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Lotteries

Lotteries
A collection of news and information related to Gaming and Lotteries published by Tribune Company sources. (Photo AP)
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  • Texas man charged in Iowa lottery case contests extradition

    A Texas businessman accused of helping a lottery security official to try to claim a rigged $14 million jackpot is out of jail while he fights extradition to Iowa.
  • Ocoee woman wins $500,000 on scratch-off lottery ticket

    Ocoee woman wins $500,000 on scratch-off lottery ticket
    A 58-year-old Ocoee woman recently won $500,000 on a scratch-off lottery ticket she bought for $5 from a gas station in Orlando. Rosalind Wood bought the Gold Rush ticket from the Murphy Express at 8600 W. Colonial Drive and recently claimed the top...

    Lottery Chief: Keno Players Tend To Be More Educated

    Lottery Chief: Keno Players Tend To Be More Educated
    Lawmakers clashed Wednesday over keno - the on-again, off-again gambling game that has been controversial at the legislature for years. The tax-writing finance committee conducted a public hearing on a measure to institute keno as a revenue raiser in...

    APNewsBreak: Jepsen says casino bill could prompt challenges

    Attorney General George Jepsen warned Connecticut legislative leaders Wednesday that a bill allowing the state's two federally recognized tribes to open jointly operated casinos could face legal challenges from other gambling entities who claim the...

    Lawmakers Clash Over Keno Gambling At Hearing

    Lawmakers Clash Over Keno Gambling At Hearing
    HARTFORD — Lawmakers clashed again Wednesday over keno, the on-again, off-again gambling game that has been debated at the legislature for years. The finance committee conducted the first public hearing on the issue this year, a step toward...