Six Native American tribes sued Wisconsin on Tuesday to try to stop its planned gray wolf hunt in November, asserting that the hunt violates their treaty rights and endangers an animal they consider sacred.
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(WFSB) - Connecticut lawmakers have already approved online gaming, but there are still things that need to happen before you can start placing bets.
North Haven's Board of Education voted to retire the district's Indians mascot.
(WFSB) - Good news for sports bettors. Three entities were issued provisional licenses for operating daily fantasy sports in Connecticut.
High schools may have some funding withheld if they don't change nicknames or mascots deemed offensive to the state's Native American tribes.
A bill legalizing sports gaming in the state heads to Gov. Ned Lamont’s desk.
Lawmakers are moving forward with a bill that would allow wagering and online betting here in Connecticut.
A popular family-run pasta company in South Windsor has sold.
Connecticut's governor and two of the state's tribal nations announced a sports betting and online gaming agreement.