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  1. Crystal Lake man wins $250,000 Illinois Lottery jackpotRead the original story

    20 hrs ago | Northwest Herald

    Komperda, 47, stopped at The General Store on 1309 North Ave. in Crystal Lake after his wife asked him to stop and get noodles. Komperda decided to purchase a $5 instant lottery game ticket and left $250,000 richer.


  2. Gilbarco Linq3 Play at the Pump lotteryRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | CSP

    Missouri gas station and convenience store retailers including Rapid Robert's are adopting Play At The Pump, Gilbarco Veeder-Root and partner Linq3's technology solution that offers the opportunity for customers to buy lottery tickets directly from the gas pump. Play At The Pump is a software upgrade to Gilbarco's Passport point of sale and offers Passport retailers a new way to increase lottery sales and engage consumers.


  3. Why No One Can Succeed Overnight: The Case for Tech Giants As WellRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | International Business Times

    Is there really such a thing as overnight success? Is it real or is it just a myth? In extremely rare cases, overnight success may have happened but these occurrences are one in a million. It's just like winning the lottery.


  4. Bruins Scratch-Off Tickets Offer $50K Top PrizeRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago |

    The Boston Bruins have teamed up with the Massachusetts State Lottery to create Bruins-branded tickets that offer a total of $22 million in cash prizes. In preparation for the first home game of the upcoming season, the 2014 Boston Bruins Instant Tickets is giving away more than 3 million prizes ranging from $2 to $4,000 and ten 10 prizes of $50,000.


  5. Advocates demand supermarket remove lottery machinesRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Worcester Telegram & Gazette

    A public health group is calling on Star Market to remove lottery scratch ticket machines from its Massachusetts stores. Northeastern University's Public Health Advocacy Institute in a letter Tuesday morning said the supermarket chain has been illegally selling lottery tickets to minors.


  6. London lottery winner of $14M thought he had won $14GRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | The London Free Press

    ... winnings in Toronto this week and said he had been buying the tickets for two decades. A spokesperson with Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corp. said he arrived at the lottery winnings centre with family members. The 69-year-old retired man bought his ...


  7. He'll have his own show in no time! Now 'Apparently Kid' Noah...Read the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    He'll have his own show in no time! Now 'Apparently Kid' Noah Ritter has hilarious encounter walking with dinosaurs on Ellen The five-year-old from Pottstown, Pennsylvania became an internet sensation after appearing on a live TV interview in August following the Wayne County Fair in Pennsylvania. He was invited on the Ellen DeGeneres show where he proved such a hit, producers decided to send him on a VIP trip to Walking With Dinosaurs.


  8. Losers can be WinnersRead the original story

    23 hrs ago | Hoboken411

    No doubt about it - many people LOVE playing the New Jersey Lottery. Whether it's scratch-off tickets and daily numbers games that have "repeat customers," to the mad rush that happens when the Mega Millions or Powerball starts swelling into "fuck you money" territory, there's no shortage of lottery stores in Hoboken.


  9. Mega Millions jackpot at $105 million tonight; Classic Lotto top prize approaching $6...Read the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago |

    Ohio Lottery players have a shot at more than $160 million in jackpots over the next two nights in the lottery's three largest drawings. Since no one matched all the winning Mega Millions numbers Friday - the 10th straight drawing that has occurred, the jackpot for tonight's drawing is $105 million.


  10. Group demands Star Market remove lottery machines from Massachusetts storesRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Cape Cod Times

    Northeastern University's Public Health Advocacy Institute in a letter Tuesday morning said the supermarket chain has been illegally selling lottery tickets to minors. The institute says a 14-year old Massachusetts boy helping test how easy it is for minors to buy lottery scratch tickets recently purchased Mega Millions and "$500 Frenzy game tickets" from vending machines at Star Market stores in Cambridge and Somerville.


  11. PHAI Begins Legal Action against Star Markets Over Illegal Lottery Ticket Sales To MinorsRead the original story

    23 hrs ago | Public Health and Law

    The Public Health Advocacy Institute today sent a demand letter to the Star Markets supermarket chain, charging the company with violating the Massachusetts Consumer Protection Act by illegally selling lottery tickets to minors. The letter calls on Star Markets to remove lottery scratch ticket vending machines from its stores.


  12. Fantasy 5 winner in Fort MyersRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | WINK-TV Fort Myers

    Three "Fantasy 5" game players have selected all five winning numbers to win a jackpot worth $64,106.14 each. The Florida Lottery said Tuesday the winning tickets were purchased in Clearwater, Fort Myers and Miami.


  13. Concorde museum could be built by early 2017Read the original story

    Yesterday | Gazette Series

    The application for a new museum with the famous jet at its heart could be up and running by as early as spring 2017. A decision will be made on a A 4.4 million bid to the Heritage Lottery Fund in mid-November a decision which could considerably close the project's funding gap.


  14. Ontario man claims $14-million lottery jackpotRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday |

    ... the September 12th draw. "I was going about my regular routine. I often fill up gas on Saturdays and purchase my lottery tickets for the following week. Then I check my tickets once the draw happens." While the retired 69-year-old Lee sometimes ...


  15. Gallery: Praise for 'glorious' Music in Bloom Flower Festival 2014Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Stalbans Review

    ... lban, Britain's First Saint: Telling the Whole Story' - a A 7 million development project, supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund, which will reveal the unique place in British history of Alban and St Albans Cathedral.


  16. CAMS Waterfall Process Produces 20% Increase in Player Approvals for GameAccount, BetfairRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Market Wire

    ... player experience must be balanced with safety and security." CAMS is the leader in providing online gambling and lottery operators with payment connectivity, geolocation, and Know Your Customer (KYC) verification services. The CAMS waterfall ...


  17. Another lottery jackpot winner in San AntonioRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday |

    A week and 4.2 miles apart on the West Side, people purchased tickets that ended up winning the Texas Two Step jackpot. In Monday night's drawing, the ticket was bought at the Valero Corner Store at 7305 Culebra Road, according to the Texas Lottery Commission website.


  18. Baseball playoffs: My rooting-interest scale, your World Series fave. ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Miami Herald

    It's Radio Tuesday!: I'm back in-studio today with the Dan Le Batard Show, 3-7 on The Ticket Miami, 4-7 on ESPN Radio. Ears welcome.


  19. Irish winners anonymously claim a 86m EuroMillions jackpotRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Lottery Post

    Ireland's newest millionaires have claimed their 86.7 million winnings but will be keeping their identities a secret for now. The National Lottery has confirmed a syndicate from Dublin collected their EuroMillions fortune from its offices in Dublin city center yesterday.


  20. Connecticut Gaming Officials Warn About Fake 'Winning' Lottery Tickets ScamRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Darien Daily Voice

    A person in the Bridgeport and Norwalk areas is selling instant lottery tickets altered to appear to be winning tickets but that actually have no value, the Gaming Division of the Department of Consumer Protection is warning Connecticut consumers. "We have already received several complaints from victims who bought these tickets for between $500 and $2,000, believing that they could cash them in for the winning prize of $20,000," said Consumer Protection Commissioner William M. Rubenstein.