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Arizona casino profits lead to problems

News Brief: Casino profits have given the Arizona Pascua Yaqui tribe a reason to hope and an excuse to fight.

gCommerce signs with Arizona casino

gCommerce Solutions reports that it has signed contracts with four properties, including the Prescott casino resort.

Navajo casino hits snag

News Brief: The drive to get the first Navajo Nation casino up and running has hit another snag.

Arizona casino move finds support

News Brief: A once controversial plan by the Gila River Indian Community to relocate and enlarge its Lone Butte Casino south of Chandler, Arizona, is bringing compliments from city officials and an open house to neighbors.

Navajo casino loan approved

News Brief: The New Mexico Economic Development Committee approved legislation which would authorize the Navajo Nation to commit to a $100 million loan from JP Morgan Chase to establish gaming on the reservation.

Arizona poker champ crowned

News Brief: Casino Arizona named a new State Poker Champion Aug. 19at the culmination of the third annual Arizona State Poker event.

Towns await Arizona casino decision

News Brief: Chandler Mayor Boyd Dunn and Councilman Matt Orlando say the city and neighbors need more details from the Gila River Indian community about a planned casino move as a new group of residents mounts opposition.

Arizona casino expansion planned for November

News Brief: The Cocopah Tribe plans to open its resort and conference center on Nov. 1, located next to the tribe's casino.

Arizona tribes give $28.1 million to state

News Brief: Arizona's Indian tribes gave a record $28.1 million to the state for the April-June quarter as part of the voter-approved casino revenue-sharing program in place since April 2003, the Arizona Department of Gaming said.

Chief still wants Arizona tribal casino

News Brief: Although the first Navajo Nation casino will be built in New Mexico, President Joe Shirley Jr. has not given up on the idea of building a casino in Northeastern Arizona.

Navajo casino finds lender

News Brief: Navajo President Joe Shirley Jr. announced this week that the tribe has reached an agreement with one of the biggest banks in the country - JP Morgan Chase - to supply a $100 million line of credit to develop casinos.

Arizona tribe divided over casino plans

News Brief: The Gila River Indian tribe is divided plan to build a new casino beginning this summer.

Arizona gets $24.6 million from gaming

News Brief: Arizona's Indian tribes with casinos gave $24.6 million of gaming revenue to the Arizona Department of Gaming for the January-March quarter, a 9.5 percent increase from the same period last year, the state reported Tuesday.

Man wins $1.3 million slot jackpot

News Brief: On Friday, Mike Ramirez hit a $1,346,971 Wheel of Fortune MegaJackpot on a $1 slot machine at Casino Arizona.

Navajo gaming battle heats up

News Brief: The battle for control of potential gaming on the Navajo Nation continues today as the council decides whether to override presidential vetoes on two chapters' gaming enterprises.

Arizona tribe moves, expands casino

News Brief: The Gila River Indian Community is doubling the size of its smallest casino and moving it to just south of Chandler, Arizona.

Arizona casino opens this fall

ews Brief: What started in 1984 with a bingo hall inside a white, oblong tent run by the O'odham nation has morphed into a $120 million casino-hotel project, scheduled to open this fall.

Navajo Nation president vetoes gambling legislation

Undeterred by an override of similar legislation last month by the Navajo Nation Council, Navajo Nation President Joe Shirley, Jr., on Monday vetoed two more pieces of legislation that sought to create chapter gaming enterprises.

Arizona ticket wins $15 million prize

A Nevada man won the $15 million Powerball jackpot from the Saturday, Jan. 27 drawing with a ticket he bought in Arizona.

Arizona Powerball ticket wins $15 million

One lucky ticket in Arizona matched all 6 numbers and walked away with the $15 million jackpot Saturday evening.

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