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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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  • Orioles tickets for ALDS already scarce

    Orioles tickets for ALDS already scarce
    Jennifer Regester knew she was coming no matter what. Shortly after the Orioles clinched a spot in the American League Division Series, she bought plane tickets to Baltimore for her and her 18-year-old daughter, Taylor Twofeathers — from their...
  • Three Coral Springs residents charged in illegal lottery case

    Three Coral Springs residents charged in illegal lottery case
    Luck ran out for three people accused of buying and selling illegal lottery tickets at a Coral Springs business, police say. Dieumercy Estiverne, Jovil Celestin, 56, and Denise Paul, 35, all of Coral Springs, were arrested Thursday after Coral Springs...
  • Fox gives Broncos heartfelt talk at bye

    The Sports Xchange NFL Team Report - Denver Broncos - INSIDE SLANT Denver Broncos head coach John Fox had to change his parting words at the bye this year. In his previous 12 seasons as an NFL head coach, his advice was some variation on the...
  • DCP: Instant Lottery Ticket Scam In Bridgeport, Norwalk Area

        Doctored instant lottery tickets are being sold  in the southwestern part of the state, with victims paying up to $2,000 for what they think are winning tickets, says the state Department of Consumer Protectio. From DCP:     The Gaming...
  • Old badge gets new life for firefighting family

    Old badge gets new life for firefighting family
    Ryan Franzen always knew he'd become a Chicago firefighter. His father, Jim Franzen, was a Chicago firefighter. And his grandfather Richard Franzen died in the line of duty. "He was hurt after a fire in Englewood. He was holding on to the truck and...
  • Blotter: Cashier tricked out of $20 in Downers Grove

    Blotter: Cashier tricked out of $20 in Downers Grove
    The following items were taken from police reports: A customer stole $20 from the Dunkin' Donuts on Ogden Avenue Sept. 11 after he asked for his money back, claimed he wasn't given the proper change and tricked the cashier into giving him an...
  • State investigating LAFD hiring after white applicant alleges bias

    State investigating LAFD hiring after white applicant alleges bias
    State officials are investigating recent changes made to the Los Angeles Fire Department’s hiring process after a complaint from a white male applicant who says he was unfairly passed over. In July, city officials introduced a lottery system to...
  • Orlando City wins draw, Lions to pick first in MLS expansion draft and SuperDraft

    Orlando City wins draw, Lions to pick first in MLS expansion draft and SuperDraft
    Orlando City will pick first in the Major League Soccer expansion draft on December 10 after winning a draw against fellow expansion side NYCFC. "Well we think we’ve got some really young players," Orlando City coach Adrian Heath said. "What we...
  • Sideline Chatter: About 100,000 reasons to hate the Eagles

    Think the Colts felt bad about blowing a two-touchdown lead in the second half? Imagine the man who picked 15 straight NFL winners on a $5 bet in the Delaware Sports Lottery last weekend only to see his $100,000 windfall evaporate Monday night when the...
  • Cavaliers announce monthly lottery to purchase single-game tickets

    The Cavaliers are instituting a monthly lottery to try and fairly meet the incredible demands for single-game tickets, the team announced on Friday. Fans can enroll at cavs.com beginning Sept. 26 for the chance to purchase tickets. A drawing for...
  • In Southern Lehigh, another option emerges for Spanish Immersion Program

    In Southern Lehigh, another option emerges for Spanish Immersion Program
    The Southern Lehigh School Board has come up with an option for registering children in its Spanish-Immersion Program. Under the an idea suggested by Vice President William Lycett, registration would take place online, with parents completing multiple...