Casinos across the Silver State and along the Colorado River enjoyed an uptick in gambling activity during the month of April. The Nevada Gaming Control Board reports that $876.1-million in gambling revenue statewide, up 1.2% from April of last year.

Laughlin properties fared better with a gain of almost 4.25%. Casinos along the river collected $42.9 in gambling revenue in April, compared to $41.1-million the same month last year.