State Sen. Jon Ford, R-Terre Haute, has authored legislation that would move unused gambling slots from Rising Star Resort and Casino in Rising Sun to Terre Haute.
Legislation to put a casino in one, specific location would be tough to pass. Lawmakers from Gary have tried for years to move one of its riverboat casinos inland and a previous proposal to move part of Rising Sun’s gambling operations to Indianapolis found a skeptical response.
A tribal casino set to open in South Bend in 2018 could reduce Indiana's tax revenue by more than $350 million in its first five years, according to a report released Tuesday by a group that represents most of Indiana's commercial casinos.
The casino is expected to draw business from Indiana's existing casinos, which have already been seeing business shrink because of competition from surrounding states.
Trump’s campaign behavior reminds some Hoosiers of their interactions with him during a storied history in Indiana, as owner of a Gary casino and would-be operator of another in French Lick.
A state law passed in 2015 allows riverboat casinos in Indiana to move onto land that is near their current locations.
The owner of Evansville's casino says it plans to move from its current riverboat docked along the Ohio River to a new $50 million on-shore facility.
Matt Bell, a former state representative and chairman of the Indiana Gaming Commission, has been picked to lead the Casino Association of Indiana, succeeding longtime president Mike Smith.
Pinnacle Entertainment’s proposed sale of its casinos to Gaming & Leisure Properties is being opposed by a union that will ask the Indiana Gaming Commission to reject the plan, saying the deal would give the company more casinos than state law allows.
Horse track operators and breeders are concerned the good times might be trotting to a close as some states move to rein in a lucrative subsidy that's helped prop up their long suffering-industry.
The complex, called American Place, would contain Indiana's smallest casino, 1.2 million square feet of retail space, 200 condominiums, 25 high-end hotel suites, a conference and performance center, offices, a movie theater with moving seats and a health club.
The deal will create a combined real estate investment trust that will own 35 casino and hotel facilities in 14 states, including three in Indiana.
Mike Smith plans to resign as president and CEO of the Casino Association of Indiana after more than a dozen years in the position, the group announced Monday.
The center, to be located near Indiana Downs, will provide health services to horses and serve as a working laboratory for veterinary school learning and research.
Tribal Chairman John Warren said the law specifying the process for the state to enter into a compact violates the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act because it includes stipulations on what the compact must include.
Indiana’s riverboat casinos will be allowed to build new on-land facilities under a bill that Gov. Mike Pence will allow to become law without his signature. But Pence vetoed a bill that would have allowed online betting on horses.
Lawmakers have approved a deal to allow Indiana's riverboat casinos to build on-land facilities, but live dealers won't be working table games anytime soon at the state's two horse track casinos.