The Gila River Indian Community says it has outgrown its more than 8-year-old Wild Horse Pass Casino, near Phoenix, and plans to relocate the casino closer to Interstate 10, where it will convert the facility into a casino resort, including a 250-room hotel, 2,300-seat entertainment hall and a parking garage. The tribe expects to see a 15% to 20% increase in visitors from the move.

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