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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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  • Winning $1 million lottery ticket purchased in Niles

    One of 2015's first $1 million winners of the Illinois Lottery bought the ticket in Niles. As of Jan. 6, the winner had not shown up to claim the prize, officials said. According to the lottery spokesman Mike Lang, the winner has one year to claim it...
  • Blast starts fast, beats Silver Knights, 12-4

    Blast starts fast, beats Silver Knights, 12-4
    Pro soccer Blast starts fast, beats Silver Knights, 12-4 The visiting Blast scored five goals in the first quarter and used a strong defensive effort to beat the Syracuse Silver Knights, 12-4, on Friday night and remain undefeated in the Major Arena...
  • $100,000 winning lottery ticket sold in Newport News

    NEWPORT NEWS – A person who purchased his or her $100,000 Cash 5 ticket from Luckies convenience store at 6210 Chestnut Ave., in Newport News has won the lottery, said Virginia Lottery spokesman John Hagerty. The winner has 180 days from Saturday&...
  • Election ballot placement decided by lottery

    Election ballot placement decided by lottery
    The ballot positions for Buffalo Grove village president and the Village Board candidatesĀ have been set after a lottery was held Dec. 29. In the village president race, Beverly Sussman will be listed above Jeff Braiman. Six men are running for three...
  • Spaniards celebrate 'El Gordo' victories in world's biggest lottery

    Spaniards celebrate 'El Gordo' victories in world's biggest lottery
    Thousands of Spaniards including humble restaurant workers and care home residents celebrated wins in the world's biggest lottery draw on Monday, scooping up shares in over 2.2 billion euros ($2.7 billion) in prizes doled out across the country. El...
  • Freshman lawmaker from Inland Empire gets crash course on Congress

    The newly elected member of Congress arrived in the nation's capital after a red-eye flight from LAX in a government-assigned cheap seat next to the bathroom. Sleep-deprived, Norma J. Torres busied herself during the taxi ride downtown by answering...
  • Dream car wish list: LaFever dreams

    Dream car wish list: LaFever dreams
    On the seventh day of Tribune Autos dream car wish list, we introduce the heavy, Mike Kellams, associate managing editor/business. Kellams knows what he wants in a car and it better have unparalleled power. What is your dream car? Ferrari LaFerrariĀ ...
  • Glenview resident feels 'like Santa Claus' after winning $4 million

    Glenview resident feels 'like Santa Claus' after winning $4 million
    Glenview resident Rosalyn Aranda is another Illinois Lottery millionaire. On Dec. 18, she was given an oversized check for $4 million at Citgo Food Shop, 1533 North Waukegan Road, Glenview, where a friend had earlier purchased the winning ticket for...
  • Chicago Tribune staff compile a wish list of dream cars

     Chicago Tribune staff compile a wish list of dream cars
    Just in time for Listmas season, we gathered some car-loving Tribune staffers to compile their dream car wish list. Several Tribuneers have ditched car ownership outright in favor of car-sharing services, and some of us drive Subaru Foresters, Nissan...
  • Poor sales sink Monopoly Millionaires' Club lottery

    Poor sales sink Monopoly Millionaires' Club lottery
    The first new multistate lottery game in a dozen years offered three ways to win, touted a $25 million jackpot and attempted to capitalize on the popularity of the Monopoly board game brand. After 10 drawings, it's game over. The Monopoly...
  • First winner of big Illinois Lotto jackpot didn't let riches change him

    First winner of big Illinois Lotto jackpot didn't let riches change him
    Mike Wittkowski is no longer famous, and he's just fine with that. In 1984, he was a 28-year-old North Side bachelor dreaming of hitting it big — just like everybody else — in a relatively new Illinois Lotto game that was building to a $40...