For the second month in a row, revenue is up at the Toledo Hollywood Casino.
The Ohio Casino Control Commission released its revenue report Thursday for the state's three casinos.
Toledo collected $14.3 million last month, up about a half-percent from December when the casino saw revenue of $14.2 million.
The Columbus Casino generated $18.2 million in January - up 2%
But Cleveland's casino took a huge hit. It's revenue was down 16% to $20.6 million.
The Cleveland and Toledo casinos opened last May, and the one in Columbus debuted in October. A fourth casino is scheduled to open March 4 in Cincinnati.