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Who wants to be a millionaire? Broward County slot players will have a shot
Sure, you'll take a $200,000 slot jackpot. But how does $1 million sound? Or $2 million? That kind of money will be within reach once new state gambling laws take effect...
Native American activist mourned
Native American activists from around the country will gather at Frank’s Landing today to pay final respects to Alison Bridges Gottfriedson, a passionate Indian rights activist and...
Fort Sill Apaches accused of violating gaming law
The leader of the Fort Sill Apaches of Oklahoma says the tribe will continue to offer gambling on its land in southern New Mexico despite a federal violation notice...
County invites Soboba tribe to Sept. 1 meeting
Riverside County supervisors directed county staff Tuesday to be prepared to comment on the draft environmental impact report for the Soboba Band of Luiseño Indians' proposed annex...
Tribe may lose Greektown Casino-Hotel
After more than a year, the Chapter 11 saga of bankrupt Greektown Casino-Hotel is moving toward conclusion, but the casino's owners aren't in for a happy ending...
Three suspects in Harrah beating death in court
Three suspects arrested in the beating death of a man in Harrah made preliminary appearances Tuesday in Yakima County Superior Court...
Tribal Police investigating two deaths
St. Regis Mohawk Tribal Police are actively investigating the recent deaths of a local man and woman. Michael David's body was found floating in the St...
Vandals desecrate Tulalip Tribe cemetery
The Mission Beach Cemetery is sacred ground for the Tulalip Tribe. Generations of honored tribal members have been put to rest at the spiritual sanctuary...
Schumer, Arcuri want no more unused Air Force property given to Indians
Tax-free trust land for the Oneidas Indian Nation will be on the minds of U.S. Senator Charles E. Schumer and Rep. Michael A...
Fort Sill Apaches accused of violating gaming law
The Fort Sill Apache Tribe of Oklahoma has been found in violation of federal law by offering gaming at its casino in southern New Mexico...
Fort Worth's Amon Carter Museum acquires a long-sought masterpiece of American Indian photography
The Amon Carter Museum, already known for the breadth and depth of its photography holdings, has acquired one of the most important publications of the 20th century: a rare, comple...
Resolution against new Creek land bid at hand
Councilor Bill Christiansen said Tuesday that he will hand-deliver the resolution, if approved by the council July 30, to the regional office of the Bureau of Indian Affairs in Mus...
No Spring Training for the Fort
It’s three strikes and you’re out for the Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation when it comes to landing stadium deals...
Fort Sill Apache ordered to cease bingo games at Akela casino
The Fort Sill Apache Tribe of Oklahoma on Tuesday received a notice of violation from the federal government for operating paper bingo at its Akela casino...
From tragedy, a new purpose
Cliff Matias, Today correspondent
A t this year’s Denver March pow wow, a young lady limped across the arena to accept the top award for the adult Jingle Dress contest...
Tribal Health Clinic Succeeds By Treating Non-Natives Too
When Barack Obama was running for president, he made it a point to visit Indian reservations...
Tribe says it donated more than $40 million in 2008
The Shakopee Mdewakanton Dakota Community says in its annual report it donated more than $40 million in fiscal year 2008 to other Indian tribes, education and youth programs and ch...
Bois Forte Tribal Government Headquarters destroyed in fire
The Bois Forte Tribal Government Headquarters in Nett Lake sustained a severe fire early Monday morning...
Signing of agreement between tribe, county delayed
Monday's scheduled signing of a cross-deputization agreement between the Blackfeet Tribe and Glacier County has been delayed...
Quechan tribe receives grants
Quechan tribal lands will have much improved sanitation and drinking water, due to a federal grant, tribal officials say...
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