The Nevada Gaming Control Board released some dire financial results for the state's gambling industry, noting that revenues fell 14% in the month of February.
Revenues dropped from $1 billion last year to $926 million in February, with the Las Vegas Strip bringing in just $556 million (down 30% from last year).
Downtown Las Vegas hauled in $43 million, which was up 3%, while Reno Casinos brought in $44 million (up 1% from last year).
Lake Tahoe saw revenues of $15 million, which was down 10%.
The State of Nevada collected $59 million in tax revenues from the casino, which is down 5% from last year.