A new indian casino will be built in Yreka after the Karuk Tribe secured a tribal-state gaming compact. Governor Brown signed the document Thursday. The Karuk Tribe is California's second largest, with about 37-Hundred members. In a press release, the governor's office says revenue generated by the casino will help the tribal government promote the healthcare, educational, natural resource and other needs of tribemembers. The compact will allow a maximum of 15-Hundred slot machines. If more than 350 machines are in operation, the tribe will be required to share ten percent of the casino's revenue with non-gaming tribes in California.