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  • 10 things you might not know about the lottery

     10 things you might not know about the lottery
    Gov. Pat Quinn decided this month not to take any more chances with Northstar Lottery Group, the company that runs the Illinois Lottery, after it fell far short of promised revenue. Northstar's firing was one of several recent lottery-related news...
  • Lance Armstrong lives hassle-free -- but lawsuits still loom

    Lance Armstrong lives hassle-free -- but lawsuits still loom
    Armstrong living positive life but problems not overLONDON, Aug 19 () - Lance Armstrong is living an unbothered and positive life 18 months after confessing to using performance-enhancing drugs, the disgraced cyclist told CNN. A cancer survivor and...
  • Cycling-Armstrong living positive life but problems not over

    LONDON, Aug 19 (Reuters) - Lance Armstrong is living an unbothered and positive life 18 months after confessing to using performance-enhancing drugs, the disgraced cyclist told CNN. A cancer survivor and hero to millions, Armstrong was stripped of his...
  • Armstrong living positive life but problems not over

    LONDON (Reuters) - Lance Armstrong is living an unbothered and positive life 18 months after confessing to using performance-enhancing drugs, the disgraced cyclist told CNN. A cancer survivor and hero to millions, Armstrong was stripped of his seven Tour...
  • Slaughterhouse indicted for allegedly selling cancer-ridden beef

    Slaughterhouse indicted for allegedly selling cancer-ridden beef
    The co-owners of a Petaluma, Calif., slaughterhouse behind a massive beef recall were indicted by a federal grand jury along with two of their employees for knowingly distributing cattle with eye cancer and processing condemned carcasses. The...
  • Slaughterhouse owners indicted on charges of selling tainted beef

    The co-owners of a Petaluma, Calif., slaughterhouse behind a massive beef recall were indicted by a federal grand jury along with two of their employees on charges of knowingly distributing cattle with eye cancer and processing condemned carcasses....
  • Florida man admits to selling chemical agents ricin, abrin to people overseas

    Florida man admits to selling chemical agents ricin, abrin to people overseas
    A Florida man admitted to a federal judge on Tuesday that he produced and distributed deadly chemical agents overseas and conspired to kill with a woman in London who wanted to kill her mother.. Jesse W. Korff, 19, of LaBelle, a town near Ft. Myers,...
  • Steve Keesee: WWII veteran was a patriot, soldier to the end

     Steve Keesee: WWII veteran was a patriot, soldier to the end
    Ballard "Steve" Keesee of Eustis loved to tell stories about his World War II service, often with funny flair. "He said he got a free trip to Europe, paid for by the government," said his wife, Shirley. "He had a good sense of humor. He said, 'At the...
  • Send a free mini Oreo with a note through Friday

    Send a free mini Oreo with a note through Friday
    Send a free, tiny care package with a mini Oreo inside along with a personal note via U.S. mail to someone special. Oreo will deliver a tiny Oreo cookie with your personalized message to the first 500 per day who sign up starting at 9 a.m.  No...
  • Law firms investigate anonymous Bar complaints sent to 42 states

    Law firms investigate anonymous Bar complaints sent to 42 states
    Two local law firms are trying to figure out who sent dozens of accusatory letters to bar associations across the country about one, using the other's return address. Someone sent anonymous letters about Brownstone Law, a Winter Park-based appellate...
  • Marla Ridenour: Tie should go to Johnny Manziel in Browns' quarterback battle

    BEREA, Ohio A tie should go to Johnny Manziel. Brian Hoyer can win the Browns' starting quarterback job Monday night against the Washington Redskins in FedExField if he outperforms the first-round pick from Texas A&M, and I hope he does. But should the...