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Lotteries

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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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  • Feel-good tale: Easton man wins $7 million from lottery ticket in get-well card

    Feel-good tale: Easton man wins $7 million from lottery ticket in get-well card
    NEW CITY, N.Y. — An Easton man recovering from surgery has won $7 million off a lottery ticket tucked into his get-well card. Joseph Amorese got the ticket from his father, who lives in the hamlet of Congers in Rockland County, New York. Amorese...
  • Lottery gift and a new playhouse: Chicago theater talks about money

    Lottery gift and a new playhouse: Chicago theater talks about money
    In the Chicago theater, a paucity of financial resources is often a point of pride, even part of the town's aesthetic. But it's also a reason to complain. In the minds of some theater artists, the situation in arts funding mirrors the growing inequalities...
  • Feel-good tale: Man gets $7M lottery ticket in get-well card

    Feel-good tale: Man gets $7M lottery ticket in get-well card
    A Pennsylvania man recovering from surgery has won $7 million off a lottery ticket tucked into his get-well card. Joseph Amorese, of Easton, got the ticket from his father, who lives in the hamlet of Congers in Rockland County, New York. Amorese had...
  • Virginia Beach man wins $1 million lottery prize

    Virginia Beach man wins $1 million lottery prize
    A Virginia Beach electrician told state lottery officials that he was “shocked” when he learned he’d won a $1 million cash prize. Richard Hawkes, who won the prize from the Virginia Lottery’s Casino Cash scratcher game, opted...
  • Greg Cote: Midnight comes early for Cinderella in March Madness

    This is the break at the midpoint of the annual American basketball bacchanalia March Madness, the pause that allows your brackets to breathe always assuming your brackets have any life left and have not been ripped to confetti in frustration by now. The...
  • Deputies: Man hurt after robbery attempt at Food Lotto

    Deputies: Man hurt after robbery attempt at Food Lotto
    Orange County deputies are searching for the four people who beat up a man and fired shots into his vehicle during a robbery attempt Sunday at a Food Lotto near the Mall at Millenia. The victim, who hasn't been identified, was treated at the scene by...
  • Waukegan Housing Authority accepting applications for Section 8 waiting list

    The Waukegan Housing Authority will be accepting applications for its Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher program Waiting List beginning at 12:01 a.m. (CST) Thursday, March 26. Applications will be available to those interested in applying for the...
  • Powerball jackpot winner pays for Steppenwolf and Goodman plays

    Powerball jackpot winner pays for Steppenwolf and Goodman plays
    NEW YORK - Last June, a man named Roy Cockrum walked into a Kroger supermarket to buy a Powerball ticket. He won the largest lottery jackpot in the history of Tennessee: $259 million, which he took in the form of a lump-sum, after-taxes payment of $115...
  • Heat remain on home roll, rout Nuggets 108-91

    Heat remain on home roll, rout Nuggets 108-91
    This was a trap game, as much as you can have a trap game against an opponent not exactly prioritizing winning. Coming off compelling home victories this week over the Cleveland Cavaliers and Portland Trail Blazers, the Heat fell into an early 10-...
  • House approves Twin River hotel in bid to retain revenues

    The Rhode Island House of Representatives unanimously approved a bill Thursday that would allow Twin River Casino in Lincoln to build a hotel on its premises, a move that officials and lawmakers say is necessary as an impending "casino arms race" heats up...
  • L.A. County Fire Department workers could be fired in cheating scandal

    L.A. County Fire Department workers could be fired in cheating scandal
    A number of Los Angeles County Fire Department employees could lose their jobs or face lesser punishment as part of a crackdown on cheating in the agency's hiring process, Fire Chief Daryl Osby said Wednesday. Osby declined to disclose the precise count...