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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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  • Ohio group claims $1 million Powerball prize

    Members of a lottery pool at an Ohio manufacturing plant are splitting a $1 million Powerball prize. The state lottery agency reports that a pool of 19 people who work at Orbis Corp. in Urbana matched five numbers without the Powerball number in the Feb....
  • Broward woman imprisoned for taking Jamaican lottery fraud money

    Broward woman imprisoned for taking Jamaican lottery fraud money
    A Fort Lauderdale woman was sentenced to federal prison Friday for her role in a Jamaican lottery fraud. Shanice Ethridge, 24, was arrested in October and later pleaded guilty to one count of wire fraud conspiracy. U.S. District Judge William...
  • Hampton man wins $1 million lottery prize

    Hampton man wins $1 million lottery prize
    A Hampton man won big with a $1 million prize from a lottery scratcher game. Robert Jones, a truck owner and operator, played Virginia Lottery’s Right on the Money, according to a news release from lottery officials. Jones told them he was...
  • Elliott Rodger, a quiet, troubled loner, plotted rampage for months

    Elliott Rodger, a quiet, troubled loner, plotted rampage for months
    Elliot Rodger planned his deadly rampage in Isla Vista for nearly two years, stockpiling guns and ammunition and visiting local target ranges. He did Internet research on Nazis, terrorists and how to kill people silently. He made videos threatening to...
  • Danica Patrick to a backup car after wreck in practice

    Here are some things to know about what's going on at Daytona International Speedway, where drivers are preparing for Sunday's season-opening Daytona 500: EARLY WRECK: Danica Patrick and Denny Hamlin wrecked during Daytona 500 practice Wednesday....
  • Dale Earnhardt Jr.: No mourning for NASCAR's favorite son

    Dale Earnhardt Jr.: No mourning for NASCAR's favorite son
    DAYTONA BEACH — There were no tears for Dale Earnhardt Jr. on the 14th anniversary of his father's death. Junior is pragmatic dealing with a tragedy that has played out publicly, week to week, as he travels the same roads as his daddy in their...
  • Lottery tickets and cash taken from Elgin convenience store

    Lottery tickets and cash taken from Elgin convenience store
    About 2,520 scratch-off lottery tickets and $300 in cash was taken from a convenience store on the 200 block of McLean Boulevard in Elgin following an early-morning break in Saturday, Elgin police said. Elgin police dispatch was contacted by an alarm...
  • Lottery audit: Winners using dead people's IDs to collect

    TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — Forty-six New Jersey lottery winners from July 2013 to July 2014 used social security numbers of dead people to collect their winnings, according to an audit released Wednesday. The audit said that the use of dead people's...
  • Daytona Beach man among three, $1M winners in scratch-off game

    Daytona Beach man among three, $1M winners in scratch-off game
    Lawrence Summers is a big-time winner. Just check out his oversized check. The Daytona Beach man recently posed with it for a photo at Florida Lottery headquarters in Tallahassee. The jaw-dropping payout: $1,000,000. Summers, along with two...
  • Puerto Rico Powerball winner appears, but anonymously

    The winner of a Powerball ticket in Puerto Rico appeared a week after hitting the $564 million jackpot but has opted to remain anonymous, officials said Thursday. The person stopped by the Puerto Rico Lottery office with their ticket and has 60 days to...
  • Redistricting reform is in spotlight – and in bills

    Redistricting reform is in spotlight – and in bills
    Some state lawmakers are hopeful the stars are aligned for Maryland to change the way it draws its political districts — a process that has resulted in some of the most convoluted maps in America. Their hopes were bolstered recently when...