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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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  • $400 million jackpot up for grabs in tonight's Mega Millions game

    $400 million jackpot up for grabs in tonight's Mega Millions game
    Still feeling green from St. Patty's Day fun last night? Well, here's a way to find yourself rolling in the green — and we're not talking shamrocks. We're talking cold-hard cash. Check out tonight's prize for the multi-state Mega Million...
  • Virginia man cleans out wallet, finds lottery ticket worth $1 million

    Virginia man cleans out wallet, finds lottery ticket worth $1 million
    When Robert Manning started cleaning out his wallet because it was getting too fat, he had no idea he would find $1 million stuffed inside. Or at least a Virginia Lottery ticket guaranteeing him that fortune. The 51-year-old from Springfield, Va., had...
  • Mega Millions jackpot hits $400 million to become third largest

    Mega Millions jackpot hits $400 million to become third largest
    Lottery fever has again hit the Southland as the Mega Millions jackpot is estimated to be $400 million for Tuesday night's drawing, the third largest prize in the game's history. The only two larger jackpots were a $648-million prize in December and a...
  • Sunrise man collects $12M Lotto win

    Sunrise man collects $12M Lotto win
    A Sunrise man claimed a $12 million Florida Lotto jackpot in Tallahassee Tuesday, the first Lotto win in Broward or Palm Beach county since a Davie woman won in September 2012. Delroy Reid, 49, stepped forward on behalf of the Rolgini Revocable Trust....
  • Mega Millions jackpot up to $400 million

    Mega Millions jackpot up to $400 million
    March Madness doesn't just apply to basketball this week. With a jackpot of at least $400 million, Tuesday night's Mega Millions drawing is likely to prompt a frenzy of lotto players hoping to strike it rich. The lottery climbed to its third biggest...
  • Expansion of California Tax Incentives Clears First Assembly Committee

    Legislation to expand California's tax incentives for movie and TV production moved forward on Tuesday, as the state assembly arts and entertainment committee unanimously gave their approval to the bill that would, among other things, make big budget...
  • Let the CPS March madness begin!

    Let the CPS March madness begin!
    Chicago parents who applied to magnet or selective public schools for 2014-15 have either begun celebrating admission or calculating their odds of later acceptance. Chicago Public Schools sent notification letters for magnet school admissions (and for...
  • Pistons end road losing streak with rare win in Utah

    SALT LAKE CITY No matter the name of the arena, road games at Utah have been a house of horrors. It ended Monday night. The Pistons took a 20-point halftime lead and cruised to a114-94 victory over the Jazz. Andre Drummond was dominant with 19 points...
  • Sweepstakes scam is one of many consumer frauds out to get you

    When he opened the letter, retiree James Thomas certainly wanted it to be true. In black and white, the congratulatory letter stated that he was one of "five lucky" winners in a Publisher's Clearing House Sweepstakes Association lottery drawing. His...
  • $1 million lottery ticket sold in Glen Burnie

    Millions of dollars in winning Mega Millions tickets remain unclaimed while a $1 million ticket in Saturday's Powerball drawing was sold in Glen Burnie, a state Lottery spokeswoman said. While no one matched all numbers needed to hit the Powerball, a...
  • Loss to Stanford is abrupt end for Wiggins and rest of Kansas freshman class

    ST. LOUIS All across the locker room, amid the stillness and the sadness, the Kansas Jayhawks' freshmen sat in near silence. Andrew Wiggins, a speck of blood near his heart, spoke softly. Wayne Selden slumped against the wall. Joel Embiid sat on a bench...