Officials with the Gun Lake casino presented a revenue-sharing check of nearly $1.6 million to the local board for distribution in the community, and another
Several Supreme Court justices seems troubled Tuesday at the thought of letting a lawsuit move forward that aims to shut down an already opened tribal casino
It was years in the making and often at the center of intense legal battles.
The Supreme Court will decide whether a lawsuit attempting to shut down a new tribal casino in southwestern Michigan can move forward.
Gun Lake Casino and Gun Lake Tribe of Pottawatomi Indians officials say the Wayland area casino is doing well, and they have checks to prove it.
The parking lots at the just-opened Gun Lake Casino are so full and traffic is so heavy along US 131 the Allegan County Sheriff's Department closed the
Gun Lake Casino officials moved up the grand opening time of their facility, two hours earlier than previously planned.
The line to the Gun Lake Casino begins in Las Vegas. And at the head of that line are Frank Fertitta III and his brother, Lorenzo Fertitta.
A federal appeals court on Friday revived a lawsuit challenging a new casino in southwestern Michigan on the same day that the American Indian tribe planned to
The Gun Lake Casino, after years of planning, wrangling and building, will open their doors on Feb. 11.