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A collection of news and information related to Gaming and Lotteries published by Tribune Company sources. (Photo AP)
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  • Illinois Lottery severs ties with private manager

    Illinois Lottery severs ties with private manager
    The split between the Illinois Lottery and its private manager, Northstar Lottery Group, is now official after three years of acrimony over lower-than-expected revenues. The termination agreement, signed Tuesday by Gov. Pat Quinn, comes a little more...
  • Why Pam Bondi's efforts to block gay marriage in Florida are better spent elsewhere

     Why Pam Bondi's efforts to block gay marriage in Florida are better spent elsewhere
    The U.S. Supreme Court is likely to strike down Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi's emergency appeal to block gay marriage. Bondi argues that same-sex marriage will "impose significant public harm" in her state, and wants the nation's top court to...
  • Maryland and other states suspend sales in new Monopoly Millionaires' Club game

    Maryland and other states suspend sales in new Monopoly Millionaires' Club game
    The Maryland Lottery said Monday it is suspending sales of a new, weekly, multi-state game — Monopoly Millionaires' Club — following the Dec. 26 drawing because sales have not met projections. The other 23 states involved in the game also...
  • Jesus, SeaWorld, and CIA: Letters

    What Jesus taught usĀ  On Sunday, a letter writer asked, "What would Jesus do if elected to serve in Congress?" ("How would Jesus vote?"). The writer posed questions regarding how Jesus would vote when deciding such issues as dismantling the Affordable...
  • Chesapeake, Virginia Beach residents take home million-dollar lottery prizes

    Chesapeake, Virginia Beach residents take home million-dollar lottery prizes
    A Chesapeake man and a Virginia Beach man have taken home millon-dollar prizes in Virginia Lottery scratcher games. Chesapeake resident Michael Worsham won the $2.5 million prize in the Right on the Money scratcher game — the game’s top...
  • Cubs' winning ticket: Lester-Montero battery

    The Sports Xchange MLB Team Report - Chicago Cubs - INSIDE PITCH Since winning the 1908 World Series, the Chicago Cubs have enjoyed few days better than Dec. 9, 2014. First, the on-the-rise club acquired veteran catcher Miguel Montero from the...
  • WGN America dropping Illinois Lottery drawings

    WGN America dropping Illinois Lottery drawings
    Illinois Lottery drawings are going dark on national cable channel WGN America beginning Monday, lottery officials said late Friday. The drawings will continue to air on WGN-Ch. 9's midday and evening newscasts but will no longer be seen on WGN America,...
  • Pat Quinn's parting gifts

    Pat Quinn's parting gifts
    If the old Pat Quinn were around, he would be booking a hotel conference room for a Sunday morning press conference to scream about the shenanigans of a lame-duck governor. That Quinn would roast the lame-duck governor for sliding his former campaign...
  • Orlando Fringe Festival now has its artists lined up for May

    Orlando Fringe Festival now has its artists lined up for May
    Normally a lottery means a big financial payout to one lucky winner, but that’s not quite how it played out last week at Fringe. The lottery held at the Orlando Shakespeare Center had a very long list of winners – quite a few, in fact...
  • Cubs' Jon Lester signing gets everyone's attention at winter meetings

    Cubs' Jon Lester signing gets everyone's attention at winter meetings
    SAN DIEGO — When I approached Jon Lester at the All-Star Game in Minneapolis five months ago and asked him about the possibility of coming to the Cubs as a free agent, he raised his eyebrows and shouted out for help. "I got my first destination...
  • Health coverage, kitsch, and lottery: Letters

    Health coverage, kitsch, and lottery: Letters
    Expand health coverage Regarding the article "Hospitals launch campaign for ACA" in Wednesday's Sentinel, I applaud Florida Hospital and Orlando Health for proactively working to serve the nearly half-million residents who remain uninsured in Central...