More bad news for another local industry that's mostly predicated on human misery and a dearth of understanding of statistics and the laws for probability.
Here's a glimpse at hard times all around . . . Read more:
by: The Associated Press Posted: / Updated: WICHITA, Kan. (AP) - Kansas' four state-owned casinos reported a 28% drop in revenue last year when they were closed for two months because of the coronavirus pandemic. The four casinos in Kansas City, Mulvane, Dodge City and Pittsburg generated about $300 million revenue in 2020, down from $416 million the year before.