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Indian Gaming: Latest News
11:10am 10-31-2014
 
 
article Chukchansi casino regulars heading elsewhere
(California) -- A federal judge ordered the doors at Chukchansi casino to remain closed until there's enough proof the public is safe to go back in. The parking lot...
article THE WEEKLY STANDARD: The Great Casino Loophole / Why Indian gaming is proliferating
(USA) -- Two years after it was supposed to help revitalize Atlantic City, the $2.4 billion Revel casino—all 57 stories of it—is closed. It’s an...
article Most voters oppose Native American casino
(New York) -- Five months ago, the Seneca Nation of Indians said it would drop any immediate plans to develop a casino in Monroe County. But that didn't mean a local...
article Tribe's casino proposal going before voters
(California) -- A Native American tribe’s plan for a Las Vegas-style casino in the Central Valley nearly 40 miles from its reservation has drawn opposition from...
article Opposition to PokerStars in California Has Not Subsided
(California) -- Progress has been made on a number of fronts in California but it doesn’t appear a compromise on Bad Actor clauses is coming anytime soon. In a...
article Tribe marks milestone
(Oklahoma) -- Representatives of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma were beaming with pride Thursday morning as a crowd gathered atop the Durant casino’s parking...
article Albritton-Smith race shaping up to be Mobile area's most expensive - and competitive - race
(Alabama) -- The hotly contested state Senate race between Republican Greg Albritton and Democrat Susan Smith is the most expensive - and most competitive - in southwest...
article Ex-Con Arrested In Cimarron Casino Parking Lot
(Oklahoma) -- A convicted drug dealer has been jailed on $25,000 bail pending a Monday court appearance on a charge of possessing methamphetamine in the Cimarron Casino...
 
 
Native News: Latest News
11:10am 10-31-2014
 
 
article Tulalip Tribes quietly mark the death of Marysville shooter
(Washington) -- More than 1,000 people converged on the Tulalips Tribes’ community center Thursday to observe funeral rites for the teenage tribal member who began...
article First Nations have one more month to comply with financial transparency act
(Ottawa) -- The federal government warned Monday it will take action against First Nations that don’t comply by next month with the new financial accountability...
article B.C. First Nations chief and family paid more than $4.1M over last four years
(British Columbia) -- An elderly B.C. First Nations chief and his ex-wife, along with one of their sons and a grandson, received more than $4.1-million in remuneration...
article Federal deal reportedly reached to recognize native Hawaiians as Indian tribe
(Hawaii) -- Free Hawaii TV reported on October 29 that a deal has been reached between the Department of the Interior and the Obama administration to give federal...
article Shawn Atleo appointed to lead new round of talks with B.C. First Nations
(British Columbia) -- Former Assembly of First Nations national chief Shawn Atleo has been named to head B.C.'s first Shqwi qwal for Indigenous Dialogue. The...
article Tsosie: Shelly took ‘a gutless punch to this democratic movement’
(Arizona) -- On Oct. 28, I went to the president’s office with optimism that Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly will sign Res. CO-47-14, which amended the fluency...
article MVD policy on “illiterates” and Navajo-only speakers generates outcry
(New Mexico) -- Update, Thu. Oct 30 (4:35 pm): MVD clarified it’s policy on non-English speakers and shared the original directive with the public an employees.
article TRAHANT: 2014 is the ideal election scenario for Native American voters
(USA) -- If there ever was an election that was ideal for American Indians and Alaska Natives to determine the outcome, it’s 2014. Flip through the state campaigns...
article Thousands Expected to Rally Against R-Word NFL Team in Minneapolis Sunday
(Minnesota) -- Thousands of American Indians are expected to attend the “Change the Mascot” rally, one of the largest sports rallies this season, on Sunday,...
article DOLTS WITH COLTS: Indian rodeo in Las Vegas embraces the ‘Redskins’ name
(Las Vegas) -- The controversy over the name of the Washington Redskins football team will land in Las Vegas next week when the Indian National Finals Rodeo starts at...
article Washington Redskins are contacting South Dakota tribes
(South Dakota) -- Since 1937, the Washington Redskins have been playing games in the National Football League and for decades, no one really thought twice about their...
article Halloween: The Season for Culturally-Insensitive Fashion
(North Carolina) -- Halloween: the season of candy corn, pumpkins and culturally-insensitive costumes. Over the last few years, images of these costumes and the people...
article Prentice to reopen land claim negotiations with Lubicon First Nation
(Edmonton) -- Alberta Premier Jim Prentice has rebooted talks with a northern aboriginal band that has been seeking a land claim for almost 80 years. "I felt it was...
article ‘The richest tribe in the world’
(Arizona) -- At a public hearing held in Window Rock on how to use the $554 million settlement with the federal government, almost everyone was in agreement with one...
article Campbell speaks to missing and murdered Aboriginal women at Queen’s Park
(Ontario) -- Kenora’s provincial representative is encouraging the province to support the push for a national inquiry into missing and murdered Aboriginal women.
article San Manuel Band of Mission Indians awards $197,000 grant to Loma Linda Ronald McDonald House
(California) -- The Loma Linda Ronald McDonald House has received a grant award of $197,000 from the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians that will allow the house to...
article Group creates petition for University to recognize Indigenous Peoples’ Day
(Texas) -- The second Monday of October could be known as “Indigenous Peoples’ Day” instead of Columbus Day if a petition asking the University...
article Native Yale Law Students Honor Kevin Washburn and Prepare for Hard Work
(Connecticut) -- The Native American Law Students Association at Yale Law School held its first ever Alumni Achievement Awards Dinner October 23, 2014. The recipient,...
article Ponca make spiritual harvest
(Nebraska) -- Ponca Indians moved through fields of short brown stalks rooted in sandy soil and hand picked ears of red, blue, white and speckled corn.
article Manitoba reserves need $28M to fight fires but only $4M given out: internal document
(Manitoba) -- An internal report from Aboriginal Affairs estimates it will take a $28-million injection of federal funding to reduce the number of deadly fires on...
 
 
Gaming: Latest News
11:09am 10-31-2014
 
 
article Online gambling hit hard by Shellshock
(The Internet) -- A bug in nearly 70 percent of all Internet-connected devices is being used to create botnets that can remotely lock or lift data from computers, phones...
article Casino closings take toll on Atlantic City travel
(Atlantic City) -- Fewer cars, buses, airport passengers and rail riders are heading to Atlantic City following the shutdown of three casinos in recent weeks, the latest...
article Inside Gaming: Judge Halts New Jersey Sports Betting, Nevada Numbers Down
(New Jersey) -- In this week’s edition of Inside Gaming, a federal judge nixes sports betting in New Jersey for the time being, a California casino remains closed...
article Gambling association touts economic impact
(Pennsylvania) -- The American Gaming Association has sent a letter to Pennsylvania's legislative leaders highlighting the findings of a study on casino gambling...
article Casino backers, opponents make their cases, door by door
(Massachusetts) -- In a Chelsea neighborhood of steep hills and big dogs, a persistent woman in a Wynn Resorts baseball cap knocked on a dozen doors until she found that...
article Springfield’s South End Looks Ahead as Massachusetts Votes on Casinos
(Massachusetts) -- In a few days, Massachusetts voters will decide whether to keep the state’s casino law in place, or repeal it. That vote will have big...
article I-Team investigates the casino impact in Maine
(Maine) -- From Pennsylvania to Maine, Ohio to Rhode Island, there are dozens of casinos surrounding us, and yet its still unknown how a casino would really impact us in...
article Committee recommends land-based casinos, live dealers at horse tracks
(Indiana) -- Riverboat gambling operations would be allowed to rebuild on land and horse track casinos could use live dealers for table games under a recommendation...
article Committee approves live gaming, land-based casinos
(Indiana) -- The dream of live table games in Hoosier Park Racing & Casino took another step toward reality Thursday when the public policy study committee at the...
article Panel backs letting riverboats casino move to land
(Indiana) -- Indiana’s riverboat casinos would be allowed to move to on-land sites and the state’s horse track casinos could have live dealers run table...
article Macau Gambling-Revenue Drop Divides Investors
(Macau) -- For the past few years, investing in casino stocks has been a simple decision: the bigger exposure a company had to Macau, the better its prospects.
article Border casino expected to open in Ciudad Juarez
(Mexico) -- A new set to open in Ciudad Juarez plans to attract gamblers from the U.S. side of the border by offering poker and other table games. "We expect a lot...
article GTech bridge loan on IGT deal slims by US$500 mln
(Nevada) -- Lottery and casino equipment specialist GTech SpA on Thursday said a bridging loan it needs for the acquisition of Nevada-based International Game Technology...
 
 
Press Releases
2:40pm 10-29-2014
 
 
MISSING: Matthew Flores
(Arizona) -- Last seen in a Dark Gray Jeep Cherokee, PA License Plate #gjt4243, last seen in the company of his mothe. The vehicle has been reproted stolen. We are...
Arizona Indian Gaming Association (AIGA) Celebrates $1 Billion Shared Gaming Revenues at AIGA EXPO 2014 Luncheon Thursday, November 6, 2014
(Arizona) -- Tribal leaders, gaming management and staff, recipients of shared tribal gaming revenues, and vendors will gather on Thursday, November 6, 2014 to celebrate...
Gaming Laboratories International (GLI®) Plays Major Role at SAGSE, Organizing Argentina Seminar as well as Exhibiting on Tradeshow Floor
(Argentina) -- Further solidifying its commitment to and relationship with the gaming industry in Latin America and the Caribbean, Gaming Laboratories International (GLI...
AIGA EXPO 2014, Southwest’s Foremost Gaming & Business Summit & Trade Show, Comes to We-Ko-Pa Resort & Conference Center at Fort McDowell-Yavapai Nation
(Arizona) -- The Arizona Indian Gaming Association (AIGA) will host its annual trade show and conference from November 5 to 7, 2014 at We-Ko-Pa Resort & Conference...
SoloAzar: "Ortiz Gaming Received a Spectacular Feedback from the Attendees at G2E 2014"
(Las Vegas) -- Alejandro Ortiz, Founder and Chairman of Ortiz Gaming, was exclusively interviewed by SoloAzar at the Global Gaming Expo (G2E) 2014 and he said that his...
Bureau of Indian Affairs Announces Finding of No Significant Impact For Camp 4
(California) -- The Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) announced today it has issued a Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI) for the Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indian...
Ortiz Gaming Introduced Evolutionary Concepts and Newest High - Tech Cabinets
(Las Vegas) -- Ortiz Gaming at G2E Las Vegas 2014 Ortiz Gaming came to the 2014 Global Gaming Expo (G2E) with a new slogan “Raise Your Expectations...
 

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