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Iowa Lottery promises to work harder to stop cheaters

Jun 28 2017
Iowa Lottery officials pledged Tuesday to tighten security of lottery tickets and bolster efforts to obtain restitution from persons convicted of lottery-related crimes.

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Illinois Lottery to again delay large payouts due to budget woes

Jun 27 2017
This week Illinois Lottery players face a triple-whammy: Not only will the popular Powerball and Mega Millions tickets be off the shelf, but also any big winners of any of the other draw or instant games will have to wait to collect their cash.

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Network of dummy online stores used to hide internet gambling payments

Jun 26 2017
A network of dummy online stores offering household goods has been used as a front for internet gambling payments, according to a recent investigation.

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Chicago woman wins $250K from her first-ever lottery ticket

Jun 26 2017
A Chicago woman won $250,000 from her first-ever lottery ticket, which she wasn't even planning to buy.

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Mississippi lottery panel visits neighboring states to garner information

Jun 25 2017
Trips to neighboring states to observe their lottery operations have shed light on the types of decisions that must be made should Mississippi opt to enact a lottery, two Northeast Mississippi legislators recently said.

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Michigan man wins second lottery jackpot in 18 months

Jun 23 2017
A Michigan man has won his second Michigan Lottery Fantasy 5 jackpot in 18 months.

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Lottery jackpot rigger's Iowa convictions dismissed

Jun 23 2017
The Iowa Supreme Court has dismissed the conviction of an Iowa man who just last week pleaded guilty in federal court to charges related with rigging lottery computers in order to win jackpots, but the dismissal has little practical impact on the case.

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Lottery vending machines in Kansas may depend on whether lawmakers show up Monday

Jun 22 2017
Your ability to buy lottery tickets from vending machines in Kansas may depend on how many lawmakers show up for the ceremonial last day of the session Monday.

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