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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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  • 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-...
  • 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...
  • Powerball ticket worth $2 million sold in Philadelphia

    Powerball ticket worth $2 million sold in Philadelphia
    MIDDLETOWN - One Powerball ticket worth $2 million was sold in Philadelphia for the Wednesday, March 18, drawing. The ticket matched all five white balls drawn, 14-25-30-33-47, but not the red Powerball 08, to win a prize of $2 million, less 25...
  • Quest For Lottery Jackpot Turned Away — Again

    Quest For Lottery Jackpot Turned Away — Again
    HARTFORD — The long-running case of Clarence Jackson, who has been fighting for 19 years to claim $5.8 million in lottery winnings, encountered another setback Tuesday when a legislative committee voted 13-12 to reject his case. Jackson held a...
  • Exclusive: Unclaimed Lottery Winner Loses Narrowly Again

    Exclusive: Unclaimed Lottery Winner Loses Narrowly Again
    The long-running case of Clarence Jackson suffered another blow Tuesday when a key legislative committee voted 13-12 to reject awarding him an unclaimed $5.8 million lottery prize. It has been a 19-year odyssey for Jackson, who held the winning ticket...
  • NJ may OK home delivery of lottery tickets

    NJ may OK home delivery of lottery tickets
    TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — Residents who want lottery tickets sent to their doorsteps could have them delivered under a bill moving in the Legislature. The Assembly Tourism, Gaming and Arts Committee approved a bill Monday that requires the Lottery...
  • Conversion charter schools too often overlooked in debate

    Conversion charter schools too often overlooked in debate
    In the few weeks since the release of the Abell Foundation's report on charter schools in Maryland, there has been a great deal of reaction, including in the editorial, op-ed and letter sections of this newspaper. Those of us happily working in the...
  • Did You Even Know Social Security Had A Death Master List?

    Did You Even Know Social Security Had A Death Master List?
    As you can well imagine I was feeling pretty good. I had just read where the Social Security Administration has been paying benefits to some 6.5 million people over the age of 111. Wow, who knew so many people were living this long? In fact,...
  • Morton Grove taste-tests cuisines, raises money for charity

    Hundreds of people came to try the fare of local restaurants when Taste of Morton Grove got underway March 5. While diners were busy tasting a wide variety of savory foods and desserts, buying raffle tickets and bidding on silent auction items, they...