KMOX recently reported that casino revenues are down, but how low can they go?
A recent decline in Missouri’s casino revenues is raising questions among lawmakers about the extent to which the state can continue to rely on gambling revenue.
A fire breaks out at the River City Casino.
Cashing in a lost casino ticket could land patrons in hot water.
Police are investigating several cases of possible debit card fraud at a Mississippi River casino in northeast Missouri.
The proceeds would be turned over to the Department of Healthcare and Family Services to be distributed to the families.
The biggest decline was at Lumiere Place in downtown St. Louis, where revenue dropped nearly 18 percent. Gambling revenue has fallen at the metropolitan St. Louis casinos every month this year.
Nixon said the bill would have weakened laws that keep minors out of casinos, though the industry had promoted the measure as a greater deterrent to underage gambling.
In a deal between Pinnacle Entertainment and the Federal Trade Commission, the Lumiere Place Casino and Hotels is for sale in downtown St. Louis.
Visitors at Isle Casino Cape Girardeau dropped 42 percent in May from a peak of 123,000 in March.