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Wheel of Fortune slots award two February jackpots

IGT's popular slot machines paid out more than $2.4 million total to two lucky players in Nevada and Wisconsin.

Wisconsin Casino opens luxury RV park

Ho-Chunk Casino opens luxury RV park, one of several expansion plans.

Arbitrator requested for Ho-Chunk dispute

News Brief: A federal judge wants an arbitrator to decide if the Ho-Chunk Indians must pay the state millions in gambling profits.

Ho-Chunk misses payment

New Brief: The Ho-Chunk tribe missed an initial budget deadline Monday to pay an estimated $72 million in gambling money that state officials are counting on to help balance an already stressed state budget.

Ho-Chunk re-opens poker tables

News Brief: After 2 years, Ho-Chunk Casino north of Baraboo reopened its poker tables Sunday with players filling the tables and more excited gamblers waiting in the wings.

Ho-Chunk Casino Games Return

News Brief: Ho-Chunk Nation officials report that roulette, craps and poker will return to their Baraboo casino after a brief, legally induced hiatus.

Horse Betting is Out of the Gate

News Brief: Though the new off-track betting parlor at the Ho-Chunk Casino has only been open a month, it's already earned a following of old-timers.

Wisconsin Tribal Casino to Shut Down Table Games

News Brief: The Ho-Chunk tribe said it would comply with the Wisconsin Supreme Court's ruling and shut down the expanded table games.

Ho-Chunk Casino Workers Laid Off

News Brief: 55 Ho–Chunk Nation employees have been laid off, including 35 people from the Baraboo Casino.

Tribes Challenge Wisconsin Compact

News Brief: The Lac du Flambeau and Bad River Chippewa tribes of Wisconsin have filed a federal lawsuit claiming the Ho-Chunk Nation's compact unfairly protects the Ho-Chunk from casino competition.

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