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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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  • 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...
  • Orioles announce two options for fans to purchase ALDS tickets

    Orioles announce two options for fans to purchase ALDS tickets
    The Orioles announced two options Wednesday for fans to purchase American League Division Series tickets, and both options are available only online. In order to guarantee the chance to purchase postseason tickets, Orioles fans can place a minimum...
  • $24K Fantasy 5 ticket sold in Boca expires Saturday

    $24K Fantasy 5 ticket sold in Boca expires Saturday
     A Fantasy 5 winning ticket worth $24,978.42 sold in Boca Raton is about to go to waste. No one has claimed the prize, and the ticket expires at midnight Saturday.  Lottery records show the ticket was sold at Publix, located at 3003 Yamato Road, Suite...
  • Southern Lehigh eyes Spanish immersion lottery

    Southern Lehigh eyes Spanish immersion lottery
    For years, sign-ups for Southern Lehigh's Spanish Immersion Program have regularly included adults camping out all night in front of the school, parents racing each other to front doors, and police prowling the school grounds looking for disorderly moms...
  • Maryland might drop option of lifetime casino ban

    Maryland might drop option of lifetime casino ban
    Problem gamblers would no longer be able to ban themselves from Maryland casinos for life under a change being considered to a state program designed to protect hundreds of gamblers from themselves. The Maryland State Lottery and Gaming Control Agency...
  • This time pick Illinois lottery firm in the open

    This time pick Illinois lottery firm in the open
    Illinois made news in 2010 when it became the first state in the country to allow a private firm to manage its lottery operations. That experiment, however, is headed for a do-over. On Aug. 15, Gov. Pat Quinn canceled the state's contract with Northstar...
  • Toronto 2014: The crazy and sane with Kristen Wiig in 'Welcome To Me'

    Toronto 2014: The crazy and sane with Kristen Wiig in 'Welcome To Me'
    It’s tempting to call the new movie “Welcome To Me” more funny odd than funny ha-ha, but to say so also undersells that it is genuinely funny too, while also warm and strange and daring. Directed by Shira Piven, written by Eliot Laurence...
  • Corrections and clarifications for Monday, Sept. 1, 2014

    A story Saturday about food safety violations at a Shanghai processing plant owned by a subsidiary of Aurora-based OSI Group incorrectly attributed some information to OSI instead of a Shanghai law enforcement website, which said the six employees were...
  • Voting for dollars: It's not nutty, it's the latest idea to boost turnout in L.A. elections

    Voting for dollars: It's not nutty, it's the latest idea to boost turnout in L.A. elections
    Here's Nathan Hochman's get-out-the-vote message: Fill in a ballot and you could win thousands! In a city where nearly 80% of the electorate chose not to vote in the last mayoral election, does he have your attention? Hochman, the head of the Los...
  • California to hike film tax credits

    California to hike film tax credits
    It's been a slow summer at the box office, but Hollywood got a genuine blockbuster Wednesday — a $330-million deal that will help subsidize film and TV production in California for the next five years. In a last-minute compromise reached...
  • California Boost: Will Tripling Tax Credits Work?

    The news that California will more than triple the size of its tax credit program for movie and TV production was met with words of praise from crew members and studio reps, and pledges of new jobs from politicians. Will it make sure Hollywood stays in...