Swedish retailer IKEA announced Tuesday it plans to build a store in Columbus near Polaris Mall.
An anti-gambling group tells the Ohio Supreme Court parents of public school students should be given legal standing to sue Gov. John Kasich over his decision to legalize slots-like video lottery terminals and use some proceeds for non-educational purposes.
Revenues at Ohio’s four voter-approved gambling casinos is down 25 percent from last year’s.
The state’s four casinos generated $273.4 million in tax revenue in the fiscal year that ended in June. That was more than $36 million less than the state had predicted.
Ohio’s racinos are on track to make more money than the state’s four casinos.
Columbus City Schools is looking into allegations that some transportation department workers were involved in gambling on district property.The investigation comes after a worker called the districtâ€™s tip line.
Itâ€™s been a year since Horseshoe Cincinnati, the last of Ohio’s casinos to open, began taking bets. So are concerns about problem gambling coming true?
A Franklin County judge has ruled electronic raffle machines used by veterans charities and fraternal lodges can continue to operate for the next several months until a lawsuit is settled.
A New Jersey company has pleaded guilty to racketeering charges and has promised to stop trying to do business in Ohio. It’s the latest setback for internet cafe owners trying to keep their industry afloat.
Opponents of a state law that effectively bans storefront sweepstakes parlors say they’ve dropped their effort to place a repeal request on the November 2014 ballot.
Ohio veterans and fraternal groups have continued to set up electronic raffle machines in posts and lodges disregarding a warning from the state’s attorney general that the devices are illegal.