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Lotteries

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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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  • Tribes warn Connecticut could lose 18,000 casino, other jobs

    The leaders of Connecticut's two federally recognized Indian tribes made a united pitch Tuesday to open at least one, jointly-owned casino, warning lawmakers the state could lose 18,000 jobs once a casino in neighboring Springfield, Massachusetts opens in...
  • NJ may OK home delivery of lottery tickets

    NJ may OK home delivery of lottery tickets
    TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — Residents who want lottery tickets sent to their doorsteps could have them delivered under a bill moving in the Legislature. The Assembly Tourism, Gaming and Arts Committee approved a bill Monday that requires the Lottery...
  • All In All Gone

    All In All Gone
    Why don’t we just build a wall around Connecticut and charge people to enter and exit from every road that crosses the border? Or, better yet, a moat, yes, build a moat around our little corner of paradise and use boats like the Connecticut River...
  • Panel lowers official Delaware revenue forecast

    The panel that sets Delaware's official revenue forecast made life a little harder for legislative budget writers Monday, shaving tens of millions of dollar off their prior estimates. Meeting for the first time since Democratic Gov. Jack Markell unveiled...
  • Morton Grove taste-tests cuisines, raises money for charity

    Hundreds of people came to try the fare of local restaurants when Taste of Morton Grove got underway March 5. While diners were busy tasting a wide variety of savory foods and desserts, buying raffle tickets and bidding on silent auction items, they...
  • Gambling in Idaho: A look at how we got here

    Nearly 125 years ago, Idaho's Constitution was short and sweet on the subject of gambling: There'd be no "lottery or gift enterprise." Today, Idaho residents looking for a place to lose or win a quick buck need only to stop by the nearest gas station,...
  • Winning ticket for $136M Powerball jackpot sold in NYC

    New York state lottery officials say the jackpot-winning ticket for last Saturday's $136 million Powerball drawing was sold in New York City. Lottery officials announced Monday that they confirmed the ticket was purchased at the 7-Eleven at 15 Page Ave....
  • District 204 to host STEM meeting, repair leaks

    District 204 to host STEM meeting, repair leaks
    STEM school meeting set Indian Prairie School District 204 will host an informational meeting for parents of second-grade students who are interested in enrolling their children in the John C. Dunham STEM Partnership School in Aurora. The meeting is...
  • Taxing millionaires to fund our schools

    Taxing millionaires to fund our schools
    Tax the millionaires to help schoolchildren. Who can argue with such a great idea? It's almost as good as selling lottery tickets to suckers to fund the public schools. You would think if anything would bring people together, it would be the concept...
  • $1-million Powerball ticket lost: 'I would probably punch somebody'

    $1-million Powerball ticket lost: 'I would probably punch somebody'
    A man who purchased a winning $1-million Powerball ticket kissed his fortune goodbye as the deadline to claim the prize passed Thursday. Why didn’t he claim the prize? He lost the ticket. But he did win a lot of sympathy. “He’s a...
  • Public schools see windfall after $1-million lotto prize goes unclaimed

    Public schools see windfall after $1-million lotto prize goes unclaimed
    California public schools just won the lottery -- sort of. The Powerball winner seen above failed to claim his $1-million prize by 5 p.m. Thursday, officials said. The winner purchased the Powerball ticket at Rosemead Supermarket in the 8800 block...