The newest addition to Las Vegas' resurgent downtown announced itself this week with a marching band, a ribbon cutting and showgirls.
COLUMBUS, Ohio - A new survey finds that about 3 percent of Ohio adults are either problem gamblers or at risk of gambling problems as casinos open around the state.
The phone poll released Monday will be used as a baseline to target prevention and treatment dollars from casino revenues in coming years.
Six percent of Ohioans who gamble say their primary venue now is casinos. The lottery is the preferred game for 72 percent of Ohioans who wager. About 8 percent of those responding saw casinos as riskier for addiction than the lottery.
The poll of 3,600 residents was conducted from February through July and had a margin of error of plus or minus 2.75 percent.
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September revenue numbers released Monday show the Horseshoe Casino Cleveland posting a slight revenue jump over August figures but down 8.4 percent over September 2012.
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Revenue numbers released Monday for August show the Horseshoe Casino Cleveland down 4.8 percent from July, and 17.2 percent compared to August 2012.
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Employee turnover rates at two of the state's four casinos are about one in three since the casinos opened, according to statistics from the Ohio Casino Control Commission.
By Labor Day, work is expected to begin on the new walkway over Ontario Street and Prospect Avenue connecting the Horseshoe Cleveland and its parking garage.