LEBANON, Ohio (AP) -- Commissioners in southwest Ohio's Warren County have approved plans for a $175 million "racino" about 30 miles north of Cincinnati.
The Cincinnati Enquirer (http://cin.ci/SUYaek ) reports the facility approved Tuesday will combine horse racing with up to 2,500 slots-like gambling terminals.
Construction is expected to start in December, and it's slated to open in 2014 if the state approves.
The 120-acre site near Interstate 75 will employ about 700 people. It is expected to include a grandstand, restaurants and other buildings.
It wouldn't be the state's first so-called racino. Scioto Downs in Columbus opened one in June, and others are in the works.
Cincinnati also is getting a new casino, which is scheduled to open next spring.