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A recent blog entry may have offered a clue about why the Corbett administration's wants someone else to administer the Pennsylvania Lottery. "And while Lottery growth has been strong," it said, "it will not keep up with the demands of the state's...
The Indiana State Lottery Commission has begun accepting bids from private companies interested in taking over some of its operations. The commission expects to reach a decision by November 1. Lottery officials said the goal of privatizing is to improve...
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The State Lottery Commission announced Wednesday that they are looking for outside help to improve the Hoosier Lottery. They're now taking bids from private firms to help them increase the commission's revenue. The move comes less than a year after...
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A former Indianapolis Public Schools educator who won $1 million from a scratch-off ticket said the lottery will not change him. Gerald Ladd, who is a retired IPS education coordinator, became a winner after purchasing a “Lucky Millionaire”...
The Hartford CourantBaby boomers have never been shy, and as we are now finding out, they aren't retiring, either. This year, leading-edge boomers are turning 66, the age at which one can claim full Social Security benefits, but many of those eligible are continuing to...
Monday was a whirlwind for Nancy Millspaugh of Marion. After lunch, Millspaugh's day took a turn she never saw coming. When she stopped for something cold to drink at Circle K at 901 East Bradford Street, she never imagined that by dinner time she would...
Ken Williams was smiling Sunday afternoon. The White Sox general manager seemed revved up, if not totally revived, by the Kevin Youkilis trade. Maybe it was just the idea of making a deal after spending weeks crying poor attendance. Deals, after all, are...
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It's a sure sign someone is losing when he demands that the rules be changed. That might explain the renewed interest in making voting mandatory. Peter Orszag, President Obama's former budget director and now a vice chairman at Citigroup, recently...
By now, most of you have probably come to accept that you didn't win a $500 million lottery jackpot. It was fun to dream, though. To cheer you up, we have a great tip that can come in handy if you're ever in a fender bender. We hate to break it to you,...
Would you rather have $1 to spend, or $1.49 billion? For winners in three states, all it took was a dollar to cash in and reap the rewards of Friday's record-setting Mega Millions jackpot. By picking the same winning numbers -- 2, 4, 23, 38, 46 with a...
An Indianapolis man who won $1 million from a Hoosier Lottery scratch-off ticket said he plans to use his winnings to attend college. Nicholas Dipatrizio, 20, is a Florida native and currently works in Indianapolis as a construction worker. "It's...
Before we get to the Friday Files, I have some important news: I just refinanced my house — and got 2.85 percent on a 15-year loan. Why am I telling you that? Partly just because it's awesome. (I mean, come on — 2.85 percent?! It's like my...
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