Columbus Casino

Lawmakers are considering the state's options in the wake of the US Supreme Court's ruling clearing the way for legalized sports gambling.

Columbus officials on Thursday officially dedicated the new Wilson Road Park.

Columbus Division of Police

Jury selection is underway in the trial of a Columbus man accused of stealing from a jackpot winner at the Columbus casino.

Franklin Township could receive 39 million dollars over 50 years from shared revenues from the Columbus casino.

Revenue At Columbus Casino Fell Last Month

Oct 8, 2013

The Ohio Casino Control Commission says revenue rose at the Cincinnati and Cleveland casinos last month and fell at facilities in Columbus and Toledo.

The second of three suspects has been sentenced for robbing a Columbus man of nearly 36-thousand dollars in casino winnings last fall.

Man Sues Columbus Casino Over Stolen Winnings

Jul 25, 2013

A man who was robbed of more than 35 thousand dollars he won at the Columbus casino is suing the owners of the facility.

A former worker at the Columbus casino and her fiance are charged with stealing from the facility.

Franklin County prosecutors say two people charged with cheating at the Columbus casino last fall have pleaded guilty and will serve probation.

The Ohio Casino Control Commission says a busy three-day weekend helped boost revenue at two gambling establishments in Central Ohio.

Officials at the Columbus casino say they'll remove 500 slot machines this month and replace them with six poker tables.

Number of accused cheaters at Columbus casino rises

Nov 28, 2012

The number of people indicted for cheating at Ohio's newest full-scale gambling casino continues to climb.  That's because a new wave of charges has been handed out by a grand jury looking into problems at the Columbus casino.  Statehouse correspondent Bill Cohen has this report.

Ohio's largest casino opened yesterday, nearly three years after voters approved the construction of four casinos in the state.