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Mental Health

article Boy, 12, jumped off a bridge to die, police said; instead, he killed someone else (12/15/2018)
(Virginia) -- There was no way she could have seen him, the boy on the bridge. Marisa Harris was driving her Ford Escape down a Northern Virginia highway, heading home...
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United Keetoowah Band

article UKB offering gift cards to 'exclusive' member children (12/14/2018)
(Oklahoma) -- The United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee Indians will be offering assistance to children throughout the winter season. Exclusive UKB children will receive a $...
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Las Vegas Gaming

article BLOG: Where To Watch Fireworks In Vegas (12/7/2018)
(Las Vegas) -- Las Vegas is one of the top spots in the world to celebrate New Year’s Eve. We’ve got star-studded shows, the hottest DJs in the clubs and special parties...
article Reality star Lisa Vanderpump opening lounge at Caesars Palace (11/14/2018)
(Las Vegas) -- Lisa Vanderpump of "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" fame is teaming with Caesars Palace to open a lounge early next year. Vanderpump Cocktail...
article Man critically injured after dragged by vehicle near SLS hotel-casino (10/7/2018)
(Las Vegas) -- Las Vegas police are investigating an incident where a man is in critical condition after he was dragged by a car Sunday morning near the SLS hotel-casino.
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MGM Resorts

article MGM Springfield Now Providing Massages to Gamblers on Casino Floor (12/7/2018)
(Massachusetts) -- Want to get a massage while gambling on the floor of a casino? MGM Springfield is now offering massages to guests while they are gambling. The...
article MGM CEO Jim Murren in Bitter Multimillion-Dollar Feud with Las Vegas Casino Execs Over New Zealand Winery (11/2/2018)
(Worldwide) -- Murren and another Las Vegas big-cheese, Daniel Lee, are suing Schaeffer over their seven-figure investment in a winery that they claim has disappeared...
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Sports Leagues

article How MLB's Winter Meetings Evolved Into the 'Tweeting Olympics' (12/7/2018)
(Illinois) -- One of the literal last gasps of the baseball winter meetings occurred in the press conference room at the Hyatt Regency O’Hare 28 years ago. When a...
article Rovell: XFL Non-Committal on Future Sports Betting Integrations (12/5/2018)
(New Jersey) -- The opening video at the presentation to the XFL’s announcement of the eight cities that will begin playing pro football in February 2020 promised...
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Cherokee Nation

article An influential young Native American (12/6/2018)
(Oklahoma) -- Chiminising Band member Amikogaabawiikwe Adrienne Benjamin didn’t always recognize her own potential. When Adrienne was 25, she was part of a staff...
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Shinnecock Tribe

article New York State Police Report One Dead, One Injured in Southampton Jet Ski Accident (12/4/2018)
(New York) -- On Monday, December 3, 2018, at approximately 5:33 pm, New York State Troopers were dispatched to a jet ski in distress in the Shinnecock Bay, Southampton...
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Mandalay Bay Shooting

article Officers shared photo of gunman’s body after Las Vegas shooting (12/2/2018)
(Las Vegas) -- Less than an hour after the first strike team entered Stephen Paddock’s suite at Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas police officers far from the scene were...
article 91 Points of Light: In Las Vegas’ darkest hour, humanity shone brightly (10/1/2018)
(Las Vegas) -- In all that darkness, there was light. One year after the Oct. 1 attack on the Route 91 Harvest festival in Las Vegas, here are 91 stories of heroism,...
article A year after the massacre, Las Vegas shooting survivors heal while battling trauma (10/1/2018)
(Las Vegas) -- The off-duty San Diego firefighters had sung, danced and partied for several days straight. They’d hung out at hotel pools, drinking and relaxing....
article Out-Of-Town Reporters Recount Complexity, Emotion Of October 1 Shooting (10/1/2018)
(Las Vegas) -- In the hours after the October 1 shootings, journalists from around the world were dispatched to Las Vegas. They stepped into a city in shock and tried to...
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Cowlitz Tribe

article Wilson: "I am innocent" (11/26/2018)
(Washington) -- Roy Wilson walks around his Dorning Road home, where several goats and rabbits, a friendly orange cat, and about 30 dogs live with him and his wife,...
article Former Cowlitz Indian Tribe spiritual leader under investigation in animal neglect case (11/13/2018)
(Washington) -- Former Cowlitz Indian Tribe spiritual leader Roy Wilson is under investigation after officials found animals living in “deplorable, dirty, (and)...
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LGBTQ

article This Two-Spirited Cherokee is bringing awareness to Indigenous women's #MeToos (11/24/2018)
(Oklahoma) -- Jen Deerinwater is a bisexual, two-spirit, and disabled Citizen of the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma. Recently, they took to Twitter to share their #MeToo...
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Thanksgiving

article Kyrie Irving said he meant no disrespect by saying ‘f--- Thanksgiving’ (11/23/2018)
(Massachusetts) -- It’s been a frustrating season so far for the Boston Celtics, who sit in a tie for seventh place in the Eastern Conference at 9-9, and things...
article Kyrie Irving: Thanksgiving comments made out of frustration (11/23/2018)
(Massachusetts) -- Boston Celtics guard Kyrie Irving has tweeted about his profane dismissal of Thanksgiving following Wednesday's game, saying he went too far with...
article Kyrie Irving walks back his Thanksgiving comment (11/22/2018)
(Massachusetts) -- Celtics point guard Kyrie Irving finished his postgame interview session after his team’s ugly 117-109 loss to the Knicks Wednesday night and...
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Donald Trump

article ‘You ran a casino’: Fox’s Chris Wallace laughs in Trump’s face after he refuses to give ‘odds’ on ending Mueller probe (11/18/2018)
(Washington D.C.) -- President Donald Trump on Sunday said that special counselor Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation is “probably” over but he would...
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eSports

article An esports battle erupts in Toronto over the use of the city in a team name (11/16/2018)
(Toronto) -- A Toronto-based esports team is calling foul after being asked to stop using “Toronto” in its name. As Toronto Defiant — the newest team...
article Houston look to expand esports presence in China (10/14/2018)
(Texas) -- The NBA’s Houston Rockets have ramped up their presence in the esports sector, as they formalise their partnership with Chinese online entertainment...
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Atlantic City Gaming

article Atlantic City mayor, councilman involved in 'incident' at casino (11/11/2018)
(Atlantic City) -- The mayor and a councilman of Atlantic City were involved in "an incident" early Sunday morning, Atlantic County officials announced. Mayor...
article 'No one's home is safe' if agency can seize man's house for a fantasy project, group says (10/23/2018)
(Atlantic City) -- A man who is looking to protect his house from being claimed by eminent domain is about to fight his case in an appeals court hearing in Jersey City...
article Travel: Roll the dice on Atlantic City and you may be pleasantly surprised (10/6/2018)
(Atlantic City) -- Knowing I’m from Southern California with Las Vegas so close, several people told me not to expect too much from Atlantic City. Sure, I heard “The...
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Columbus/Indigenous Day

article Columbus Comes Down: How a ‘Symbol of Atrocity’ Finally Became a Moment of Healing (11/10/2018)
(California) -- A statue of explorer Christopher Columbus that stood for 45 years in downtown L.A.’s Grand Park was removed Saturday after a healing ceremony and...
article Should Columbus Day Be Replaced With Indigenous Peoples Day? (10/4/2018)
(New York) -- Does your school or community recognize Columbus Day as an official holiday? What do you know about Christopher Columbus, and what did you learn about him...
article Indigenous Peoples’ Day to honor Native American women (10/3/2018)
(Missouri) -- One in three Native American women will be sexually assaulted in their lifetime. They also go missing and are murdered at an alarmingly high rate. Adria...
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Tuolumne Band of Me-Wuk

article Retired Local Casino CEO Picked For TCEDA Board Seat (11/10/2018)
(California) -- The Tuolumne County Economic Development Authority Board of Directors have selected a former local casino CEO to take one of two vacant seats on the...
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Chumash Tribe

article Third Eye Blind to play Nov. 16 at casino (11/6/2018)
(California) -- Third Eye Blind, an alternative rock band that achieved commercial success in the late 1990s, is coming to the Chumash Casino Resort’s Samala...
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Florida Gaming

article New permits signal work at future Swan & Dolphin 349-room hotel (11/6/2018)
(Florida) -- Progress on the third property at Walt Disney World's (NYSE: DIS) Swan & Dolphin Resort appears to be heating up. New state permits filed on Nov. 5 hint...
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Maryland Gaming

article After 6-year-old girl electrocuted at MGM casino, head of PG Co. permitting stepping down (11/5/2018)
(Maryland) -- Following investigations into the electrocution of a 6-year-old girl at MGM National Harbor in June, Dr. Haitham Hijazi the agency head under fire for...
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Billy Mills

article Olympian Billy Mills visits Coos Bay, partakes in film screening (11/2/2018)
(Oregon) -- On October 30, Olympic gold medalist Billy Mills visited Coos Bay in Oregon, which is the hometown of American track and field legend Steve Prefontaine.
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Wynn Boston Harbor

article It’s A Real Tragedy’: Emergency Bridge Fix Near Everett Casino Costs Taxpayers Millions (11/1/2018)
(Massachusetts) -- It’s going to be an agonizing commute every morning for the next six months near the under construction Everett casino. “My ride is hell,...
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Sheldon Adelson

article PODCAST: Trump, Sheldon Adelson, Shinzo Abe, and Casinos (10/31/2018)
(Washington D.C.) -- A new ProPublica report delves into Adelson’s ties to the president, and what he’s getting from Trump.
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St. Regis Mohawk

article St. Regis Mohawk Tribe Executive Director, Tsiorasa Barreiro, Receives NYS Hometown Alumni Award (10/30/2018)
(New York) -- Tsiorasa Barreiro, an Akwesasne native and executive director for tribal operations of the Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe in Akwesasne, Franklin County, was...
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Cultural Appropriation

article Debate Erupts Over Halloween Costumes Crossing Racial Lines (10/27/2018)
(Minnesota) -- When Colorado attorney Jeff Schwartz asked his 7-year-old son what he wanted to dress as this Halloween, the answer was clear: his favorite movie...
article Moana actress says it's OK for kids to dress up as her Disney character for Halloween (10/27/2018)
(Hollywood) -- Auli’i Cravalho, the Hawaii-born actress who voices the title character in the hit Disney film "Moana," is encouraging fans of all...
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Foxwoods

article Brockton cop suspended following arrest at Foxwoods Casino (10/26/2018)
(Connecticut) -- A city police officer has been off the job for two weeks related to a mid-October arrest at a Connecticut casino. The Enterprise has learned that Jamal...
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Ohio Gaming

article Haydocy plans “upscale RV resort” next to Hollywood Casino Columbus (10/26/2018)
(Ohio) -- A hotel next to Hollywood Casino Columbus may still be years away, but visitors will soon get another option for staying next door to the West Side casino.
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Hard Rock

article Sugar Factory to open sweet escape at Hard Rock Biloxi (10/23/2018)
(Mississippi) -- The Gulf Coast is about to get a little bit sweeter! Sugar Factory American Brasserie is opening its newest location inside Biloxi's Hard Rock Casino....
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Barona

article Homeless Students at San Diego’s Monarch School Receive $5,000 Barona Education Grant to Update Classroom Technology (10/18/2018)
(California) -- The Barona Band of Mission Indians, recognized by the United States government as a sovereign nation, has lived on the Barona Indian Reservation in rural...
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California Gaming

article What’s happening at Southern California casinos this week (Oct. 19-25) (10/18/2018)
(California) -- It doesn’t matter what level of wine knowledge you have to enjoy Pala Casino Spa & Resort’s latest wine pairing dinner.
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Sports Betting

article LEGAL BLOG: Now That Sports Betting Is Legal, Here’s How You Get Paid (10/16/2018)
(USA) -- Congratulations, you won a sports bet! What happens now? In the five states where sports betting is now legal, any qualifying individual who places and wins a...
article COMMENTARY: Why Sports Betting Revenue Should Be Directed Toward Youth Sports (10/14/2018)
(Washington D.C.) -- One of the strongest arguments for using revenue from legalized sports betting to finance youth sports is that the proceeds are expected to be such...
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Sports Betting & Tribes

article USBookmaking signs sports betting agreement with New Mexico casino (10/8/2018)
(New Mexico) -- USBookmaking has agreed to provide sports betting risk services at Santa Ana Star Casino & Hotel in New Mexico. The Las Vegas-based company has...
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Anti-Sovereignty

article Controversial ‘New Code of the West’ Conference Set in Whitefish (10/6/2018)
(Montana) -- A controversial “New Code of the West” conference in Whitefish featuring a slate of speakers that includes Ammon Bundy, who made national...
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Macau Gaming

article Macau Gambling Figures Buy Asset in HK’s Central From Car Park Queen for HK$100M (10/2/2018)
(Macau) -- The sixth floor of the On Lok Yuen Building on Hong Kong’s Dex Voeux Road was purchased by a Macau investor for HK$100 million, the Land Registry...
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Other News

article Annual conference helps families create holiday memories (12/15/2018)
(New Mexico) -- Songs about Christmas filled the Shiprock Youth Complex gymnasium as community members participated Wednesday in the family winter conference organized...
article BLOG: Why gambling used to scare baseball and why it doesn’t anymore (12/13/2018)
(Las Vegas) -- The mayor of Las Vegas attended the Major League Baseball Winter Meetings in 2004 with a showgirl on each arm and an Elvis impersonator behind him. This...
article NSU AIHC accepting Symposium on the American Indian proposals (12/9/2018)
(Oklahoma) -- According to a Northeastern State University press release, the university’s American Indian Heritage Committee is accepting proposals for the 47th annual...
article Walking for Zachary Bear Heels (12/8/2018)
(Nebraska) -- Family, friends and members of the Native American community gathered Saturday to walk four miles in memory of Zachary Bear Heels. Bear Heels was traveling...
article NDN Collective Seeks To Fund Tribal Autonomy (12/5/2018)
(South Dakota) -- On an East Main Street building in Rapid City is a new sign that reads "NDN Collective." And painted on the window are the words "Defend. Develop....
article Casino Parking Garage: Celebration set (12/4/2018)
(Oregon) -- A public ribbon cutting ceremony for the Chinook Winds Casino Resort's new parking garage is set for 12 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 13 on the first floor of...
article BLOG: Seven Leadership Mistakes Casino Slot Managers Warn Against (12/3/2018)
(Las Vegas) -- Last week, I shared six leadership secrets for good management excerpted from Tales from the Slot Floor, a collection of edited interviews with casino...
article A 27-year-old entrepreneur who lost $35,000 in one night explains why losing money can lead him to good things (12/1/2018)
(Louisiana) -- In a single night, party promoter and restaurateur Larry Morrow gambled away $35,000. Four years later, Morrow is a rising star in the entertainment and...
article Couple had to prove New Mexico was a state to DC clerk who thought it was foreign country (11/30/2018)
(Washington D.C.) -- A District of Columbia clerk and a supervisor refused to accept a New Mexico man's state driver's license as he sought a marriage license because...
article San Carlos Apache Tribe to swear in new council members (11/29/2018)
(Arizona) -- The inauguration ceremony for the 2019 San Carlos Apache Tribal Council will take place Dec. 4 at 10 a.m. at the San Carlos Event Center at Apache Gold...
article Family of missing native woman demands answers (11/29/2018)
(Washington) -- The family of a missing Washington woman is demanding answers. The Seattle Times reports Rosenda Strong was last seen Oct. 2, getting into her friend's...
article Planning underway to restore huge Indian statue (11/26/2018)
(New Hampshire) -- Peter Brunette, chairman of the city Planning Board, plans to spearhead an effort to restore the huge wooden sculpture in Opechee Park, “Giant Indian-...
article Man arrested after car chase, claiming he ran from police because he was 'scared.' (11/25/2018)
(Washington) -- A man is behind bars after running from police Saturday night. Around 10:18pm, Officer Casey Briggs with the Toppenish Police Department saw a small four...
article Another year of 'Crafts for Christmas' at the Nugget Casino Resort (11/24/2018)
(Nevada) -- The Nugget Casino Resort held their 9th annual Crafts for Christmas from Friday, November 23 to Sunday, November 25. The free, three-day shopping event was...
article 5 Places to Achieve Zen at ARIA Resort & Casino Las Vegas (11/22/2018)
(Las Vegas) -- Put both your mind and body at ease at The Spa at ARIA, which offers a plethora of restorative and relaxing treatments, including Thai Fusion Massage,...
article McKinley statue removal enters new phase this week (11/18/2018)
(California) -- The environmental impact report for the removal of the statue of President William McKinley from the Arcata Plaza is set to move into its final stages...
article Eataly on Las Vegas Strip sets opening date (11/14/2018)
(Las Vegas) -- That big expanse of glass fronting the Strip at the Park MGM will come to life Dec. 27 with the opening of Eataly Las Vegas. The company has locations all...
article Unveiling of Life-sized Coco-themed Gingerbread House at Casino Del Sol (11/14/2018)
(Arizona) -- This holiday season, Casino Del Sol is building a life-size gingerbread house in its hotel lobby from completely edible ingredients, and the unveiling will...
article Thunder celebrates Native American Heritage Month (11/13/2018)
(Oklahoma) -- The Thunder is set to celebrate Native American Heritage Month, beginning Wednesday, when OKC takes on the Knicks at Chesapeake Energy Arena. The team will...
article 'Skoden' graffiti covered up from Sudbury water tower (11/10/2018)
(Sudbury) -- Graffiti that appeared on the water tower in Sudbury earlier this summer has now been covered up. In July, the word 'Skoden' was painted on the landmark....

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