $400 million in a major expansion of the Desert Diamond West Valley Casino and Resort in Glendale, Arizona.

The Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians marked another milestone in the restoration of its homelands in Indiana with the opening of a police substation in South Bend.

The Ponca Tribe is rejoining the Indian gaming industry with the help of an experienced partner in Oklahoma.

Citizens of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians have rejected plans for a new casino although the results have yet to be finalized.

The 25,000 square-foot facility will feature a 48-room hotel, a restaurant and a marina on Lake Havasu in California.

The Comanche Nation has been dealt a setback in its effort to stop the Chickasaw Nation from opening another casino in Oklahoma.

Citizens of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians are voting on plans to build a new gaming facility on the reservation.

The Pascua Yaqui Tribe is adding more hotel rooms, more conference space and an events center to its gaming facilities in southern Arizona.

The San Manuel Indian Bingo and Casino in southern California will get a long-requested hotel as part of a major expansion project.

The Chemehuevi Tribe is building a new casino with a 48-room hotel in Lake Havasu, California.

The Choctaw Casino and Resort in Grant, Oklahoma, not far from the Texas border, boasts a new hotel tower and the only Chili's Grill & Bar inside a gaming facility.

Though a hotel is still under construction, the Ho-Chunk Nation is welcoming visitors to a $41 million expansion of its gaming facility in Wittenberg, Wisconsin.

The Seminole Tribe is undertaking a $1.5 billion expansion at its flagship gaming facility in Florida, complete with a 450-foot tall guitar tower.

The Saginaw Chippewa Tribe will break ground in January 2018 on a $26.5 million renovation at its flagship casino in Michigan.

The Stockbridge-Munsee Community is planning to appeal a federal judge's decision that favors a rival tribe's casino expansion project in Wisconsin.

The Blue Lake Rancheria debuted a new amenity at its casino in northern California.

In a victory for the Ho-Chunk Nation, the tribe has been dismissed from a lawsuit that challenged a casino expansion project.

Details are scarce but the Ponca Tribe is looking to rejoin the Indian gaming industry after shutting down previous facilities in Oklahoma.

The Te-Moak Tribe of Western Shoshone is interested in operating a casino and marijuana dispensary in Nevada but some citizens have questions.

The Pala Band of Mission Indians broke ground, literally, on a $170 million expansion and renovation of its casino in southern California.

The Spokane Tribe is getting closer to opening a new casino in Washington after pursuing the project for more than a decade.

The Iowa Tribe continues to make big promises as it prepares to offer real money play on its long-delayed poker website.

The Squaxin Island Tribe completely remodeled all 90 rooms in the hotel tower at the Little Creek Casino Resort in Washington.

The Wilton Rancheria's gaming project will not be a magnet for prostitution or human trafficking, Chairman Raymond Hitchcock writes.

A Washington man died after being involved in a shooting outside of the casino owned by the Chehalis Tribe.

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