Suit Over Connecticut Casino Law DismissedConnecticut's Office of the Attorney General ready to defend against any appeal
Connecticut Tribe Among Partners In $265M Mississippi CasinoA Connecticut Indian tribe and others say they'll partner to build a $265 million casino on the Mississippi Gulf Coast.
Study Out On Proposed 3rd CasinoA new study suggests Fairfield County may be the best location for another casino in Connecticut.
Tribe To Build Resort In South KoreaSouth Korean government approves license for the site near the international airport in Seoul
Some Lawmakers Want More Info About Possible Third CasinoSome state lawmakers say they need to know much more about the ramifications of allowing a third casino in Connecticut before they pass any legislation approving the project.
East Windsor Out Of Casino RunningLeaders of Connecticut's two federally recognized tribes say they're no longer considering East Windsor as a site for a proposed casino.
Mashantucket & Mohegan Tribes Say They Haven't Chosen Casino Site YetThe leaders of Connecticut's two federally recognized Indian tribes say they haven't chosen a site yet for a new, jointly run casino but are nearing "more intensive negotiations."
Tribes Plan Casino AnnouncementLater today, the Mashtucket and Mohegan tribes are expected to make an announcment regarding the joint casino venture they're undertaking.
Tattoos, Martial Arts And Poker? Casinos Wooing MillennialsCasinos are bringing in tattoo studios, mixed martial arts competitions and other offbeat attractions in an effort to draw millennials.
Site For Third Connecticut Casino May Be Unknown Until Late 2016Connecticut's two federally recognized tribes say a site may not be chosen for their proposed new casino until later in 2016.
Tribes Put Off Dec. 15 Deadline for New Casino SiteThe Mashantucket Pequot and Mohegan tribes have put off their decision on where to locate a joint casino venture in Connecticut to compete with a planned Springfield, Massachusetts, casino.
Connecticut Tribes Pushing Along Border Casino ProposalConnecticut's two federally recognized tribes are asking the communities interested in hosting a new casino near the Massachusetts border to move ahead with their local approval processes.