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An Ohio developer is suing the Delaware Tribe of Indians for breach of contract after allegedly paying the Bartlesville-based tribe and its Delaware Enterprise Authority more than $2.6 million toward developing a casino that never materialized. River
A Muscogee (Creek) Nation committee by a 7-2 vote Tuesday night rejected a proposal for the tribe to take over a controversial Broken Arrow casino project. Florida developer Luis Figueredo urged the committee to approve the proposal, which would have
District Judge Gregory Frizzell will not reconsider his previous granting of an injunction against the operation of an Indian casino in Broken Arrow. The Kialegee Tribal Town had asked Frizzell to reconsider his May 18 ruling after owners of the
The Kialegee Tribal Town did not violate a court-ordered injunction against the construction of an Indian casino by operating a fireworks stand this summer, a federal judge ruled Monday...District Judge Gregory Frizzell said in his order that the
Attorneys who tried unsuccessfully to prevent an injunction against construction of an Indian casino in Broken Arrow have requested permission to withdraw as counsel for the Kialegee Tribal Town, its town king and developers because they haven't been
Though Mike Lester stepped down from the mayoral seat last week in response to the ongoing Indian casino controversy, a neighborhood group that fiercely opposes gaming has vowed to demand that he resign altogether from the City Council. Jared Cawley.
The Kialegee Tribal Town is asking the federal Gaming Commission to reconsider its determination that land in Broken Arrow is not eligible for gaming because the property owners are now members of the Wetumka-based tribe. Last week, the National
The Kialegee Tribal Town and developers for a stalled gaming facility in Broken Arrow are asking Chief U.S. District Judge Gregory Frizzell to lift an injunction so construction can resume on their project as a sports bar and restaurant instead of a
5/25/2012 3:14 PM The National Indian Gaming Commission has determined that the site of a proposed casino in Broken Arrow does not belong to the Kialegee Tribal Town and is not eligible for gambling, U.S.
Before a firestorm of controversy erupted in December when ground was broken for an Indian casino, there was "absolute support" for it among officials with the city of Broken Arrow, a key defense witness testified Thursday. In an injunction hearing