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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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  • Not breaking news: Bruce Rauner is wealthy

    Not breaking news: Bruce Rauner is wealthy
    Let's get one thing straight: Bruce Rauner is really rich. His income tax returns show he earned $108 million between 2010 and 2012. That's a lot of coin. We know about Rauner's $18 wristwatch and his 20-year-old camper van, but let's assume he owns...
  • L.A. Mayor Expects Incentives Bill to Provide Around $400 Million Per Year for Movies and TV

    Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti said that he expects the authors of film and TV tax credit legislation to insert a figure "that is north of $400 million" per year, an amount that would put the state about on par with New York. "It will be close to $400...
  • Sun's Disappointing Season Ends With 29-Point Win

    Sun's Disappointing Season Ends With 29-Point Win
    UNCASVILLE — Time ran out on the Connecticut Sun's season long before the clock did on Sunday's regular season finale at the Mohegan Sun Arena against the Atlanta Dream. The Sun's 84-55 win over the Eastern Conference champions was fancy window...
  • Unclaimed $700,000 lottery ticket sold in Homer Glen

    Unclaimed $700,000 lottery ticket sold in Homer Glen
    The winning ticket for Wednesday's Lucky Day Lotto drawing was sold at a Homer Glen gas station, but so far no one has stepped forward to claim the $700,000 prize. The winner successfully matched all five numbers — 04-13-14-27-29 — on a...
  • Panel wants L.A. to look at using prizes to boost voter turnout

    Panel wants L.A. to look at using prizes to boost voter turnout
    Alarmed that fewer than one-fourth of voters are showing up for municipal elections, the Los Angeles Ethics Commission voted Thursday to recommend that the City Council look at using cash prizes to lure a greater number of people to the polls. On a 3-...
  • $1,000 slot monthly slot play at Isle

    $1,000 slot monthly slot play at Isle
    There's nothing like having a consistent flow of cash to spend at the casino, and the Isle Casino and Racing has a plan. At 10 p.m. each Saturday in August, the casino gives one person $1,000 in free slot play every month for a year. Preliminary...
  • Quinn dismisses lottery management firm

    Quinn dismisses lottery management firm
    Gov. Pat Quinn has fired the private company that runs the Illinois Lottery after it fell nearly a half-billion dollars short of revenues it promised to raise for the state during the first three years of its 10-year contract.   It’s not clear...
  • Reader feedback Aug. 15: Foreign policy, same-sex marriage, Suffolk man wins $125,000

    Obama's foreign policy questioned As the United States ramps up its intervention in Iraq, the Daily Press Editorial Board raised questions about the cohesion and philosophy governing President Barack Obama's approach to foreign policy. Rainy Gutters:...
  • Lake Worth man claims $1M scratch-off win

    Lake Worth man claims $1M scratch-off win
    David Schneider, 44, of Lake Worth, claimed a $1 million prize in the 100X The Cash Scratch-Off game at Florida Lottery headquarters in Tallahassee Wednesday. “This money couldn’t have come at a better time” Schneider told lottery...
  • Jackpot rises to $160 million for Mega Millions

    Jackpot rises to $160 million for Mega Millions
    The mega-jackpot keeps rising. The jackpot for this week's Mega Millions game has jumped to $160 million. The drawing is Tuesday. The big prize is the result of a series of rollovers since July 1, including the most recent one on Friday. Tickets...
  • How to keep Hollywood in Hollywood

    How to keep Hollywood in Hollywood
    Faced with a crisis of "runaway production" that is threatening one of Los Angeles' signature industries, California lawmakers are poised to quadruple the amount of money available to help persuade film and television productions to remain in the state....