Indianapolis officials are considering a downtown casino to help eliminate a budget deficit facing the Capital Improvement Board, which runs the city’s sports arenas and convention center.

The chairman of the CIB said the board is talking with state legislators about the possibility of establishing a downtown casino to help offset operating costs for the city’s three main sports venues: Conesco Fieldhouse, Lucas Oil Stadium, and the Indiana Convention Center.

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