An Oklahoma Indian tribe wants to return to its ancestral Georgia home, and bring a casino with it.
It's the latest twist in the effort to legalize gaming in Georgia.
WSB-TV reports a lawyer for the United Keetoowah band of the Cherokee said an Indian casino will help a native Georgia people struggling to survive.
The Keetoowah band was driven from Georgia during the Trail of Tears in the 1830s.
The impoverished tribe's executive director hopes for a fruitful homecoming. Anile Locust says she would like to see her people flourish in her lifetime.