Forecasters say it will be a week of quickly-changing weather in Central Ohio.
The casino set to open Monday on Columbus’ west side is testing its operations with an invitation-only “demonstration day” on Wednesday.
Nearly $20 million in casino tax revenue is being divvied up among Ohio’s 88 counties. The state’s eight largest cities will also get a chunk of that money.
The decision by Franklin County Judge Timothy Horton clears the way for a new video slot machine facility to open at Scioto Downs on Friday.
The Hollywood Casino in Toledo opens Tuesday, just two weeks after the state’s first casino opened to big crowds in downtown Cleveland.
The bill that cleared the Ohio House and Senate late Thursday sends at least $2 million to every “racino” city except Columbus.
The horse racing track on Columbus’ south side is getting the state’s first license for the slot-like gambling machines.
A wide-ranging bill to bring order to Ohio’s gambling laws has cleared the state Senate.
Tow men who’ve made three unsuccessful bids at legalizing gambling say they’re starting a ballot effort for a casino in the Youngstown area.
A relatively-routine meeting turned into a debate over the ethics of gambling.
As Ohio writes rules to govern its new casinos, some other states are changing their gambling rules to help increase revenue.