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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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  • Online gambling and state lotteries should be left up to the states � not Congress

    WASHINGTON From public education to increasing economic development to promoting health and public wellness to funding programs for veterans and senior citizens, state lotteries across the country have contributed billions of dollars to make our states...
  • Nobody asked me (about casinos or Ray Rice), but . . .

    Nobody asked me (about casinos or Ray Rice), but . . .
    Nobody asked me, but … the fans who gave Ray Rice a standing ovation before Thursday's preseason game apparently have not read the Ravens' fan behavior policy — specifically, the part that says: "Fans help shape the Ravens' image." They...
  • Commentary: This is what we meant by 'cronyism' in ballot argument

    In his commentary, "Proposed ballot argument falsely claims 'cronyism,'" Planning Commissioner Tim Sesler argues that a sentence in the ballot argument against the proposed city charter inaccurately uses the term "cronies" to describe the Costa Mesa...
  • $2 million PowerBall ticket sold in Laurel

    $2 million PowerBall ticket sold in Laurel
    A Powerball lottery ticket worth $2 million was sold at a liquor store in Laurel, according to state lottery officials. A ticket sold at Laurel Lakes Liquors on Baltimore Avenue qualified for a second-tier $1 million prize. Whoever bought it purchased...
  • Clean up, calm Monday morning after violent night in Missouri

    FERGUSON, Mo. A calmer dawn broke Monday morning after a night of protest and looting in Ferguson left broken glass and at least one burned-out building. Officer Brian Schellman of the St. Louis County police said two officers were injured overnight...
  • Ticked off! @humans, lottery

    I'm ticked off at those who think trains are so "19th century." Have they never traveled to countries where bullet trains go 170 mph, and are so dependable that a person can change from one train to another with only a four-minute overlap, and where there...
  • A case for malpractice reform

    The medical malpractice process was designed to allow fair and just compensation when a patient is harmed through negligent health care; it is an important part of our health care system. Ideally, it would function smoothly, bringing prompt justice to...
  • California Awards $2.87 Million Credit to BET Series 'The Start Up' -- If it Moves from Atlanta (EXCLUSIVE)

    The California Film Commission has awarded a $2.87 million tax credit to the BET series "The Start Up" for $11.5 million in production costs -- if it moves to the Golden State from Atlanta for its second season. "The Start Up," which has not yet aired,...
  • Game machine business loses round in rules fight

    Game machine business loses round in rules fight
    Representatives of Maryland's game machine businesses lost a round in their fight against proposed state regulations they say could cripple the industry. Sen. Paul G. Pinsky, co-chairman of the Joint Committee on Administrative, Legislative and Executive...
  • GAMBLING

    GAMBLING
    Lottery ticket giveaway: Instead of a hat or a T-shirt, Gulfstream Park Racing and Casino in Hallandale Beach is giving away something that could be worth much more — or much less. On Wednesdays in August, the casino is offering lottery tickets to...
  • Billy Gardell to host 'Monopoly Millionaires' Club'

    Billy Gardell to host 'Monopoly Millionaires' Club'
    "Mike & Molly" star Billy Gardell will host a syndicated game show called "Monopoly Millionaires' Club," based on the Monopoly brand, Scientific Games Corp. announced Wednesday. Gardell, a Winter Park High School grad, will host the one-hour, weekly...