STATELINE (AP) - New plans have been unveiled for an old casino that has been sitting empty for more than a year and a half on the south shore of Lake Tahoe.
The Tahoe Daily Tribune reports three new tenants have been confirmed for the building that once housed Bill's Casino in Stateline.
Owner Mike Laub says a CVS drug store will be the primary business, along with a Dotty's casino and a bar and restaurant called BrewJangles.
Dotty's has about 70 locations in the U.S., including two in Carson City. Laub says the one in Stateline will have slots on 6,500 square feet of the property. BrewJangles will feature fireplaces, more than 20 televisions, hand-tossed pizzas and 50 beers on tap.
He says he's still negotiating with other potential tenants.