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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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  • Amid Sagebrush talks, LCUSD revises student transfer process

    Some students in La Cañada’s Sagebrush area whose parents work in the city will be allowed to attend school in the La Cañada Unified School District this fall, after officials agreed Thursday to change how they accept transfer applications. The...
  • Man claims winning Fantasy 5 lottery ticket at La Crescenta store

    Man claims winning Fantasy 5 lottery ticket at La Crescenta store
    When Adam Shahinian found out that his winning Fantasy 5 ticket was sold at the La Crescenta store where he purchases his lottery tickets each day, he jumped in his car and drove there rather than checking the numbers online from home. He asked the clerk...
  • Live lottery drawings to remain on WGN

    Live lottery drawings to remain on WGN
    The lottery lady is staying on WGN-Ch. 9, at least for another year.   After flirting with digital alternatives, the Illinois Lottery has agreed to a discounted one-year deal to keep the live drawings on the Tribune Co. station, its television home...
  • $1M Powerball ticket sold in Elkton

    $1M Powerball ticket sold in Elkton
    A second-tier winning lottery ticket, valued at $1 million, was sold in Cecil County prior to Saturday's drawing. The ticket was purchased at the Happy 40 Liquors at 600 E. Pulaski Hwy. in Elkton. The ticket was one of four secondary winners, where five...
  • Half brothers fight over million dollar lottery ticket

    Half brothers fight over million dollar lottery ticket
    CARLISLE, Pa., July 15 (Reuters) - Two estranged half brothers faced off on Tuesday in a Pennsylvania court in a fight over a winning million-dollar lottery ticket. Ira Sharp claims he gave his half brother Charles Meehan $20 to buy a Hot Million...
  • Commentary: Council rules are stifling public comment

    Residents are being silenced in Costa Mesa. People like James H. Bridges. Bridges is a kind gentleman who regularly attends our City Council meetings. Because of hearing loss and other disabilities, he sits in the front row, and it is easy for me to...
  • Purchase a lottery calendar in celebration of Moore Township's 250th anniversary

    Join in the fun of the Moore Township 250th Anniversary celebration by purchasing a fundraising lottery calendar. Calendars are $10 each and contain two chances to win per ticket, according to the Moore Township's website. Lotto drawings are held...
  • TV Review: 'The Lottery'

    Bringing together elements also found in CBS' "Extant" - life conception, science fiction and the threat of human extinction - Lifetime's "The Lottery" is more political thriller than anything else, a series that does little to establish its place or time...
  • Hit musical "Book of Mormon" opens in Philly

    "The Book of Mormon," the irreverent Tony-winning musical comedy from Trey Parker and Matt Stone, the creators of the "South Park" TV series, may be "vulgar and shocking" but it also leaves audiences with an unexpected uplifting message, says K.J....
  • Medical-pot growers could truck product to patients, new rule says

    Medical-pot growers could truck product to patients, new rule says
    TALLAHASSE — Florida marijuana dispensers could truck their product to patients, under a revised rule proposed by health regulators in advance of a workshop Friday about the state's legalization of a limited type of medical pot. Despite complaints...
  • 'The Lottery' gambles on a global fertility crisis

     'The Lottery' gambles on a global fertility crisis
    "The Lottery," a new series premiering Sunday on Lifetime, takes place in the near future — 2025, if you're counting — six years into a global sterility pandemic. (It's more of an omnidemic, actually — no one can get pregnant.) As in...